Jenny feels guilty that she hasn't done any work all night long. What kind of work would she be doing at a club at this time of night anyway? Checking ID? Restocking the Vodka? Billy wants to go to "dinner," and because his boat is so close, he suggests they go there. Jenny reminds him that whenever they go to the boat, they never end up eating or boating. Well, what do they do there, then? ["Quilting?" -- Wing Chun] I guess we'll find out soon enough.
Back at Richard's mansion, we discover Samantha ogling a swimming Chandler from her office window. Peter enters uninvited with drink #3. He makes some awkward advances, including the can't-miss move of mocking the socioeconomic status of the neighborhood where Samantha lives. It's four tax brackets away...actually, that's a pretty good one. Man, he gets all the good lines. Peter then states the obvious: "You know how I feel about you, don't you?" She does, but he's not her type. He then recovers brilliantly: "If you think I have some sort of mad crush on you, you're wrong. I could care less." Hey buddy, you just told her five seconds ago that you wanted her! Peter finally notices the swimming Chandler and makes the unlikely connection that Samantha pines for him. Peter warns her against loving Chandler, who will either quit, fail or rebel. The Navy will do that to a man.
We're back at the boat, where Billy and Jenny are finishing up their sex. Jenny's got to rush back to the club because Laurie's going to be pissed. I guess there are glasses to wash. After three weeks, Jenny feels that it's time for him to meet the family, and she invites him to the rehearsal dinner tomorrow night. In case she didn't say so during the sex, she now states how fantastic Billy was. She promises, "Next time I'll let you take the boat out." Is that some sort of metaphor for some position I'm not aware of? Jenny hops in her Mercedes and speeds off, right passed a lurking Laurie. Laurie gets out and approaches Billy's Boat, The Monica. At first, I assume that she's going to let Billy "take the boat out," but she's just there to threaten Billy never to see Jenny again because she knows something about him that nobody else knows. Is he gay? Does he wax his chest? I hope they clear this up after the commercial.