- Against all odds, my friendship with Matty
was stronger than ever.
He'd even admitted to me that I was right
to tell him not to transfer to Wycoff.
It felt great, or at least it would have
if I didn't feel so bad about getting Jake fired.
And if I wasn't so worried about work.
And if I didn't have a hangover
the size of a small country.
I feel awful.
This is the worst thingwe've ever done to Jake.
- [clears throat]
- Okay, this isthe second-worst thing
we've ever done to Jake.
- I keep trying to reach him,
but he's straight-up icing me.
- You've reached Jake Rosati,
Palos Hills Country Club manager.
Leave a message.- Jake.
Again, we are all so, so sorry
for getting you fired and notinviting you to the party.
We are jerks.Come on, guys.
Tell Jake what jerks we are.- We're the biggest jerks.
- Jake, come getbreakfast with us.
- Apologies, bitch.
- Everyone, please stop yelling.
- Just call me.
That's likethe eighth message I've left.
He must be super pissed.- We have to fix this.
- The only fixfor this kind of hangover
is hair of the dog.
- Oh, my God.
Fix the negative effectsof booze
with more booze.
- Yeah, man.That's just science.
- No, no, no, Jake's mad at us
for not inviting himto our party,
so let's throw him a party.
- Put 'em up, Jenna.
Citizen's arrestby the logic police.
Jake isn't answeringtexts or calls,
you think he's gonnaanswer an e-vite?
- It'll be a surprise party.
- In fact, since he justmissed a kickback,
let's take it up a notchand throw him a rager.
- We'll make it up to Jake.It'll be a Jake-up.
Or is thatwhen I broke up with him?
- And I'll host--my parentsare taking Morgan
to see her grandparentsthis weekend,
and I already bailedbecause their house
always smells like instant soup.
- I'll get the booze.
- I'll take thiswhen you're ready.
- Oh, [bleep], my wallet'sin my locker at the club.
- So are our purses.
- In my car, at the club.
- Looks like it's timeto dine and ditch.
- Cash or charge, hon?