Okay, so I'm a little bitter. Just a little.
Then we have another one of those snippet lead-in montages where a bunch of the students talk about the theme. The Guy I Don't Know says he hates the winter formal because he thinks it's stupid; Kaytee says, "I'm not going to winter formal because [sad-yet-slightly-disgusted-face] why would I?" (awwwwww); Abby says that she's dateless so far, which kinda sucks (yeah? So do you, Abby. It's called karma, you self-centered whiner -- LOOK IT UP. God, I hate her); Saran-Wrap says that she and Robby decided to go to the formal at the last minute (way to romance her, Roadster); some girl I don't know says she's going with Gus; and some other guy I don't know, WHO'S IN HIS SHOWER, says, "I hope she doesn't, like, put the moves on me." Ew. And EW THAT YOU'RE INTERVIEWING YOURSELF IN THE SHOWER. Double ew.
Back at Singers Central, Suzy's telling us that she tried to really encourage herself about this audition and make herself believe that she can do it. "In order for me to have a happy life," she says, "I have to be a singer." We hear bits of her audition, and she's not bad; in fact, she's got a lovely voice. And she's got a lovely face. And she's a lovely person. Suzy! Call me! You need about eighteen doses of self-love, girlfriend. Truly.
After the weekend, Tiffany tells us that she had the worst weekend ever. It turns out that Drew invited her over to his house, but when she got there, Drew was with another girl. "I was so hurt," she says, "I felt like my heart had just been stomped on." So, she wrote him an email, and he wrote her back and basically said that he's got something going with this chick, but that doesn't mean he doesn't value her friendship and that he loves her like a sister.