where she yelps that he has to come back to class! She doesn't know what's going on, she admits, but he can't back down when Flip-Flops gets in his face. Oliver snits that she's right: she doesn't know what's going on with him. He basically tells her to butt out and then stomps off like a little girl. Joey looks stunned by the continuing failure of her It. I consider investing in a sleeper sofa, so as to snooze through the rest of this abysmal final season in comfort.
Anyway. Liberty Hell's Kitchen. Joey is looking for Oliver, but he's not there. She noses around until Emma finally reveals that Oliver isn't really a Worthington student. Joey sputters that she totally knew that, but actually does a rather poor job of concealing her shock. My God, people. Oliver is no, I can't say it. It's too horrible, what Oliver does. Okay, I'll whisper it. People, Oliver is auditing a class! Will no one think of the children? Joey decides that she needs to go harass Oliver about this, so she exposits that she's going to snoop around in the personnel files in the office until she finds his address, and then she's going to stalk him.
The most boring movie set in the whole wide world. Whitney is watching the most recent footage of Natasha, which she dubs "adequate instead of abysmal." I wish I could say the same about this episode. Anyhoo, blah blah blah, because Dawson is a genius, he helps the editor recut said adequate footage, while Todd and Whitney argue about how they used to date and how he dumped her for a stripper. That's such a nice story. Eventually, Dawson shows Whitney the recut footage, and she decides that she doesn't want to shut down production anymore. I seriously doubt that any of this plotline is realistic whatsoever. I'm quite sure, however, than none of it is interesting.