Nicole talks to Bobby on the phone. In an interview, Nicole explains that she was supposed to go to the Hamptons the same weekend Bobby was coming to visit. So she just gets to take him along? That doesn't seem fair. Lori asks Nicole what the deal is with her relationship with Bobby. Nicole says that she doesn't know, but that she's going to ask him, preferably on the beach. Lori teases Nicole about setting up a romantic situation in order to ask Bobby about their relationship, and Nicole admits that she hopes they are more than friends. You think? Because I didn't quite get that. You know, even if Nicole did end up with Bobby at this point, does she really want him? Is it really a relationship of equals? It's kind of like my high-school crush -- when I was in high school, I would have done anything to be his girlfriend, but looking back now, I realize it would have been a terrible relationship. Not just because we were in high school, but also because he would have run me like a marathon. I would have done anything he said, and I would have put all of my own needs beneath his, and I would have basically been his beck-and-call girl. And that's no kind of relationship. And yet, that's basically what I see in Nicole's future if she doesn't learn that Bobby is not all that, and that she needs to find a man who wants her as much as she wants him, and isn't afraid to show it.
Well, that was quite a sidebar. Malik, his hair in cornrows, goes to the airport to pick up Jisela. Some on-screen text informs us that Malik is thirty-five minutes late, although Jisela doesn't seem that upset about it. They hug and kiss and act all schmoopy. Jisela tells Malik that he looks "so cute" with his cornrows, and he kind of does. I think I like the Afro better, but it's a nice change of pace. In an interview, Jisela says that seeing Malik makes her feel happy. "Hanging By a Moment" by Lifehouse plays as Jisela and Malik snuggle and kiss in the airport, outside the airport, in a cab, and on a bench somewhere.
In an interview, Malik says that he's romantic and he likes being sweet. Malik and Jisela continue to sit on the bench and smooch. Well, actually, Malik is all into Jisela, and she's kissing him on the cheek and keeping one eye on the camera to make sure they are getting all this. She looks really distracted. Jisela tells Malik that she's not that romantic. Malik says that Jisela is, because she went out and looked for presents for him, and said that she missed him and loved him. In an interview, Jisela says that she can give love like there's no tomorrow, but that she's incapable of receiving love, because she always worries that the person will take his love away. Malik says that he's ready for a girlfriend. Jisela says that marriage would give her a heart attack, but that she does want to get married someday. In an interview, Jisela says that she can't deal with boyfriends and all of the baggage that carries. That's fine. I mean, she's young. Why be tied down, right? As long as she makes that clear to Malik.