In a large, empty lecture hall, Knoll uses the opportunity to lecture Ruby about telling Wade about the baby. He has the nerve to call her selfish. He throws it up in her face that she cut him out of the decision-making process when they thought that he was the father. Butt out, Knoll! Maybe you've heard about the choice that women have in deciding whether or not to carry a fetus to term? Well, when a woman chooses to have a baby, she also gets to choose whether she's going to involve the father in her life. Not that it's any of your business, any way.
Ben is looking at one of Richard's posters about Greg, which is tacked to the famous bulletin board, when Felicity appears and asks him if he was responsible for the posters. Ben says that he isn't and she says that she knew he wasn't.
There's an all-candidates debate in an auditorium. Keith says that he's not in favour of funding all school groups. Carol says that she is and Keith replies that the "hacky sack club" is not one of his priorities. Richard pipes up that it's one of his. Javier is sitting in the audience with Ben and Javier sighs and says, "Our little Felicity, I'm so proud of her." Richard reiterates his Free Pizza Fridays platform and then a student asks Greg about the allegations concerning his arrest. Greg admits that it's true and goes on to say that he wishes he had been "more up-front about it." Meghan stands up and says, "Hey, who here hasn't been addicted to drugs and arrested?" Everyone in the audience turns to look at her. Another student asks what else Greg is hiding. Greg claims that he isn't hiding anything else. Someone else asks if he sold or just used cocaine, and if it was only coke. Felicity jumps to his defense and employs the everybody-makes-mistakes gambit. Once she gets rolling in her speech, Javier snaps a few photographs of her. When she's finished speaking, Meghan stands up again and says, "Let's hear it for Greg Stenson." No one joins in her applause.
There's a party going on at Epstein Bar and Felicity's voice-over says, "If what happened to Greg at that debate, happened to me, I would have transferred to a different college, but he was really brave. He was able to put that whole thing behind him and not even dwell on it." Oh, puh-leeze. Whatever, Felicity. A young woman, who is the outgoing president, steps up to the mike to announce the election results. Why are they being announced at a bar? Anyway, there's a tie. Richard and Carol will be the new co-presidents. Richard, gracious to a fault, says, "A tie? This was supposed to be a victory party. That was the point, I was going to rub it in everybody's faces." Felicity asks Greg how they're supposed to act like "good losers." Well, Greg is an expert on being a loser but I don't think he's good at anything. He asks if she will go anyway with him for the weekend and she says they should start with having dinner in town, first. Knoll and Julie are at a table and he tells her that Ruby is going to call Wade. Julie thinks "that's great." Knoll tells her that her advice was "really wise." Julie admits that no one has ever called her wise before. Consider the source, Julie. You two buttinskis wouldn't know from wisdom if it came up and clunked your heads together. Felicity comes by the table and asks them if they've seen Ben. Julie tells her that he isn't feeling well.