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  • Mikey feels ready for a pseudo-girlfriend: more then a one-night-stand, but not told she's not (yet?) a real one and often not exclusive- as Jack may be to Matt; now Jack worries Matt never introduces her as his girlfriend. Jill gets served a lawsuit for causing adulterous ex-high school-flame Laurie Tindell to break matrimony with Michel Preston, actually one date and one night; lawyer Gavola tells him judge Reeves should throw the case out easily, but she was dumped herself; plaintiff's lawyer Allison Hanau is hot in Jill's eyes, but turns his affirmation not even to have known about Tindell's marriage into 'guilt' by deliberately not asking for the sake of his fantasy, he dumps Gavola but finds another too expensive and decides to defend himself. Elisa's mystery dream-date is on a tape, renting a video. Now colleague-barman Tad has quit, Mikey is promoted manager: bye-bye day off, tons to learn; as if the 'weight of too many keys' wasn't crushing enough, he must fire waitress Belinda. Audrey worries Barto is off cramming for an exam with a certain Meg, even spies on his study group- Jack notices her reign as queen of indifference is over. Matt invites Jack for home-cooking, according to Elisa the last step before sex; he cooks and kisses well, but her irritating questions make him bring her home early, yet the next day he asks her out again soon. As Barto is occupied studying, Mikey is Jill's character witness, but messes up even the line they obviously rehearsed, and apparently caused his bank clerk Cindy's impending divorce. When Jack breaks off with Matt as she can't handle an on-off relation his style after seeing his breakfast date, he replies that was to dump the other woman and become exclusively hers and kisses her in plain office sight; this time she 'stays for breakfast'. Jill's closing statement is sorry someone gets hurt and the marriage killed, but taking a risk for a shot at lifelong happiness is the right choice. Having fired Belinda, Mikey throws back managing 'not much' in the bosses own words. Elisa and 'him' see each-other trough the bus window, but she cannot get off.


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