Mindy wants to turn the rooftop into a beautiful gazebo garden and serenity space, but she’s outvoted by Danny, Jeremy, and Peter, who want a grill and basketball court. Later, Mindy trips over Peter and Morgan wrestling on the floor, and is cheekily insulted by Peter for the umpteenth time.
Mindy (whose trademark is being oblivious to her own turn-off potential) can’t figure out why Peter doesn’t like her, and Danny suggests that Peter doesn’t know her well enough, and suggests that she take him out to lunch. And so Mindy takes Peter to USA Girl Place, filled with little girls, dollies, tea cakes, and “the best chicken tenders ever.” Peter calls out Mindy for being too self-involved to choose a place they both like. “You only wanna do things you wanna do,” he explains, and Mindy’s left back at square one. Danny tells Mindy to come to Peter’s Ultimate Fighting match to try to make up for her obliviousness.
Meanwhile, Morgan and Tamra plan to put up the gazebo as a surprise for Mindy, and Morgan tries to put the moves on Tamra by offering to take her to a Chinese food restaurant (where the patrons give you their extra food outside) after having been disappointed on her anniversary by her often-discussed boyfriend, Ray-Ron. Tamra rebuffs Morgan politely.
Mindy ends up having to cancel her sushi date with critic Jason Richman (but tells him to order Danny’s favorite) en route to the Ultimate Fighting arena. Girly-girl Mindy already sticks out like a sore thumb while ordering beers (“I asked for mojitos but they didn’t have the muddling equipment”) and engaging in graphic medical talk with the hot ring girl (Kendra WIlkinson), a patient of hers.