With great effort from the boys and pointless pooha from the girls, Barto moves out of Jill's apartment and Jack in. Barto hoped to avoid needless hassle by not telling his parents he's having sex with Sarah Weyman, whom he once met trough their match-making attempts, but when both sets of parents await them in the restaurant, her ma's nagging about a hickey makes her blurt out it's from Barto, and boy does he get pressured as he feared, as if they expect a wedding date, precisely what puts him off after his Audrey-trauma; he finds she also dates studly architect Patrick, so they decide to keep going out, nothing serious. Everybody is at the @-bar for Mikey's managerial take over-party. When he boasts in the morning the new office's comfy chair fits two, him and waitress Emily Cantor, to mate and business-partner Jill, who feels financier Dante breathing down his neck, Jill insists now they're bosses that's illegal; the love-birds decide to continue their intimacy after-hours elsewhere, Jill tells her that's still against policy, Mikey resists 'you're not my boss', but now it feels awkward for her anyway. Elisa learns presenting her boy-friends to the others is not always best, especially her shrink Peter McCray to neurotic Jack, who feels analyzed and nearly committed by him. After an overdose of Jack, Audrey is really ready to live alone.- Written by KGF Vissers
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