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While Jill watches amazed and amused how obsessively she packs, Jack tells him she has a near-ex Sean, who works in an L.A. studio; Mikey calls Sean her would have-could have-should have, Elisa her almost-guy. Jill has a pre-wedding-attack of feeling surrounded by attractive women other then his fiancée, such as stewardesses. In an interview, Audrey and her co-star Kyle Statton paint each-other as arrogant, yet they land in bed for real. When Barto's parents drop by to summon him for a family function, Mikey immediately tests Dr. Jonas Zane's willingness to become his co-investor now he wants to buy to At-bar, but is called a worse investment risk then flushing money down the toilet, so Barto coaches him to prepare a bank loan application. While she unpacks just as pointlessly elaborately, Jill learns Jack phoned Sean for lunch within 15 minutes after arrival, and braves the temptation rubbing suntan-lotion into attractive beach bunny backs. A 'best friend' invitation decides Barto to join Mikey on the flight to Svengali's L.A. premiere, while Elisa, who has an absurd flying-phobia, meets and falls for witty psychiatrist Peter McCray. Kyle is the only one who actually enjoys the premiere reception, after Barto saw him cuddle Audrey, yet she refuses to keep in touch. Back home, Mikey's loan application is refused, despite the banker's positive response.
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