Jane runs through the pouring rain to Blue Blues, only to find it's shut.
This is just perfect.
Suddenly, Tom opens the door for her. No one had been in that morning since the rain was so wretched, so he had closed up.
But Jane is welcome any time.
Tom lets her into his apartment, which is in the back of the café.
He gives her some dry sweatpants and a sweatshirt to wear.
He also gives her some piping hot soup to warm her up.
Jane notices something—Tom has a jigsaw puzzle on his table.
And Jane loves jigsaw puzzles.
She mentions something about how Tom is gay.
Yeah. Madeline told Jane. She thinks he'll make some man very happy one day.
Um, that's not true, says Tom. He's not gay. Jane must have been thinking of the other Tom, the guy who works in the auto body shop.
Now Jane is hanging out in Tom's apartment, wearing his clothes, blushing furiously. She had allowed herself to be attracted to him because she thought he was off-limits, but it turns out that he's very, very available.