Knoll enters Epstein Bar and spots Ben sitting at the bar. He orders, "Scotch please, straight up," and admits that he's never ordered that before. Knoll, I thought you'd partied at places that were too much for Meghan to handle? What were you drinking, Zima? Knoll proceeds to sit down and badger Ben about Felicity. His opening line is, "Regardless of whether we like to admit it, you and I have actually become friends." When Ben doesn't reply, Knoll says, "I'll take that silence as a confirmation." Knoll continues, "As your friend, I, uh, I don't want to see you make the same mistake that I did." Ben says, "You mean you think you know something about me and Felicity because you dated her two years ago?" Knoll guesses that he and Ben have both had "dumb drunken nights" where they did something they'd never do when they were sober. Ben doesn't really appreciate the implication and states that there's more to this than Knoll knows. Knoll concludes his speech with, "If you push her away because of this, you're going to regret it later, and that I know for sure." He finishes his drink and leaves. Ben goes back to his drink.
Now Ben is on Felicity's doorstep, proposing that they talk about what happened. Ben tells her that he went to the frat house. Felicity starts whimpering that she's sorry and she knows that she should have told him the truth, but she was so drunk she couldn't remember what happened. Ben doesn't take that news too well, but he says that she should have told him that she blacked out instead of lying to him that Randy was in one of her classes. She repeats that she doesn't know what happened, and he tells her that he found out that she and Randy had sex. Ben leaves and she stands there looking like she's about to be ill.
Oh, the Charlie's Angels movie. Remember what I said earlier about making live-action movies of old cartoons? Well, that goes double for making old TV shows into movies, especially when the old shows are crappy to begin with. I'm not interested in seeing Lispy Potato Face (™ Wing Chun), Shrimp Days (™ Gwen) or the alliteratively named chick from Ally McBeal in an action movie. Salon Selectives is touting some product which gives you that "oh so 1998" parted-down-the-middle straight-hair look. Career women find new Philips televisions so much cuter than Lab puppies. That's because they step on puppies on their desperate journeys to the top of the corporate ladder. Omigod, JC Penney is having yet another sale. They have one every week, but this is the biggest sale of all! Whoo! Taco Bell is still pushing Sharona chalupas. Alyssa Milano wants you to save a buck or two with 1-800-COLLECT. Now the WB shows promos for Charmed and Gilmore Girls. Whoa, see what they did there?