Valentine's Day brings romantic chaos: Carter's ex-boyfriend Spence comes to visit and has a surprise. James hits on Nikki. Paul and Claudia's liaison is a comedy of errors.

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Valentine's Day brings romantic chaos: Carter's ex-boyfriend Spence comes to visit and has a surprise. James hits on Nikki. Paul and Claudia's liaison is a comedy of errors.

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Paul Lassiter: [giving Claudia her phases of Valentine] Phase 3 is a carriage ride around the city.
Claudia: Oooh, those are expensive.
Paul Lassiter: Well, I have a coupon.
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A Valentine's Day to remember....or forget.
3 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For the Valentine episode it seems that things are starting to come together for a few people. Nikki has a date, Mike has been set-up for a date and Carter's old flame is wanting to see him. Everything seems to be working out for the staff but things are not going to go as planned.

Carter's former boyfriend, Spence Kaymer (Luke Perry), wants to see Carter to tell him that he is getting married to a woman. Nikki's date ends very early and Mike did not life up to his date's expectation. When everything is said and done they all end up back at the bar where they are regulars.

There is also a funny situation where Paul and Claudia are having having a special evening that turns into a catastrophe at every turn. But for the viewer, it is pure comedy as one will have to seek doctor's care before the night is over.

There is a lot going on in this episode which makes the entire episode even more enjoyable. By the end of the show the viewer has been entertained with a variety of funny situations. Another good show.


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