At the loft, a cute chef guy is cooking omelettes as part of his roommate interview. Julie arrives and bemoans the fact that she "can't even boil an egg." You forgot to add that you can't sing or play guitar either, if you're cataloguing your inadequacies. Sean says that she makes a "mean bowl of cereal." Julie mentions that she's had a crazy day and she tells cute chef guy that he's "going to really love living here," and she leaves the room.
At Epstein Bar, Knoll spots Ruby and he apologizes to her by saying that he "was sort of a jerk the other day." Ruby says, "Sort of?" Knoll replies, "But not as bad as my friend, right?" She tells him that's nothing "to be too proud of." They start talking iMac and E Machine specs and Ruby tells him she bought an iMac. Knoll gets a little charge (and I do mean little) out of that and he proclaims Ruby a "Mac person." I'm on my fifth Macintosh, and I've never called myself a "Mac person," and now I never will.
Elena comes to Felicity's room to passively-aggressively badger her some more about dropping out of Pre-Med. She asks to see what Felicity has drawn, and when she shows her a sketch of a hand, Elena pronounces that it is "pretty good." Maybe Felicity can do sketches for anatomy textbooks, and then they'd both be happy. Felicity worries aloud about the critique, AGAIN. Okay, we get it! Elena says, "I don't want to get all mushy or anything, but um, I'm proud of you, you made a tough decision and you're sticking to it." Instead of stopping there, she has to stick the knife in once more, and say that Felicity is making her life hell. Way to be supportive, Elena.
Felicity walks into the art class and hands Professor Sherman, who is thankfully still not revealing her boobs, her sketch. The professor asks the class for comments. When no one volunteers, she starts viciously deconstructing the drawing. Then all the toadies in the class start trashing the drawing. Professor Sherman Tank praises a lame-ass drawing of a knapsack over Felicity's drawing. Hey lady, why don't you learn to draw on some eyebrows before you start dissing other people's drawings? Why the hell would people who are drawing experts take the class? That's why they're there, TO LEARN and to be coached, not to be humiliated. Man, I so would not put up with they Gestapo teaching tactics that are prevalent on hour-long television dramedies. Knoll finally pipes up, "I think the detailing is nice." Sherman Tank immediately derails him and moves on to trashing the perspective, "which doesn't work at all." Yeah, I've got your perspective, RIGHT HERE!