Janet and Nathan are sitting at the computer desk, and Irene brings out a CD for them to hear. She pops it in and they listen to the song "Good Night, Irene." This makes them giggle. Nathan says the song makes him feel "ninety years old" and like he should be "playing Parcheesi." Irene says the song "laughs in the face of Puff Daddy." In an interview, Nathan says he loves Irene because they joke back and forth constantly. The lyrics of the song at this point are, "Sometimes I take a great notion to jump into the river and drown." Irene laughs and repeats the line, then explains that the song is about a man who got married but won't settle down and now Irene, his wife, wants to jump into a river and drown. Wow, what a cheery topic for a song. Irene tells Nathan he's not paying attention and she's trying to "make him a better man." Good luck with that. You've got your work cut out for you, girlfriend. In an interview, Janet says that Irene is always asking where Nathan is, and Nathan is always asking where Irene is, so Janet is starting to think "there's a little more there."
Nathan and Janet are sitting on the scary couch. Nathan is trying to read and Janet is just staring at him, so he asks what is on her mind. Janet tries to subtly ask about Nathan and Irene. Nathan starts yelling, "No way, dude! No way!" and then says it angers him that she even thinks that. Janet asks why it angers him. Nathan says he's just kidding and that he's not angry, and then starts saying that he's never had sex. Janet totally falls for it. Nathan says he's saving himself for marriage. Janet doesn't quite know what to say, and Nathan cracks up and admits he's lying. What was that whole scene about? Just that Nathan denied that there is anything going on between him and Irene?