Slow pan upward on Heather's ass while she's jogging on a treadmill. Even her workout clothes are trashy. She's wearing a leopard-print top with a black bra underneath. There can't be much support there for her...um...endowments. Richard enters as finishes her run. He wants to know why she's so sad. Is it about Dress2K? Now, let me rant for just a second here: that is such a stupid name for an Internet company. ["That's damn right." -- Wing Chun] I can't wait until it's no longer part of the storylines so I can stop typing it. Even more egregious is the fact that NBC missed the opportunity to create a mock site using the domain name, but then, that would have taken a little ingenuity. Heather feels betrayed -- just betrayed -- that he chose Gwen's project over hers. And to hear the news from Peter added insult to injury. Richard would have told Heather but he didn't want to disappoint her. Richard reminds Heather that there's no competition between her and Gwen, and Heather's his number-one gal. She gets the feeling that this isn't always the case. Richard assures her that she's got nothing to worry about: "Cross my heart and hope to die." There go the writers, being clever again. Why not go a step further? "Heather, I love you so much I could just die!" "Heather, this cheesecake is to die for." Next!
Chandler has a guest waiting for him. It's Mark, an old navy buddy, who's currently stationed in Tampa. Scott (the black guy who works in the hangar) is there, too. Mark is in town to test Williams Aviation's new stabilizer system. He also wanted to see whether Chandler's gone soft from all this easy living. Peter walks in on the male bonding and quotes the King of Pop: "I'm a lover, not a fighter." This reminds Mark about the brunette hottie Chandler was banging in Hawaii. It reminds me of a cheap plot device to make Peter suspicious. Mark can't seem to shut up about how Chandler got all of his buddies into the Hana Winstar resort, and Peter's curiosity is piqued. Before Mark can blab any more, Chandler rushes them all out the door.
David's apartment. Jenny and David have just finished a whoopee session on his futon. She wants him to stay for more but Laurie wants him to work on a pitch for the Australian investors. Okay, so the club is owned by a billion-dollar company and they need investors. For what? More Mai Tai umbrellas? Apparently David has done another 180-degree turn from last week and is totally into the relationship. Even wrestlers wait a month or two before engaging in a character departure. Jenny wants to help with the pitch. The bad news is that they have to break the news to Laurie. Jenny picks up the phone and dials.