„Barátság extrákkal” változatai közötti eltérés

Mivel Dylan senkit nem ismer a városban, Jamie és közte ismeretség, majd barátság szövődik. Azonban megegyeznek, hogy nem akarnak erős érzelmi kötődésű kapcsolatot, viszont a szexet jó lenne gyakorolni egymással.
 
Néhány hetes harmonikus együttlét után Jamie úgy érzi, hogy jó lenne másokkal is randizni. Ezt megbeszélik Dylannel, aki semmiféle akadályt nem gördít a dolog elé, így egy darabig nem találkoznak. Jamie találkozik Parkerrel, aki onkológus, és azért tetszik meg neki, mert egy parkban úgy látja, hogy a férfi a fákat nézi a lányok helyett. (Később kiderül, hogy a fáradtságtól állva aludt). Öt randi után (Jamie házi szabálya, hogy öt randi előtt nem fekszik le senkivel) a férfi ott marad nála éjszakára, azonban másnap reggel megpróbál észrevétlenül elslisszolni. Jamie észreveszi, amint éppen kávét vett kettőjüknek az utcán. A férfi bevallja, hogy csak egyéjszakás kalandra kellett neki a lány.
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Jamie meets Parker, an [[Oncology|oncologist]], and they begin dating. After five dates, they consummate their relationship, only to break up the next morning. Trying to be sympathetic and to console her, Dylan suggests she travels with him to California over the [[Fourth of July]] weekend, while he visits his family. Initially hesitant, Jamie agrees after much persistence from Dylan. They fly to Los Angeles, where Jamie meets his sister Annie, nephew Sammy, and father, who suffers from the early stages of [[Alzheimer's disease]]. While in California, they begin to develop strong emotional romantic feelings for each other, and share a passionate kiss, which leads to a night of close intimacy unlike any other they had shared before. However, the next day, Jamie overhears a conversation between Annie and Dylan, where Annie suspects Dylan and Jamie like each other, though he insists otherwise and says Jamie is too "fucked up" for him to date. Hurt, she flies back to New York. A few days later, Dylan returns to New York, trying to reconcile his friendship with Jamie and find out why she has been ignoring him. He finally finds Jamie, and she informs him she overheard everything he said and has no interest in maintaining any kind of a friendship with him.
After several trysts together, Jamie comes to the realization that this is not really what she wants and she would like to start dating again. She tells Dylan that they need to stop.
 
Jamie meets Parker, an [[Oncology|oncologist]], and they begin dating. After five dates, they consummate their relationship, only to break up the next morning. Trying to be sympathetic and to console her, Dylan suggests she travels with him to California over the [[Fourth of July]] weekend, while he visits his family. Initially hesitant, Jamie agrees after much persistence from Dylan. They fly to Los Angeles, where Jamie meets his sister Annie, nephew Sammy, and father, who suffers from the early stages of [[Alzheimer's disease]]. While in California, they begin to develop strong emotional romantic feelings for each other, and share a passionate kiss, which leads to a night of close intimacy unlike any other they had shared before. However, the next day, Jamie overhears a conversation between Annie and Dylan, where Annie suspects Dylan and Jamie like each other, though he insists otherwise and says Jamie is too "fucked up" for him to date. Hurt, she flies back to New York. A few days later, Dylan returns to New York, trying to reconcile his friendship with Jamie and find out why she has been ignoring him. He finally finds Jamie, and she informs him she overheard everything he said and has no interest in maintaining any kind of a friendship with him.
 
Soon after this, Jamie discovers that Dylan may be leaving the ''GQ'' position for another job before the year elapses on his contract, which would affect her commission. She confronts Dylan about this, which leads to another argument. Both begin to do some soul searching trying to come to terms with their feelings about their relationship. Jamie spends time with her mother, Lorna, while Dylan discusses it with Annie over the phone. His sister informs him that their father will be flying to [[Newark Liberty International Airport|Newark]] and he needs to be picked up at the airport. While at the airport, his father, in a moment of Alzheimer's-induced confusion, incorrectly recognizes a passer-by as a woman from his past. Dylan asks him about the woman. After regaining his lucidity, his father says that she was a woman he met in the Navy and "the love of my life". He also states that he regrets decisions he made in his youth to let her go. Dylan's father tells him not to do the same thing, and to reconcile with Jamie if there is any chance of saving the relationship.