Previously: Whiney got a "job" and some "friends," even a commitment-phobic "boyfriend" with a douchebag wingman. Time for an episode about the wingman. Groan.
Adam (a.k.a. A-hole) and his girlfriend Allie head into a restaurant, where Whitney and Jay are waiting for them. Jay gives Whitney the scoop before they arrive: A-hole and Allie met in a bar, now they live together. There were probably some steps in between, but I wouldn't put it past these nitwits if there weren't. The others come in, and they sit down, boys on one side, girls on the other, just like a junior high school dance. Which is basically the dynamic of this entire show. Allie, a fellow Cali girl, asks Whitney how she likes New York. Whitney isn't all that enthusiastic. Because her idea of culture is frozen yogurt. Jay has to interject to remind Whitney that he makes her life worth living. Oh yeah! And A-hole notes that he had the same pull on Allie. Jay and A-hole give themselves a pat on the back for dickmatizing two such feeble minds.
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