It wouldn’t be a party unless a fight breaks out. Can Brian prevent Eric from getting his ass kicked?
Allison escapes to the back yard, listens to some Poison, and hangs with a couple of stoners.
Julie arrives at the party. She’s a leukemia survivor and the girl who inspired Kate to go into equine therapy.
Brian has learned the truth about Allison’s feelings and secludes himself with some Disney princesses.
Allison decides to do a favor for a lovelorn friend.
Kate mingles at Eric’s party, taking in tidbits of conversations, until she runs into Andrea.
After his failure to perform with Kate, Brian wants nothing more than to get to Eric’s party.
Allison and her best friend, Gwen, go on a beer run.
Kate contemplates the reasons behind Brian’s inability to “perform.”
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Kate returns home from her ride in the Metroparks. Her parents are leaving town and her little brother is sleeping over her friends house, which makes for the perfect romantic interlude with Brian.
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Home from work, Allison recalls her intimate kiss with Brian that night in Washington D.C.
Brian an Eric make a trip to the Cleveland Metroparks to dig up the mysterious Jack.
Allison and Brian haven’t seen each other in a week. Now, they find themselves wandering through the women’s swimwear department of Sears, catching up on lost time.
Brian and Eric cruise to the mall for Tom Petty tickets, and Brian recalls an intimate memory with Allison.
Kate drives down to the Cleveland Metroparks to spend time riding with her horse, Kenny, and to reflect on what the future holds for her.