Blind dating plot
This usually means that the start of the episode has nearly nothing to do with the ending.
Not to be confused with a Malignant Plot Tumor which is where what seems to be the B-Plot (or even C) turns out to be the A-Plot. If the plot switch occurs while wrapping up the story, it's a Gainax Ending. Can seem similar to First Law of Tragicomedies, but that only applies to a specific change in tone (comedy to tragedy), where the plot is unaffected.
But he does not understand Esther’s desire to write poetry, and when he confesses that he slept with a waitress while dating Esther, Esther thinks him a hypocrite and decides she cannot marry him.
She sets out to lose her virginity as though in pursuit of the answer to an important mystery.
The sponsors of their trip wine and dine them and shower them with presents.
Esther knows she should be having the time of her life, but she feels deadened.
Buddy Willard, her college boyfriend, is recovering from tuberculosis in a sanitarium, and wants to marry Esther when he regains his health.
To an outside observer, Buddy appears to be the ideal mate: he is handsome, gentle, intelligent, and ambitious.
A 29-year-old girl who earnestly believes in true love despite her countless failures in previous relationships.
After their break-up, Se-ah's convinced that women (including herself) can do without men.