Back at the No-Fault Hacienda, the interview has resumed and Abby is holding forth on the subject of teenage girls, and not letting anyone else get a word in. She claims that teenage girls drive trends because they're insecure, and that thus they're easy prey for the media. "I mean, look around this room. Every one of these girls is incredibly insecure. I mean, I can't even speak my mind anymore without stomping on somebody's feelings. I make a cancer joke, and Joey gets upset. Or, I make a crazy joke and Andie gets upset. Or you make a crack about ho-bags and Jen starts humping the couch." Note to Abby: "Sensitive" and "insecure" do not mean the same thing. Jen says, "Oh, screw you, Abby." Abby says, "See what I mean?"
The Bride of Flash tells the cameraman to stop rolling, and addresses Abby: "I think that we've heard enough of your opinions, so, thank you for coming." She gets up and walks toward the door. Abby is incredulous that she's getting the boot: "What about sisterhood and all that bunk about female bonding?" The Bride of Flash says goodnight. Abby says, "What kind of journalist are you? Oh, I know: a trashy one that sleeps around," and stomps out. This last remark causes the remaining occupants of the room to look at each other with reasonable discomfort.