The end of day 21
- Jane has to wait two hours for her flight. The dejected and lonely class boards last, we guess.
- Suddenly, her name is called on the loudspeaker: there's a gentleman looking for her.
- Well, they use the term gentleman loosely; it's Martin.
- He tries to tell her that his love for her was real, but she's not buying what he's selling.
- Suddenly, another man races up. It's Mr. Nobley.
- Jane gets mad at him too, accusing him of being "paid to kiss [her]" (20.47). But Mr. Nobley tells her that what they had was real.
- Nobley and Martin throw some punches, but Jane separates them.
- Jane's flight is announced for boarding, and she leaves the two of them behind.
- But then Mr. Nobley boards the plane. He introduces himself as Henry Jenkins and sits next to her.
- He tells Jane that he wants a shot at forever. Persistence pays off. Jane, wanting "a man as crazy intense as [she is]," says yes, and he follows her all the way back to New York City.