Leah walks into the kitchen and her jaw drops in a really exaggerated show of shock. Ace tells her that the flowers are from Chris, and Leah reads the card. In a confessional, Leah says that there are "over three or four hundred" tulips. Leah goes and hugs Chris and thanks him. Chris says he's getting better. Leah agrees, and walks off muttering about how exciting it is to get something. These girls are easy, man. If I really hated someone, flowers wouldn't make everything better. Chris interviews that all of the girls are kissing up to him now, so he just went with it.
Mallory makes her one appearance in the episode and asks whom the flowers are for. Chris is starting to get into the story now, and he says that he must have ordered them the same night he ordered flowers for his ex-girlfriend. Leah and Christina get their pictures taken with the flowers. Chris interviews that he's not trying to lie to the girls, but that he feels like they really want him to be the one who sent the flowers. Chris says he's almost out of the doghouse. Leah spells out, "G-O-D-I-V-A." She gives women a bad name.
More dogs. Adam tells Ace that he doesn't think Chris bought the flowers. Ace brings up the card. Adam admits that he overheard Chris's phone call. In a confessional, Adam says that claiming responsibility for the flowers wasn't a smart move. Chris smooshes the flowers and Leah screeches at him. Adam interviews that women will forgive something but won't let you forget it. Like Adam knows anything about women. The funniest thing about this event is that a lot of entertainment critics complain about scripted storylines where the whole thing could be resolved in the first five minutes if people actually talked to each other, and I guess this episode shows that it happens in real life, too.
And now it's time for the Most Awesome Thing I Saw on TV Last Week. The most awesome thing I saw on TV last week were old episodes of Melrose Place on E! I'm not going to list off all of the things about the episodes that were awesome, because the answer would be "Everything." But here are a few highlights: Allison's gigantic jaw and constant stuffy nose; Amanda's desperate need for a hot oil treatment; Billy's mouth-breathing; Jo and Jake's complete lack of storyline and yet the writers still finding time for them to roll around naked a few times; Matt's appearance in exactly two scenes in five episodes; and best of all was the close-up on Michael's butt-clenching while kissing Kimberly on the beach. I think the moment I realized how awesome this show was occurred when Jake and Jo's storyline consisted of Jake cheating on his taxes and then realizing that it was wrong so he and Jo went to the mailbox and convinced the mailman (who was picking up the mail at midnight, for some reason) to give them back the returns. Wasn't that a storyline on The Andy Griffith Show at one point? (Minus the cheating on the tax returns, because no one in Mayberry would cheat on their taxes.) And yet, genius. Plus, butt-clenching. And it's just starting to get good because next week is the episode when Amanda buys the apartment complex, and if I recall, that's when all hell broke loose.