Eric and Turtle share a look of disgust and disdain when Vince gives his half-comprehensible theory that breaking up is wrong, because it's hurtful, and you should just let things drag on forever. I have no idea what I'm supposed to think about Vince, because there's nothing there and the guys continually give contradicting responses to his meaningless words. Maybe it's at this point that Drama says that Kimmel is an asshole. He says it in every scene, so I might have forgotten to mention that. Kimmel just let him drift away without so much as a goodbye, just like Vince does with girls. Then they have a weird conversation about how Vince never broke up with anybody, just started screwing around on them, and how does he get away with it? It's a mystery. I think it's star quality.
Debi Mazar -- fresh from the Frog, where they replayed her 7th Heaven appearance mere hours after I mentioned it in this episode's recaplet -- is futzing around in some boutique with the boys while yelling at Vince for not notifying her of the appearance tonight. Why is she yelling? Who is she, and what is she to Vince? I guess we'll just have to wait to find out. Eric says that it only came up last night, and she replies that there is a right and wrong way to go about doing things, inserting a toss of the finger when he asks which this is, and explains further, "You don't make a plan without consulting me, you don't circumvent the system," because there are "consequences." Debi looks pretty and I'm sorry I ever called her the female Udo Kier. Plus I love her saying that there are consequences.