Warren was good at picking up the general emotions of people around him. He could sense how tense Ororo was and resorted to telling bad jokes and humorous anecdotes from work to loosen her up and get her laughing a bit. As much as he enjoyed being in control and running a tight ship at Worthington Industries, it was really nice to just relax and be himself with the first woman who'd told him he always had a home there, and she would always help him.
When the knock came to the door Warren turned his head to see Kitty standing there. He stood with a smile on his face. "Kitty, you look entirely too lovely to be seen with the likes of me." He bent to grab the bouquet of half a dozen white roses and brought them over to her, giving her a kiss on the cheek in greeting. "I couldn't not bring you flowers," he told her with a wink.
Turning back to say goodnight to Ororo, he gave her one of his winning grins. "I promise not to have her out too late. We're staying local. Have a good night, Ro. We'll talk soon." He extended his arm to Kitty and said, "My lady."