Notice I used the word "lei" three times in the previous paragraph without making the easy joke. That's the mark of a professional.
Back to the Pulse Club, where all the real action is going on. We finally discover what Jenny does at the club: she introduces the bands. Tonight's special guest is SR-71. This is beginning to feel like the Peach Pit After Dark. SR71 plays a kind of Green Day/Blink 182 style of music that would be totally inappropriate for this kind of club and the clientele that frequents it. Jack arrives to introduce David to Jenny. According to her, Laurie's the tyrant and she's the cheap slutty wino...I mean, "the softie." She's surprised that David didn't hit it off with Laurie since they both appear to be Type A personalities. As for Jenny, she's more like a B+ or A- (warning: that was actually written dialogue, not an attempt at an easy joke on my part). There's something different about David -- something exotic. Right, it's the Australian accent and Jenny loves it. ["Geez, a bar, a chick, and an Australian dude. Coyote Ugly, much?" -- Wing Chun] Jenny asks whether all Australians aren't major partiers. David explains that when Aussies work, they work hard but when they play, they play hard and when they act they act...hard. David keeps looking away from Jenny like he's expecting his dealer to show up any time. He doesn't want to be out of line, but after spending five minutes with Jenny (it's actually only been fifty-five seconds. I timed it) he sees nothing but potential. A potential bang, maybe. He's gotten a nose for potential. He must have gone to Brown, too. Brown nose, that is! (That easy joke was mine).