In the kitchen, Felicity is telling Ben that she only has three days to prepare for the Philosophy final, as well as help Knoll with Loser Pet Store. Molly comes in, looking like ten miles of rough road, to pick up some of her stuff. Felicity bleats to her to get help and Ben tosses in a "c'mon, Molly," but she mumbles, "Don't worry about me," and leaves.
On Sean's sleeping platform at the loft, Meghan murmurs some bland, sweet nothings about "trying again" while he sits morosely on the end of the bed. He leaves and she follows him downstairs talking about "giving it some time." He protests that they've given it four weeks. As they start to discuss his apparent impotence, Richard bursts in proclaiming himself "the most brilliant president in student body history." Why don't these people lock their damn doors? Richard looks at the tableau that he's stumbled upon and asks if they've just had sex or if they're just about to. Sean asks him to get to the point. Richard has dreamt up an idea to bolster the "student fund," which is to produce a calendar full of pictures of "scantily clad" co-eds. Meghan points out that will only appeal to a limited market, and that he needs two calendars. Richard claims that since he's still not gay, he won't be able to pick out models for the male calendar, and Meghan offers to do it. Bitchard snorts, "Right, as if you know when a guy's cute." It's not like she's suggesting that you be one of the models, dude. Sean takes exception to the remark and stomps upstairs. Meghan calls Richard "insensitive" and follows Sean. Bitchard yells after them and asks to come up. A second later, he is felled by pillow thrown from above.
Felicity and Knoll go to see Professor Morrison at Icebox.com. He compliments Felicity's work and tells them that there's one production slot about to open up and that, to be considered for it, they have to "have a detailed outline of the first cartoon, and two- or three-paragraph descriptions of the next twenty episodes." Felicity is aghast at the request for twenty outlines and she tries to back out of it, but Knoll agrees to do it.
Elena and Tracy walk out of a building together, discussing an exam question. She keeps walking but Tracy stops and says, "This is the part where we usually go grab a bite and then go to the park and hang out for a while, and then go back to your place or mine, and make out until it drove [sic] us insane." Elena smiles and nods and Tracy declares it to be "a mess." She counters that "it doesn't have to be." He snipes, "It's not your place to say," then tells her that he spoke to his minister about the situation. The minister advised Tracy that he has to decide whether to let go of the past or not, and whether to forgive or not. Elena states that she hopes he'll forgive her. Well, good luck with that. Tracy sticks out his hand for her shake and says, "Friends?" Elena takes his hand and concedes that "it's a start." They awkwardly part company.