After the play, Saul and the Rev. Camden are getting some drinks at Saul's restaurant. Rev. Camden quotes some Shakespeare and leans in for a kiss. Saul finally tells him that he is positive. Rev. Camden stops and pulls back. It's not that he is afraid he can get HIV from kissing (you can't) but it's just that he was with a man for 20 years and he struggled with AIDS for the last ten. Rev. Camden just can't go through that again. Saul tries to convince him that he is asymptomatic, always has been, and is a really good kisser, but Rev. Camden just won't do it. Saul looks really sad.
After the hospital, Rebecca heads back to Justin's house. She asks if Nora made Cooper's play, but Justin is more bummed that they missed it. It's THEIR play after all. Rebecca's like, what sort of fucked up shit is that? Because really, Romeo and Juliet is not something to aspire to. Rebecca mutters something about dead star-crossed lovers and Justin quickly back pedals that they can make it work without all that dying. Rebecca pats him on the leg and tells him that her mom isn't getting any better. Also, she got a job in New York. Justin took the opportunity to go to Afghanistan and find himself (before the militants did) and now he's all mature and level-headed. She needs that opportunity, too. She got her dream job as a magical photographer in New York City and she has to take it. Justin looks sad, but understanding. He saw her with her mom trying to make it like it was before and he wanted to do that with her. But Rebecca knows they can't go backwards and Justin seems to agree. It's time to move on. Justin intones, "It's time." And Rebecca answers, "It's time." As the theme song to The Lion King plays, Justin and Rebecca bid farewell to each other.