Elsewhere, Audrina has her date with Derek. They flirt and reminisce about old friends, which inevitably inspires conversation about JB. They have the same conversation they had last time about whether JB knows they're on a date. She brings it up. Desperate. Pathetic. Transparent. Derek says he called JB to let him know but hasn't received a call back. He says facetiously that sometimes JB goes MIA for a while. Audrina snarks back, "Really? I don't remember him ever doing that," and says Kristin's in for a surprise. Sign #2 your relationship is doomed: Conversation quickly devolves into a discussion of your ex and his new trick. Derek asks if Audrina is over JB. Her response is about as enthusiastic as Kristin's to JB just a minute ago, and then she takes a big swig of her drink. This is going nowhere fast, Derek. Jump ship while you still can.
Back at Kristin's house, JB formally apologizes for bailing on Brody's party. Kristin accepts. She says she's never had a guy cook for her before. He says he's never cooked for anyone before. (And thank God for that!) They talk about telling their respective parents about each other as a means of broaching how serious they want the relationship to be. Kristin says she's not looking for a boyfriend. JB says he has his doubts, too. I have mine, too. Get tested, kids! Apropos of that, Kristin says she's getting a bit tired, then licks her lips seductively. They raise their eyebrows at each other a couple of times. It's supposed to be flirtatious, but it reads more "I'm going to kill you in your sleep and eat your brains for breakfast" (JB) and "I'm bored to tears, where's my paycheck?" (Kristin).They head inside to jiggle the beds some and call it a night.
The next day, Holly heads to meet Heidi Finnigan and Spencer VanVonderen for her ambush. At least they chose a Mexican restaurant so she can excuse herself to the bathroom and swill margaritas while they're not looking. That'll smooth out the rough edges tremendously. Holly walks in just as Spencer revs them both up by saying Holly's probably late because she's hung over.
Just as I predicted, Holly orders a margarita before the waiter can even say boo. Spencer says his Patron-drinking days are over. Heidi brings up Holly's booze-fueled high jinks at the Bolthouse event. Holly says she's been known to take a tipple on special occasions, but it was no big deal. Heidi claims she was scary. Oh honey, if you want to see scary dancing, just play back the tape of your Miss Universe performance. That shit makes looks Elaine Benes look positively balletic. Holly takes a slug and paints herself into a corner a bit, saying in essence, "I may be a boozehound, but that's my normal, so what's the big deal?" And she just got outwitted in a debate by Heidi, which is probably the biggest tragedy of all.