John voices over that he "wants the night to go smoothly," so he just takes off to get Jose. He does feel, though, like it was Tyler's responsibility. MAYBE BECAUSE IT WAS. He adds that if he was stuck somewhere and "an inconsiderate person" didn't want to pick him up, he'd expect Jose or Zach to do the same for him. When he gets to the gym, Jose isn't there, and the guy tells John that he left a while ago after waiting around. John takes off and finds Jose walking, nearly home at this point. When he explains that Tyler didn't want to pick up Jose, Jose thinks Tyler just never showed up to get the keys. His eyebrows rise when John explains that he was at the restaurant as they were speaking, and we see Tyler oozing praise about some dessert. John goes on and on about how frustrated he is, and Jose voices over that he's surprised Tyler did this, because Jose's supposed to be "his boy." As John rages, Tyler continues to laugh at dinner and pretend to be the perfect guest.
The next morning, back at the house, John slams some cupboards in the kitchen -- one of my personal bad-mood remedies. Zach apologizes for what happened, because he's nice. John says that it's fine: Tyler ruined dinner for John anyway, so John was just as glad to not be there. Mmm, rumpled boys. You can imagine just how long it's been since I've seen a rumpled boy in the morning if I'm having this reaction to this particular show in between murderous rages, but they are both cute. They discuss the night before, and John tells Zach about finally finding Jose walking home. Zach shakes his head. In his interview, Zach says that it was Tyler's job, so not matter what time it was he should have gone to look for him. This is what's known as "common sense" -- something with which Tyler isn't terribly familiar. John reiterates how frustrated he is that Tyler didn't take responsibility, and then says he feels like he invested a lot into a friendship that's now worthless. Don't lose sleep over it, Johnny boy. I guarantee you'll be glad to forget him as soon as you move out of this house.