It's a good teaching moment for him. Save the romance for someone who you know is totally into you and will appreciate it. You can't expect a perfect outcome just because you put in a lot of effort. Frankly, more boys need to learn this lesson earlier.
Speaking of romance, I also tire of hearing about Jack and Rebecca's "love for the ages." I don't even really see it so much rather than hear it over and over again. Show me, don't tell me. I see it from Miguel, like when he gives Rebecca something to look forward to that he knows she enjoys (the TV show) when she's stressed about her doctor's appointment. That is very thoughtful and romantic to me--like when Rebecca's mom talked about her husband making her a Tom Collins to drink when she watched the Mary Tyler Moore show. 😊
Kate and Toby continue their drama. Toby needs to be more up front about stuff, like not bothering to mention that Cara tried to kiss him. Poor Kate invited Cara over to the house for Toby's birthday! WTF, I would feel like a fool in that situation. I can't believe Kate thought a good birthday present for Toby would be going to a support group for parents of blind children. That seems like a great idea, but a horrible birthday present. A birthday present should be for the individual and unless they specifically ask for it or you know for sure that they would like it, something fun rather than practical.
Randall, Randall, Randall. You are insufferable. And of course he turns out to be right so he can be self-righteous about it to poor Miguel. Not that he acted so horribly after they found out he was right but Miguel immediately ate crow which annoyed me. It's probably harder to notice someone's decline when you see them every day.