Upstairs, Danny’s nervous about Mindy’s usual lack of personal space boundaries (she barges into his bedroom and ruins his, and decides they need to talk about Mindy’s misplaced feelings (but not before Mindy awkwardly and hilariously admits to farting in bed). Meanwhile, the crazy downstairs neighbor has let herself into the apartment, feeling it’s her duty to tell “Chloe” that she and Danny “cheated.”
Cliff shows up to Mindy’s apartment, but not before Morgan and Peter have set up an impromptu Annual Veterans Day Party to hide Mindy’s absence (because coming clean was just too easy). Morgan invites Heather (Ellie Kemper), Mindy’s neighbor and former nemesis, as a distraction (to buy time, as she never shuts up); after several rounds of board games and an awkward one-sided confession by Cliff, Morgan and Peter are forced to come clean. A sexually frustrated Cliff tells Morgan to delete the texts, and then takes Heather up on her sex invitation.
Back at Danny’s apartment, “Chloe” learns that the “hookup” was more of a friendly relationship, and forces him to apologize to his neighbor, but they both let slip that “Chloe” is actually Mindy. After embracing convincingly to make their story stick, the neighbor observes, “This is real. Danny never looked at me like that.” And yes, the lights come on in Danny’s head. “I’m into Mindy,” they say.
Of course, the next morning he’s disappointed to find that Mindy’s crush is actually Cliff.
Meanwhile, Mindy, who’s resolved to call Cliff, gets a disappointing voicemail from Heather alluding to the sex they had. And then…a flood of texts. Complete with winky faces.