At the gym, Lauren and Audrina work out with their studly trainer, Jarett. As The Hills girls cool down, Jarett asks them if they want to go out on a double date with him and their mutual friend Derek. They agree to meet at their favorite...... Read Full Episode Summary »
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At the gym, Lauren and Audrina work out with their studly trainer, Jarett. As The Hills girls cool down, Jarett asks them if they want to go out on a double date with him and their mutual friend Derek. They agree to meet at their favorite restaurant, Lola's.
After their workout, Lauren reveals that Jason called during their sweat session. But, while Lauren is talking to her ex, Audrina refuses to answer her boy Justin's calls. She says it's because she's just looking to have fun, and she thinks the two roomies should focus on new boys.
Over at Bolthouse, Elodie tells Heidi that there's a new job opening for an events director that she hopes to get. Complete with its own office and an assistant, it's her dream job. In fact, Elodie can almost taste the promotion, feeling she deserves it after two years of hard work. But Heidi has also set her sights on the position -- although she's only been at the company for a year, she thinks it might be time to take a step up.
When Heidi gets home, she tells Spencer about the job opening. Although Elodie is interested, Spencer says Heidi is perfect for the job and should be willing to do whatever it takes to get it.
Out on the town, Lauren and Audrina meet Derek and Jarett for their double date. The girls have been looking forward to the night, but when Derek proudly tells Lauren that he only paid 40 cents for his T-shirt at a thrift store, Lauren is quickly turned off.
Then things go from bad to worse when the group makes its way to Les Deux. While there, Derek tells Lauren that he likes her more than any other girl he's ever met and already can't stop thinking about her. But all in a "non-psychotic" kind of way, of course. Yikes! During a bathroom break, Lauren tells Audrina that she's never wanted to stab herself in the eye more than during this date.
At Teen Vogue the next morning, Lauren fills Whitney in on her disastrous date. While mulling over Derek's shortcomings, Lauren realizes that, since she broke up with Jason, none of her relationships seem to go any further than the first date. She's worried she is cursed, but Whitney says she just has standards.
At Bolthouse, Heidi tells her boss, Brent, that she's interested in the new position. Although she thinks she's up to the task, Brent says it's a big step up for her, maybe too big. But, despite the fact that Elodie is more experienced, he's willing to think it over.
While cooking dinner with Audrina and Lo, Lauren gets a call from Jason. While Lauren tells the girls she just wants to be friends, Lo argues that she could never be friends with her bad boy ex. When Audrina asks Lauren how many times she's been in love, Lauren admits that she's only really fallen once -- for Jason.
Poolside, Lauren listens to a voicemail from dime store Derek and can't help but laugh at the fact that he thinks she would ever go out with him again. After a good giggle, though, she tells Audrina that she's worried her standards are too high. Although she doesn't want a perfect guy, she's baffled by her bad luck when it comes to dating.
Meanwhile, Audrina has some news of her own -- she finally talked to Justin and he apologized for his bad behavior. Despite his apology, Audrina thinks the two are better off as friends. Lauren points out that Audrina likes the "good Justin," not the "bad Justin," and then adds that Audrina can't just like half of who a person is. Hmm, maybe Lauren should listen to her own advice!
Back at Bolthouse, Heidi strolls in and -- shocker -- she snagged the job right out from under Elodie's nose. Despite being upset over the situation, Elodie swings by Heidi's new office to congratulate her, and Heidi says she hopes there aren't any hard feelings between them.
Although Audrina and Lauren both vowed to be on the lookout for new guys, it seems like the two still only have eyes for their old flames. While Audrina takes a motorcycle ride with Justin, Lauren finally gets some face time with Jason at a coffee shop.
Meeting for the first time since their breakup, Lauren gives Jason a big hug and a huge smile. Jason brings up their breakup, saying it was really weird for him to cut Lauren out of his life cold turkey. Lauren says she needed a clean break from him, but Jason says it was really difficult and admits that their relationship was hard for him to get over. Lauren can't help but agree. It looks like the two are getting back on track, but where will this rekindled friendship lead?