Julie is running across the street with her guitar when she gets hit by a bus. Oh wait, that was last season and it was Todd. Julie makes it to the recording studio where a helpful tech informs her that Eric has a reputation as quite the ladies' man. Julie is so shocked she forgets to put on her headphones. I refuse to devote any more time to that storyline. Thankfully, they cut just before Julie was going to start "singing."
Ruby hears a knock and opens her door. It seems like no one is there, but then she sees a three-armed frog talking to her. Of course, it's Knoll. Ruby says, "What is it?" and Knoll says, "A peace offering." Ruby says, "No, I mean, what IS it?" and Knoll looks at it and says he doesn't know, but Elena made it. Ruby says it's cute, but she's still mad. Knoll apologizes and says he got lost up there. Ruby says that he is a great TA and he tells her that she's a brainiac. Nice to see a relationship based on lies, isn't it?
Felicity walks down the street, and then she's in a restaurant with her father. Her dad says her mom won't forgive him for telling Felicity about their separation. Felicity says she talked to her mom on the phone, and didn't let on that she knew, so her mom can tell her when she gets there. Felicity also apologizes for what she said previously. Her dad asks her how the library was last night, and Felicity says it was okay, and that she got a lot of studying done. In a voice-over, she says she didn't want to tell her dad about the pool, or "that I'm in trouble, because he's in trouble too. I guess we both are." Then it says "To Be Continued," as if all of these episodes aren't continuations of the previous ones. It's just a lame marketing attempt to get you to watch next week's super-special episode.