Ashley asks Jacob if he's hungry. He says that he can make them really good Gardenburgers. Jacob goes, "What?" and Ashley asks him if he's ever had a Gardenburger. Jacob gives him a look as if to say, "No way in hell I'm sleeping in the pup tent with you, pretty boy." He then quite hilariously says, "I'm not down with that stuff." I'm sorry, but if you were once a member of O-Town, you just can't play "too macho for soy products." Jacob says that they sound gross, but Ashley assures him that they're fucking awesome. I've never seen Ashley so passionate about anything.
More tooling around. Ashley asks if they will have it finished by the night, and Jacob says he thinks they will. He says that he always underestimates the time needed to finish a project. So much so that he brings a change of clothes, just in case. Ashley has a tape measure pinned to his belt. He goes inside the house, because he is good for nothing practical.
It is night. Jacob asks Ashley to come out and help him. Ashley says that the project took longer than anticipated. It is then apparently the next day, because there is daylight once again and Ashley and Jacob are wearing other different shirts. They put the toy chest in the room and clean it, and then bring in Tiffany for her surprise. Tiffany looks nice. She says that the toy chest is awesome and cute. It's kiiiind of cute, but it has a little ladder and built in slide that would seem to make it 1) impractical for storing toys and stuff and 2) dangerous for a small child. It's kind of like the superficially okay-looking yet actually cheap, crap-ass piece of furniture that you see on Trading Spaces. Tiffany seems to be surprised that she likes it. She tells Ashley that she loves him, and it is all sweetness until you remember poor Jacob.
As Jacob is leaving, he tells Ashley to think of him if he has any more projects. Does this mean that Ashley actually hired Jacob to do this? Oh, it's all kind of sad. But not as sad as the shot of Jacob getting into his rusty white and turquoise 1988 Ford Econoline and riding off into further relative obscurity.