Pulse Club. The elements weren't cooperating with Spelling Entertainment, so they had to fake the rain for the exterior shot. It looks very cheesy. When we move to the delivery entrance of the club, it's very obvious that a rain truck is providing the precipitation. You can even see the sun shining brightly in the background. David is ordering the grunts where to put the supplies when Laurie arrives, soaked to the bone. Speaking of bones, David tries to explain why he gave his to Jenny even after he proclaimed his lust for Laurie. She doesn't care. The relationship they never had is over...until next week.
Pet Hospital. Chandler and Heather are ever so worried about little Scraps. That's not his real name but he looks like a Scraps doesn't he. Chandler apologizes for what he said in the gazebo. You know, about angels not having wings. The vet comes out and apologizes that they did everything they could for their dog. Uh oh, that doesn't sound good. Heather explains that Scraps is not actually their dog. The vet, obviously not understanding English, notes that the condition of the coat and the dog's state of health indicate that is was well-loved. All right, stop. First of all, how does the condition of the coat indicate that a dog was well-loved? And secondly, the dog was hit by a car. It probably had blood matted on its fur along with broken bones and crushed organs. What does this indicate about how much love the dog received? "Have you had him long?" the vet inquires. Dammit, lady, are you deaf? IT'S NOT THEIR DOG! The vet looks perplexed. "He's gone, isn't he," Chandler asks. The vet tells them not to blame themselves -- accidents happen. You know, I can't imagine where this is going. "We didn't even get a chance to know him," Heather laments. Wait a second! This is just like their baby! It took several days and the death of an innocent canine, but Chandler and Heather have finally realized that they lost their baby and that they never had a chance to know him and that it was just an accident and that the condition of its fetal skin indicated that it was a much loved and well-cared-for fetus.
Next week, if there is a next week, Jenny takes a deep dive in the shallow end of the pool.