Poor Jen. She's having a really bad day. See, first Jack told her that he wants to make new friends, and now she sees Charlie with another woman. He's kissing this one in the hallway outside his room. Jen backs around the corner and leans against a wall and looks extremely sad.
Joey and Audrey's room. Audrey is warming up for their jog, whilst Joey lolls on her bed and looks sad. "Okay, Potter! Let's go," Audrey chirps. "I've got my portable fan, I've got my water, I've got my new glitter lipstick, which, by the way, rocks. I am ready to jog!" Joey just stares at the ceiling. "And you're not happy," Audrey states. Joey says that she is happy. And that's the problem. "Uh-huh," Audrey says. "Because you're neurotic?" God bless Audrey. Joey mopes that she shouldn't be happy when Dawson is sad. And she was relieved when he left! She's a horrible person. Horrible! Audrey tells her that she's not horrible, she's just honest. Joey says that she still feels guilty. Audrey plops down on the bed next to How To Make Your Friends Feel Better About The Horrible Thing That Happened To You. "He didn't want the book?" Audrey asks. Joey doesn't know; maybe he forgot it, and maybe it was "his way of telling [her] to butt out." She admits that she doesn't know why she bought it, anyway. She says that she knew she wouldn't be able to tell him how she felt face to face, and she didn't want to do it over email. And letters "Actual letters have a very grandma-hokey, sleepaway-camp feel to them," Audrey says. Well, call me Grandma, then, because I would love to get a proper letter in the mail. Joey explains that she bought the book, and wrote an inscription, and now Dawson will never read it and he'll only remember what a total freak she was all weekend. Or, you know, his panic attack. Audrey looks sympathetic. "What do you say we skip the jog and go straight to the ice cap frappe-y thing?" Audrey asks. Joey smiles at her, and goes to change her clothes. "Audrey?" she says, turning back. "Thank you." Audrey grins. "Hey, try the glitter lipstick. It's really fun," she says, tossing it to Joey, who takes it and disappears into the bathroom. Audrey picks up the book and reads the inscription.