Willow had just hung the phone up with Tara, agreeing to meet at McDonalds, when her husband comes in at the end.
"You're meeting who at McDonalds?" James asked.
"Oh... Tara Preston, JJ's biological mother" Willow said.
"You're still on that," sighed James.
"James... don't you want to know the truth?" Willow asked.
"I don't care. Jessie is ours, Willow, let it go," James begged her.
"I can't, ok? I can't," Willow said.
"Fine, do what you want to," James said, walking out of the house.
Friday afternoon Willow and Jessie were at McDonalds waiting on Tara and Blake, so they went ahead and ordered their food - Jessie was hungry. Willow looked up when the door opened, and Tara came in with Blake. They smile, because they recognized each other after two years.
"Hi Willow, how have you been?" Tara asked as she sat down.
"Good, and you?" Willow said.
"Great, actually... This is Blake," Tara said.
"Hi Blake, I'm Willow," Willow said.
"Hiya Willow," Blake said.
"And you must be Jessie," Tara said.
"Mommy?" Jesses said, shying away.
"Shh, it's ok, she's mommy's friend. He's shy," Willow said, looking up.
"I see that," Tara said.
"Hi Blake, want a fry?" Jessie asked.
"Yeah," Blake said as he sat beside him.
Tara saw herself and her husband in Jessie, and Willow saw herself in Blake.
"Jessie, you two go play," Willow said.
"Ok, mommy. C'mon Blake," Jessie said.
So, Tara... What do you think? Do we have the wrong kids?" Willow asked.
"Your son looks like me and my husband... and my kid looks like you," Tara said.
"Yeah, I've noticed," Willow said.
"I don't know what to do," Tara said.
"Me either," Willow said.
"Well... I do know I'll be divorced after this," Tara said.
"Your husband said he would divorce you if you came?!" Willow asked.
"Yeah. Yours?" Tara said.
"No, he was just mad... I'll tell you what, let's have a BBQ - let them think we never met. How about tomorrow?" Willow said.
"Sounds like a plan," Tara said smiling.
"Ok, tomorrow night, at this address," Willow said.
"Wait, that's their birthday! Perfect," Tara said.
"I'll see you tomorrow," Willow said, huggin Tara. 'Damn, she smells good.'
"Ok Willow, I'll see you tomorrow," Tara said. 'She's turning me on.'
The next day James was firing up the grill as everyone arrived. The whole gang came, even Willow's parents, and James's parents. Tara and her husband showed up late; she spotted Willow by the bounce house, and walked over to her.
"Hey you," Tara said smiling.
"Hey, glad you made it," Willow said, smiling.
"Yeah, almost got lost," Tara said laughing.
"So, where's your son?" Willow asked.
"Umm, he spotted a computer in the house. Where's yours?" Tara said.
"In there somewhere. That computer is broken," Willow said.