Through voice-over, we hear Charlotte leave Bob a voicemail. She's meeting Charlie Brown and the boys at a club called Orange at 10:00. She'll fax Bob a map, and she hopes he'll meet up with them.
Fax him a map? Did this movie come out in 2003 or 1993?
Bob rolls up at Orange. Turns out it's a strip club. He waits for Charlotte, and looks super-uncomfortable.
Charlie Brown gets a lap dance in the other room. When Charlotte shows up, they're both like, "We need to get out of here ASAP," and they leave.
Bob and Charlotte run through the streets of Tokyo hand-in-hand. Why are they running? Your guess is as good as ours. A billboard for Suntory featuring Bob rolls past. They soak it in.
They arrive at the Park Hyatt, where Kelly's warbling through "Nobody Does It Better, "a.k.a. the theme from The Spy Who Loved Me, in the bar.
It's worth pointing out that The Spy Who Loved Me features Roger Moore as James Bond. Sorry, Bob.
Bob and Charlotte slowly walk past, trying to go undetected. Charlotte wears Bob's sport coat. Once they pass out of Kelly's sight, they start running again. Charlotte laughs hysterically.
Cut to Charlotte in bed. It's the middle of the night, and she can't sleep.
She moves to the couch, and sits there, staring off into space, when a note is slid under her door. It's from Bob. He wants to know if she's awake.
Bob and Charlotte hang out in Bob's room, watching an old movie and splitting a bottle of wine. They reminisce about the first time they saw each other.
Charlotte thinks it was in the bar, when Bob was wearing a tux and mascara after a shoot; she gives him a hard time about the mascara. He tells her that it was actually in the elevator, and gives her a hard time about how little she smiles.
After the movie, they lay in bed and talk. It's not romantic or sexual, but it is really intimate. Charlotte says she's stuck; she doesn't know what she's supposed to do with her life.
They also talk about marriage. Charlotte wants to know if it gets easier. Bob says he and Lydia used to have fun, but kids change everything, not necessarily in a bad way. Your old life disappears the day they're born, but they're also your favorite people you'll ever meet.
Bob reassures Charlotte that she's not hopeless. She's curled up, not exactly in the fetal position. He puts a hand on her feet. Aw.