At the airport, Frankie says that the Adam thing is weird, and although he seems nice, he also seems to have an ulterior motive. Camera time? I'm just guessing. It always bothers me that, fourteen seasons in, they still aren't allowed to discuss how having the cameras around changes people's behavior. Frankie interviews that Dave's visit is "imperative to [her] life." Frankie and Jamie wait for Dave. Jamie suggests that Dave wouldn't just not show up. Frankie nods dramatically and says, "He takes things very symbolically like I do and if he missed his plane this morning by waking up late because it was an early flight, he's going to look at that like, 'I am not supposed to go out there.'" Please go back and read that sentence again. Dave really thinks that if he oversleeps or his alarm doesn't go off or whatever, it's a sign from God, and not a sign that he's fucking irresponsible. Please tell me that was a joke. Jamie seems amused. Frankie interviews that if Dave doesn't show up, she might as well go home because she can't be happy in San Diego anymore. Wow, now I really hope that Dave doesn't show!
There's some footage of planes landing. I'll bet one of those is Dave's plane! I wonder if he is on it or not! I guess that's what I'm supposed to be thinking. Really, I'm like, "I wonder if we have any string cheese in the fridge?" Answer: yes. Awesome. Dave comes down an escalator, carrying his guitar. Frankie spots him and says she's going to piss her pants because she's so excited. She runs over and hugs him. Frankie interviews that she's never been happier to see someone in her life. They make out while Jamie watches. In a confessional, Jamie says that she's never seen Frankie so happy, and that it makes her happy. I think Jamie might be a little too involved in Frankie's life. Frankie forces Jamie to tell Dave that Frankie has never smiled this much since she's been in San Diego.