It's nearly Valentine's Day. Ace and Chris walk home. Ace says he has to order some flowers for his girlfriend or he'll be in trouble. I'm sure she was happy to see that he didn't send flowers because he was thinking about her lovingly, but to avoid getting in trouble. Of course, I'm also sure she was happy to see him kissing Mallory, so whatever. Ace interviews that this is the first time he's had a girlfriend on Valentine's Day. Ace says he's going to order a hundred roses. Chris says it sounds like a big deal. Dude. That's a lot of money.
Leah talks to her mom on the phone and confesses that she really hates Chris. Leah says she spent two hours cleaning the bathroom and then Chris left his whiskers all over the countertop. Welcome to living with another person. Someone leaves the cap off the toothpaste, and someone else doesn't wipe out the sink when they're done. You can either learn to let it go, or you can fight over every little thing. I think the first option is much less tiring. Mrs. Leah says that it's hard to share a bathroom with a guy. Simon (who is listening to the whole conversation) interviews that other people's habits can get on Leah's nerves. Leah baby-talks that Chris thinks she's spoiled, and she's not. Mrs. Leah just laughs, because clearly she agrees with Chris. Leah asks if she should be nice even though she doesn't mean it. How old is she? I can't believe she just asked that question. Mrs. Leah says that Leah can be civil and mean it. Leah interviews that she wants to make the shift with Chris because she's tired of feeling uncomfortable, and hearing it from her mother lets her know that it's time to do so.
Leah talks to Chris about how it might be her fault, but that his sense of humor hurts her feelings. Adam and Ace sit there and listen. Leah interviews that someone needs to tell Chris what's going on. Well, I'm glad she appointed herself the spokesperson, since she and Chris have basically never had a civil conversation. Chris says he doesn't like the way Leah talks down to him and acts rude. Leah disagrees. Chris reels off a list of Leah's characteristics: "I think you're self-centered. I think you're materialistic. You're superficial, artificial. You talk behind people's back. You're selfish, vain, and spoiled." Okay, that was mean, but also funny. Chris concludes that he thinks he just nailed it right on the head. Leah interviews that she was indignant because Chris knows nothing about her or her background. Isn't she the same person that is constantly calling Chris trashy and uneducated? Leah says if that's really how Chris feels, she is truly sorry for him, because he's a douche bag. While Leah was talking, Chris mouthed the same words she was saying. Hee! She was so trying to look like she was taking the high road and he was taking the second-grade road.