Matt and Julie are playing pool and he mentions that he might fly a friend named Tammy down. Julie asks who Tammy is, and Matt says she's a former girlfriend. In an interview, Matt says he can't tell when girls are interested in him. Julie says she thought about flying John down, obviously trying to make Matt jealous. In an interview, Julie says she would like to find someone to love, or even a good friend. Julie tells Matt she's planning on marrying a guy who is her best friend, and they will have known each other forever, and it'll be right. Then she waits until Matt turns his back and mouths, "You!" and points at him, and then writes "I heart Matt" with pool chalk on the table. Matt doesn't get it.
Julie is on the phone with her friend, "Tifani." She says Matt "drives her crazy" because he's "so perfect." See, I'm still not feeling it. Tifani surmises that Matt always has the right words to say and always looks good. Are we all talking about the same Matt here? The breakdancer? In an interview, Julie says she thinks Matt is "awesome" and a "wonderful person." Then she calls her mom to tell her to book a reception hall for her upcoming nuptials to Matt.
Kelley and Danny discuss Paul. Danny says that they met each other and then spent the next three days together (but he doesn't add the obvious "having sex"). Kelley asks how long ago that was, and Danny says three weeks. Wait, this guy he's been pining over and has eight million pictures of, they've only known each other three weeks? Whatever. Danny says that "this kid has a heart of gold" and is "just as whipped as [he is]." Paul calls and says he's coming to visit. In an interview, Danny explains that you can be gay in the military, but you can't be out. I know, that is the dumbest policy ever. I'm sure our non-American readers are appalled. I feel you. I'm so embarrassed. Anyway, Danny has a big red thing next to his nose, like he either just picked a zit or got scratched by a bear or something. Danny says he doesn't want to compromise Paul, because Paul is putting his entire life on the line and "it means so much."
David and Julie are walking down the street. David invites Julie to "jam" with him because he feels that's how he'll connect. Insert your own single entendre here. I know I did. In an interview, David says he wants to connect, but Julie doesn't want to. He says the invitation is there, but he's not going to sit around and wait, because "the party will go on and if you don't RSVP, that's your problem." Shut up, David.