We don't really see how the evening ends, but the next day (or something), the phone rings. Sharon answers it and calls out that it's Buffy for Mike. Kat rolls her eyes and is all, "You didn't tell me her name was Buffy." I guess Kat thought her name would be "Jeff" or something. Mike has a shit-eating grin on his face. Even though he's not busy doing anything, Mike makes a point of telling Sharon that he'll be there "in a minute," and keeps sitting on his fat ass with that shit-eating grin on his face like he's settling a score with some popular girl from his high school who wouldn't let him on the cheerleading squad. Finally he gets over to the phone, whereupon we cut to an interview in which he reveals that he's not really interested in Buffy, and since it doesn't bug him that much that he doesn't have anyone, he's not going to hook up with her. He gets off the phone with Buffy pretty quickly. I repeat: Buffy, you are such a loser. What would you have to do to be blown off by Mike?
More Paul and Jacinda and Legend. They walk about London. Jacinda's really bitchy to Paul, and he continues to eat it all up with a spoon. "I'll stop in New York to get our stuff," he says over dinner at a restaurant. "Isn't that cool? 'Get our stuff'? Not just my stuff. Our stuff." Jacinda couldn't be any less thrilled. She explains in an interview that Paul wants to get married, and she's really not into it because she doesn't love him as much as he loves her. Back at the restaurant, Paul invites Jacinda back to the hotel, but Jacinda declines, citing work the next day. And we all know Jacinda ain't heeding her inner RuPaul and "working" these days, so obviously Paul is being dissed. Paul gets pissy, and Jacinda asks him if he's having his period. Ouch.
Back at the house, Jacinda is talking to Paul on the phone while Legend chews stuff up at her feet. Paul says he feels like she's dissing him, and Jacinda denies it. She invites him over. He doesn't want to hang out at the house. I can sympathize. She hangs up on him. In an interview, she says that Paul doesn't freak out a lot, but that when he does, it's pretty intense.