Kelley and Peter leave the restaurant and get in their car, and end up at his place. I think that must be the end of this particular storyline, but the cameras follow them into Peter's sparsely decorated apartment. Kelley puts music on and then hangs up her clothes in Peter's closet. Kelley voice-overs that she feels really good about Peter right now. Peter starts getting undressed and Kelley tells him she wants to see it. Peter is a little camera shy (or has some common sense) and heads out of the room for the final stages of undressing. In an interview, Kelley says that "Peter's girlfriend and him have decided" to see other people. We see a photo of Peter with his sad, blob-head girlfriend. Come on, he had to know that Kelley was coming over tonight. He couldn't put the picture in a drawer somewhere? Peter comes back in the room and kills the light.
Back at Belfort, the doorbell rings. Danny sprints to the door, but it's locked. He fumbles for the key and finally gets it open. It's a scary man with a blurry head! Run, Danny, run! Oh, it's just Paul. They hug. In a confessional, Danny says that Paul came to see him and he had no idea he was coming, and that Paul is an awesome guy. They enter the house and Danny asks Paul what he brought. It turns out that Paul brought food from Danny's favorite restaurant in Atlanta. They make a little picnic on the floor, and Paul brought food, bowls, chopsticks, condiments, and chocolate bars. Danny says that this is the most incredible present that he's ever gotten. Paul says he knows Danny has been hungry for it. Danny says he's hungry for Paul too. Ew! He almost ruined a very sweet moment with that cheeseball statement. In an interview, Danny says that his Valentine is obviously Paul, and that it's the first time in his life he's ever had a Valentine. Paul and Danny hold hands, and Paul says he can stay until Wednesday. In an interview, Danny says that Paul is everything he's been looking for, and he realizes he had to be strong and that he got the best Valentine's Day present. No doubt! In the battle of the biblically-named boyfriends, Paul definitely beat out Peter.
Next week: Kelley is having trouble getting the others (especially David) to help her out with the television show. See, I told you I would have plenty of opportunities to make fun of David!