Lori arrives at the jewelry store, dressed casually in a tank top and capri pants. She looks cute. Jerry jokes with her about the Brinks truck being there to deliver money for Lori. Jerry invites Lori in for the tour. She looks at jewelry. She tries on jewelry. She feels underdressed. Jerry appears to be very attentive. Lori tries on the cross that Madonna wore on her wedding day. The jewelry is really pretty, but I don't think it would be that interesting to read my descriptions of it, since I know nothing about jewelry. It would mostly be like this: "It's shiny."
Lori finishes the tour and Jerry walks her out. Lori voice-overs that she thought Jerry was into her, because she was kind of into him. Lori asks Jerry whether he has any plans for the evening. He claims that it's a bad night for him. Lori waits for him to ask for her number, or suggest another evening, and he doesn't. She volunteers to give him her information so that he can call her sometime. He gives her a weird look, and then says that they could do that. Lori asks why he's being weird, and he pretends not to know what she's talking about. Damn, she's bold. I admire that, but I would have just walked away and then obsessed about it in my journal. Because I'm a wimp. Finally, Jerry says, "I'm practically a married man." Lori is shocked, and kind of just walks away after thanking him. Dude! That was way harsh. I wonder what his fiancée thought when she saw this episode.
At work, Lori tells her roommates about what happened. The girls are all screaming in disbelief, and Lori is laughing about it. In an interview, Lori says that she's abandoning her search for a guy, and that she's happy to be with her friends. The roommates laugh and tease, and it's pretty much the most interesting part of the episode, and I hope it's a sign of things to come. It couldn't get any more boring, could it? Could it?
Next week: they have to build a display window in a store. Holy fuck. This could be worse than the dripping faucet. Anyway, Nicole gets bossy about it and yells at Mike on the street. Kevin suggests that Nicole might leave the house. No, that won't happen. It would be far too exciting.