Bob finally gives up any pretense of making this a business discussion, and moves around to sit on the front of his desk. This, of course, has the double advantages of making him seem more informal and flirty, while also giving him an unobstructed view straight down to Carmela's belly-button. He confesses to having done some primping of his own prior to this meeting, and then renews his invitation to dinner. Aw. They're soooooo in lurve. Then Bob makes a Madame Bovary joke, and Carmela admits that the book went completely over her head, and in so doing caused her to wonder what Bob could ever possibly see in Carmela herself. "Exactly that," he explains. "Who admits this stuff? Not only are you very attractive, you're unpretentious. You say whats on your mind." "So I'm a big mouth," Carmela volleys back. "I can see how that would attract a man like you." Heh! But so true. Carmela's actually looking kind of hot to me right now, too. She tentatively mentions her husband, but Bob waves that problem away, announcing, "Your husband's going to have to get used to the idea that your life is moving on." "I'm not worried about my life," she answers. Um...why? Are you afraid Bob will get run over by a grocery cart? Or just that he might be putting it before the horse? Bob insists that Tony would never break his son's teacher's legs, because that would look bad to an admissions committee. But I thought it was four legs good, two legs bad, right?
Episode Report CardAaron: B | 606 USERS: C+
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