We come back to the Abbott House the next day, lunchtime. Bright tells Amy not to say anything, that he already feels guilty enough. Amy, just as clueless as Edna was the day before, is like, "Hello, guilty conscience. I just came to tell you that I took the trash out so you don't have to." Heh. Bright keeps on making his sandwich. Amy asks Bright what he did. He won't tell. Amy says it's fine, she doesn't have the energy to listen anyway. But, she adds, she does have some advice for him. Bright sighs and rolls his eyes out of his head. Amy tells her brother to hear her out, as someone who's done therapy, yoga, and anti-depressants. "You can't keep shutting people out, Bright. I know you think you can because you'll keep finding new doors to open, but the fact is, they're not there. There actually are a limited number of doors, and an extremely limited number of great people who really, really care. So just work it out with whoever. And start soon, because it's really hard losing people. But it's harder getting them back." Cheesy, but AWESOME. Amy says that's all she has, and Bright looks like he might actually have listened.
Cut to Nina's. Hannah is on her bed, crying and writing furiously in her journal. Hee. Sorry, it's not funny. Nina comes in and asks what's wrong. Hannah says she thinks it's real stupid when people tell you to put yourself out there, and really risk something, because it's not true that it ever works out. "And personally, I think it is a very bad idea. Unwise." She says she can't believe she told "him" she liked him, because he doesn't like her back, and now she looks like an enormous idiot. Nina says she does not, and she's actually incredibly brave. "It takes guts to tell someone you like them. And you know what? It almost doesn't matter what they say back. Just the fact that you had the courage to say it means that you are the kind of girl that gets the guy. Not all the guys, but the right guy." I wish Nina were MY stand-in guardian! Hannah says it was fun to think about him, and she liked liking him. Nina votes they skip dinner that night and go straight to dessert. Hannah says she likes that idea. Nina says she almost forgot, someone left something by the door for her. It's a four-pack of baby ketchups. Aw, Bright! Hannah gets all happy. "Ketchup children!" There's a note. Hannah opens it, and it reads, "I'm sorry!" Beautiful.