Penny goes to a dance party at The Bluffs in Windenburg, and a guy on the dance floor catches her eye. They flirt with each other, and Penny moves in to introduce herself. His name is Farhan Boyd, and Penny enjoys his company for a hedonistic evening of dance, drinks and romance.
Penny Pizzazz knocks on her neighbour’s door to complain about loud noises. Cat Espinosa answers the door in a towel and excitedly reveals that she and her boyfriend Karim admitted they’re both in love with each other. That’s huge news, and being a romantic, Penny encourages her friend to get back in there with him and celebrate.
Karaoke is a popular pastime of San Myshuno dwellers, and the Waterside Warble is a popular venue. It’s contest night, so Penny performs a rendition of the song “Weekender” for a small audience of barflys. She doesn’t win, but has fun and got to practice singing.
Penny gets to know Omar Jaouad better, and after a lot of flirting, she eventually invites him up to her apartment. There’s chemistry between them that she can’t deny, and he ends up staying for an entire weekend of WooHoo, only stopping for rest, showers and food.
Waiting for her food stall order, Penny chats with a handsome guy she’s noticed who visits here often. Omar Jaouad admits he lives over in the Arts Quarter, but visits the Fashion District for the food stalls and because he likes the locals.
Hanging out at Planet Honey Pop after work, Penny is approached by a cute guy at the bar. J Huntington III greets Penny with one of his best pickup lines, and it works like a charm. Impressed, Penny decides to let J entertain her for the rest of the night.
It’s a good idea to stay in your landlord’s good graces, so Penny and her friend and neighbour Cat Espinosa invite him out for dinner at Sunny Side Up Diner. Cat’s apartment is always in need of some TLC, so she often requires calling landlord Norio Sasaki over to fix the problems.