Noel tells someone on the telephone, "Put them wherever you want." Apparently, he's making arrangements for the annoying freshmen women. Javier knocks on the door, and enters, carrying a plant and explaining that he needs some guidance. Noel flatly asks what Javier wants. Javier says that his Gay and Lesbian Studies professor has a terrible accent, and Javier can't understand him. Also, Javier wants them to switch to rolls of toilet paper instead of the little squares. Noel non-sequiturs that his predecessor did the job for fourteen years. Javier is confused. Noel says that he's only been doing it a short time, and he already hates the people with their "mind-numbing problems." Yeah, it's called not being self-centered, Noel. Just because you think that the problems are mind-numbing doesn't mean they aren't important to the people with the problems. It's called a service industry, and you work in it, so get over yourself. Noel lists some problems that would so not be under his area of purview, but whatever. Noel says that his job was supposed to be a stepping stone, and it will be, and everyone else's problems will have to wait. Javier says that he guesses that he "can live with the squares a little longer," and picks up his plant and walks out. What was with the plant?
Felicity nervously starts her critique session while Cavallo watches. Apparently, the assignment was to draw a spoon. Felicity explains that she did it as a freshman. Felicity picks out one drawing, which is of a face instead of a spoon. The artist apologizes for not following the letter of the assignment. Felicity likes it anyway. Cavallo notes that it didn't fulfill the requirements of the assignment. Felicity argues that the artist went beyond the requirements. Cavallo isn't having it, and takes over the critique while Felicity looks embarrassed, but tries to cover.
Elena returns to her suite and hears voices inside. When she opens the door, she finds Richard moving a big plant around for...the two annoying freshman women, who are moving in. Their names are Tammy and Gaby, and they're moving in. I'm just going to refer to them collectively as The Tabbies unless it's necessary to figure out which is which. I hope that it won't be. The Tabbies introduce themselves to Elena, who asks what the hell is going on. I guess they moved all of Elena's stuff into a new room and put it exactly as it was in her old room. I don't know why. I'm not going to try to figure it out. The Tabbies explain that "Richard's friend, Noel" assigned them the rooms. Richard comments that sometimes he wonders why he's still friends with Noel, and then Noel brings pretty women into Richard's life. The Tabbies scatter. Richard comments to Elena that The Tabbies are "fine fillies waiting to be tamed." Elena looks, as you would expect, disgusted. I hope she kicks some ass later. Techno music plays loudly in the background as Elena examines the clothes in her closet.