Macy and Wes are learning all kinds of things about each other: his phobia of clowns, her getting puked on in 5th grade. You know, the important stuff.
But there is some serious stuff, too, like how Wes worries about Bert…
Who, by the way, is now on his way to his annual Armageddon club social (What? This exists?), doused in way too much cologne.
Macy comes into Wes and Bert's house for the first time and helps Bert decide what to wear.
When he leaves, Wes asks Macy if she wants to come with him to a party to drop off some car parts for a friend. She says okay.
When they get there, Kristy pounces.
She's hopping mad, thinking they're on a date and Macy didn't tell her.
Macy explains the situation, and Kristy pulls her into a drinking game with some guy friends of hers. Oh, dear—this won't end well.
By the time Wes finds her, she's pretty tipsy.
Kristy drags her away again to talk to some guy, who turns out to be a total creep. He starts coming on way to strong, and when Macy loses her balance trying to fight him off, who's suddenly there to catch her? Our hero: Wes.
Macy grabs his hand for dear life as he helps her to the car.
He takes her back to her house, but they sit in the driveway for hours, talking.
Playing Truth again, Macy tells Wes she wishes she weren't so afraid—of being spontaneous, of talking to her mom.
Wes's response is so sweet that Macy tells him how wonderful he is, and they almost—almost—kiss.
But they don't. And the game continues.
Macy asks Wes what one thing he would do, if he could do anything. But he won't answer. Huh?
So now, if Macy answers his next question, she wins.
But he refuses to ask. He tells her he'll ask the final question sometime soon. Interesting…
Just then, Macy's mom drives up, so they say goodbye, and Macy goes inside.