Alvy and Rob are at an indoor tennis club. Alvy's discussing anti-Semitism, and Rob's once again making the case for moving to sunny California. You know, where they could play tennis outside.
On the court, Rob reintroduces Alvy to his lady-friend, Janet, and Janet introduces Alvy to Annie. Hey, this is the first time Annie and Alvy meet.
They play doubles: Rob and Annie vs. Alvy and Janet. Afterward, Annie awkwardly offers Alvy a ride home in her VW bug. She's an absolutely terrifying driver.
As they say goodbyes at the curb, Annie invites Alvy up for a glass of wine.
Alvy and Annie hang out in Annie's thoroughly messy apartment. It's not quite Hoarders-style, but it's close.
Annie shows off photos of her family, shares a thoroughly odd story about her dead, narcoleptic great-uncle, and tells Alvy about her Grammy Hall's anti-Semitism. Cool stories, Annie.
Up on the rooftop, the conversation turns to photography, and Alvy and Annie are both subtitled: not with what they're saying, but with what they're thinking. They're both worried that the other one thinks they're a doofus.
Alvy asks Annie if she wants to go out Saturday night. She can't because she's singing.
Cut to Annie singing "It Had to Be You" at a nightclub. The crowd isn't paying attention, and the phone's ringing off the hook, but she sounds pretty good. And—look at that—Alvy's there.
Afterwards, Annie thinks she was awful, but Alvy reassures her that she has a great voice.
Then, as they're barreling down the street, he stops her and says they should get their first kiss over with. You know, cut the tension.
They share a quick kiss and then continue on to dinner.
After a quick scene at a diner, where Annie recaps Alvy's two previous marriages, we cut to Alvy and Annie in bed after sex. Rave reviews all around.
Annie lights a joint, and Alvy says that drugs aren't his jam.