Julie, Elena, and Knoll are all seated at the island in the kitchen at the loft as Greg demonstrates the prototype of his portable marshmallow roaster. As she's cramming a S'more into her big gob, Julie says, "So, why would anybody need, like, a forty dollar marshmallow roaster?" Sean replies, "Why does anyone need an in-the-shell egg scrambler?" Knoll says, "They don't." Greg counters, "But they buy them, don't they?" Knoll argues that no one buys them. Julie and Knoll, maybe you two should quit provoking Sean, in whose home you're freeloading, due to his generosity, and, well, to his lust in Julie's case. Ben arrives home and Sean asks him if he had any calls and if the mission was a failure. Ben sighs that he doesn't want to talk about the mission. He asks the group how it's going and Knoll tells him that they're "homeless." Sean explains that they'll be staying at the loft for a few days. Julie asks Ben if he wants a S'more. Ben agrees to a S'more and Sean goes into his demo of the marshmallow roaster but Ben tells him to skip the narration. Julie says, "So, Felicity didn't accept your apology?" Ben wonders if they all know where he went and if Felicity called from the up there to tell them what an idiot he was. Julie clarifies that "she called from down here to tell us what an idiot [he was]." Is it me, or is Julie really enjoying Ben's unhappiness? Ben is surprised that Felicity is already back in the city. Julie tells him "there was this pipe explosion at the dorm," which Knoll translates as a burst water main. I think there must have been a "pipe explosion" in Julie's head at some point. Ben finds out from Julie that Felicity is staying in the cafeteria. Elena advises him not to go to see Felicity and he says he's not going to go there. Ben mutters, "She came back."
In the cafeteria, students are milling around with sleeping bags and brushing their teeth and settling in for the night. Felicity is wandering around with a clipboard, presumably checking up on her advisees. She spies Greg across the room putting a bandage on a girl's finger. Felicity heads over to talk to Greg. He tells her that the minute he got home he was asked to come over and "help out" and he thinks it was "for the best" that they came back early. Felicity apologizes for the weekend not working out the way they had planned." Huh? Greg was the one who decided to call a halt to the festivities, why should Felicity be the one to apologize? I guess because despite all of the clues, Felicity is still blind to Greg's supreme jerkassity. Anyway, she begs to take him out to dinner. Instead of answering her, Greg says, "What about Ben?" Felicity tells him that Ben is from her past and is over "and is not going to get in the way of [her] life anymore." She should have said, "What about Ben?" What kind of response to an invitation is that? Did you want me to invite him along? When someone invites you somewhere, don't answer the question with a question! That is so rude. Felicity ends up begging some more and Greg finally relents to go out with her. Greg really puts the "ass" in class.