Cut to Michelle sitting on the edge of Jaeda's bed. Jaeda is under the covers and has either a giant retainer or Ziploc baggie of cookies on her chest. Michelle, completely out of context, says that she doesn't tell people whom she likes. Hmmm, okay. Jaeda asks Michelle if she's ever had a boyfriend. She hasn't. Michelle interviews that, all her life, she's been hiding that she doesn't know who she is. She's still finding herself, and she's finally able to admit that she has no idea. Okay, that sounds pretty vague. You know what's not vague, though? The next cut to Michelle saying to Jaeda, "I might be...gay." You know who is the lesbo super-sleuth? That's right, bitches -- yours truly. I'm like a Bloodhound Gang of one. Don't ever send me footage of yourself; otherwise I'll have to discover and tell the world that you're gay, too. Michelle adds that she just doesn't know if she is or not. Oh, yes she does. I mean, come on, there, Mickey. Brooke looks absolutely scandalized about the whole thing, in a smiley way. Brooke probably thought that lesbians were some sort of urban legend, like unicorns, or Bill Gates giving you a million dollars for forwarding that email.
Eugena interviews that she doesn't know if Michelle came out of the closet or not, but that she's straddling the fence. What looks like a fence is actually Sheryl Swoopes. Melrose tells Michelle that she looks like she's more comfortable with herself. Michelle says that she was scared of it before, but now she's like, "Whatever." Michelle, honey, if you need some sort of lesbian advisor/mentor, you just call Mama Potes. Gay is OKAY!
Michelle and Amanda walk down some stairs and to the phone booth. Amanda says, "Wow, twin." Michelle says that she came out kind of randomly, and then adds that she didn't say that she was gay; she said she didn't know if she was gay, because, in fact, she doesn't know. You know who usually don't wonder if they're gay? Straight people. ["Eh, there's always doubt. You see a Lauren Graham and you think, 'Sure, I could do a three-day gay for that." -- Wing Chun] Amanda interviews that she kind of avoided talking about it, because she didn't want to make it into a big deal, and in fact just wanted it to go away. That's not very supportive, you homophobe! As Michelle will soon learn, the best part of being a lesbian is that you can call other people homophobes at pretty much any time. Also, you get to kiss other girls. What's clear is that Michelle wants to talk about it. She tells Amanda, "I told you before, right?" Amanda gives a little "Yeah," and tries to untangle the phone cord. You know that, inside, Amanda is like, "MY BIG-MOUTHED DYKEY SISTER IS RUINING MY CHANCES OF BECOMING AMERICA'S NEXT TOP TWIN MODEL!!! KEEP YOUR CARPET MUNCHING TO YOURSELF, GAY TWIN!!!"