Once at the restaurant, everyone places their drink orders, and the guy doesn't bat an eyelash that ShePratt only orders a Coke -- even though Lo pumps her fist at ShePratt all, "Go get 'em, champ!" Sheesh. ShePratt considers to be a self-conscious weirdo (even more than most people are on first dates) and diverts attention by literally asking Max 20 questions while Lo and her boyfriend watch and cackle at the hurdles they've long since passed. To Max's credit, he's a really good sport.
Lo excuses herself to the bathroom, and ShePratt takes the cue to join. At the table, Max gives a nod of approval to ShePratt. Back in the bathroom, Lo asks if ShePratt thinks it's going well. Her only hang-up is that Max is 24, which she, the 23-year-old, thinks is too young. Lo tells her that he's leaps and bounds better than most of the losers she's dated. ShePratt takes it personally, or at least pretends to, and they head back out to the table. A bit later, the group walks out together. Lo and Scott head over to the valet to retrieve the car, giving Max the chance to ask ShePratt on a second date and get her digits.
Elsewhere, Kristin visits Brody's condo for "the talk" he's been so actively ignoring. They talk about how they don't think each other deserves a hug, then accuse each other of being rude. Kristin doesn't like that Brody was parading his new piece in front of her, while Brody doesn't like that Kristin didn't take his shit and like it. Brody thinks he should be able to like multiple girls at once. And yeah, that's called dating, but you don't have to schedule a date with two girls at once. Or invite one of the girls you're dating out so you can mack on someone else in front of her. But these are complexities that Brody probably can't understand because he is borderline Autistic in certain situations. I think Nadia Bloom could probably teach him a few things about dating etiquette, honestly.