Jamie and Frankie head downtown to the Hustler store. Frankie says that she's counting down the minutes until Dave arrives. Jamie interviews that Adam just suddenly popped up outside the store. Well, yeah, because Frankie told him exactly where they would be. If she didn't want to see him, she should have just said she had to run errands. Adam also suddenly looks like Linda Richman from Coffee Talk. I think it's his giant sunglasses. Jamie interviews that it was "super-uncomfortable," and that Adam has attained "stalker status." Does anyone think that Adam is more interested in the cameras than in Frankie? They all go into the store. Adam tells Frankie that she should buy a shirt that says "Sticky Kitty" on the front. Anyone who would wear that shirt should be killed. I'm decreeing it. It's not only gross, it's not particularly clever. If you feel the need to advertise your sexuality on your t-shirt, at least be clever about it. Adam pulls out a Hello Kitty change purse that he bought for Frankie, and hands it over. Maybe that's why he wanted to see her so badly? To give her the gift? Frankie interviews that it was a "sweet gesture," but that Adam should have done it "a couple of weeks ago when [he wasn't] a weirdo!" How dare he not conform to her timeline!
Jamie walks up to Adam and Frankie, carrying a leather riding crop. No, that really happened. She hits her own ass with it to demonstrate its possible usage. Adam asks if she's buying it for her own boyfriend. Jamie says it's a birthday gift. Adam asks whom it's for, and Jamie first says that it's for Adam, and then corrects herself and says it's for Dave. Oops. Jamie then lies that she's going to send it to him, because he's definitely not coming to visit today. Why is Jamie buying a birthday present for Dave? Especially a sex toy? She's weird. Adam hangs out with some employees of the store, which makes me think that he knows the people who work there, and is probably the one who told Frankie about the store in the first place, so it wouldn't be so odd that he was planning on going there today anyway. Jamie interviews that she lied to Adam so that Frankie wouldn't get busted. As the girls prepare to leave, Adam asks where they are going. Jamie says that she has to run some errands. Adam asks Frankie what she's doing, and Frankie says that she's not sure. These two are the worst blower-offers ever. Tell him that you have to do something related to the show. Then he can't come! Frankie interviews that she can't say she's going to the airport, because Adam might follow her. They walk away, and Frankie comments that maybe they should start running.
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!