Leah and Giuseppe go off on their date. It's scenic. They walk around and don't talk to each other at all. Looks like fun! They end up in a bar. Giuseppe asks what she likes to do, and Leah says she likes to shop. Check, please! How can you date someone who lists her first hobby as shopping? Leah interviews that it was exciting and romantic. Giuseppe kisses Leah's hand. Giuseppe asks Leah about her ex-boyfriend. Then he starts kissing her. Soon, they are full-on making out in the restaurant. Classy.
Later, Leah knocks on Simon's door. He's sleeping, but he lets her in. Leah is giddy and clearly wants Simon to wake up so that she can talk about her date, but instead of just saying that, she keeps giggling to herself and making lots of noise so that he can't sleep. If I were Simon, I'd tell her to fuck right off. ["I think you'd tell her that even if you weren't Simon." -- Wing Chun] Leah gets into bed, topless.
Christina and Mallory eat breakfast the next morning. Christina is astounded by the amount of pastries. I don't know. Leah and Simon show up. Leah says that her date was fun. Leah interviews that she's happy and in love with Italy. Simon says that they plan to go to Gucci, and that he's excited. He hopes that they have Gucci shopping carts. Mallory looks annoyed. Mallory interviews that when you have the opportunity to visit these cities, it's sad if you don't take advantage of it. I kind of agree with Mallory there. Simon and Leah hope that Gucci has shoes, and then they take off. Christina and Mallory look kind of disgusted.
Christina, Ace, Mallory, and Chris go to see the sights. Ace interviews that he loves everything about Florence. Why does he love Florence and not Paris? Interesting. Well, not really interesting, but weird. Ace tells Chris that he was going to make a wish, but now he doesn't have to, because Chris already came true. It would have been funnier if Ace had said that to Adam. Chris interviews that Florence makes you think about your life. It does? Chris feels like he is going to see these places not just for himself, but also for all of the people at home who didn't get the chance to leave Boston.