We open this week with some saucy jokes (that’s foreshadow joke telling at its worst). Georgia and Jo are sitting in a restaurant and Jo is eating some wings and getting sauce all over her face. Georgia notices that a man sitting at the counter keeps looking over at her and when Jo looks at him he notices that the two are talking about him. He takes this as his cue to head on over and talk to the two. He asks Georgia out and the two agree to go out on a date after Georgia makes sure they will be going out to an actual restaurant and not a drive through. There are also some really bad jokes in this sequence, but the best (worst) is when Georgia tells Jo “You know a wingman is not someone who actually eats wings.” Like any normal person these days you Google a prospective date, stalk their Facebook, twitter, blog, whatever is available on the internet and that’s what Georgia does with her future date. Unfortunately he has a very common name and they can’t seem to track him down. Aunt Honey is listening to this conversation and thinks the girls are crazy. Georgia makes a joke about Aunt Honey being old and Honey delivers what may be my new favorite State of Georgia line, “Honey, don’t make me put my glass down.” (Don’t think I forgot about Going Full Georgia, though).
Jo begins tutoring a math student to make extra money and Aunt Honey soon thinks that he is in love with Jo. Jo doesn’t believe it because who would be in love with her? Georgia asks Jo to continue to search for the real identity of her date, but Jo is coming up empty handed. Georgia decides to ask the guy out on a pre-date so she can learn more about him before their real date on Saturday. While on the date she has Jo on speaker so she can be using this info to narrow down the correct guys for her internet search. This super stealth plan backfires and they don’t find anything new about him to help in the google search. There are tons of red flags waving all about, but Georgia refuses to see them cause he’s fine. The night of the date Jo is tutoring the math student Aunt Honey convinced her was in love with her. Jo believes this and confronts him, afterall he is wearing a suit and carrying a bouquet of flowers. When he tells her they are for his girlfriend she feels stupid as does Aunt Honey.
Meanwhile, Georgia is out on her date with the mystery man. He tells her (after she asks) why he doesn’t have an Internet presence. Everyone has a personal brand these days! He tells her he had a mole removed from his face when he was younger and the doctors used skin from his ass as a graft on his face and kids in his school found out and called him Ass Face. Back on the other side of town (I’m assuming it’s on the other side for story sake), Jo and the math student (well, mostly the math student) start working on a formula or something to find out who Georgia is actually on a date with.
Georgia and her date are eating at the restaurant when Jo and the math student come bursting in and they tell her that he is married. Womp, womp. Maybe Georgia will never find love in the big apple? Maybe she will? Let’s stay tuned to find out!
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