In an interview with Sean on the street, Ben describes the apartment as a "hell hole." Cut to Felicity saying that it needs to be cleaned. The action goes back and forth between them, with Ben dissing the place and Felicity kvelling over it. Felicity asks Sean if Ben loves the apartment. Sean says Ben does, right before cutting to a scene in which Ben states that he hates the place.
Visa commercial with the Ritchie Valens song Donna as the soundtrack. Jetta commercial which postulates that men love gadgetry. Sprint PCS commercial. Levi's commercial featuring the morons trying on jeans in a changeroom. Gilmore Girls promo.
Richard is now riding in a cab and being interviewed by Sean. He's still obsessing over Knoll's whereabouts, and vows to find him. Yeah, whether he wants to be found or not. ["Or whether we, the viewing audience, want him to be found." -- Wing Chun]
Ben brings Sean over to see the Brooklyn apartment. Sean just shakes his head and repeats, "No, oh no." While they're there, the plumbing starts to get noisy. Ben gets some water from the tap and it is quite rusty looking. He asks Sean what to do. Sean asks how long Felicity will be out. Ben tells him that she's at a seminar and will be gone for a few hours. Sean begins to formulate a plan.
Javier reminisces on the street about his mother's wanting him to go to university ever since he was a child. On the day he was supposed to take the Spanish equivalent of the SATs, he went to the beach instead and broke his mother's heart. Since she is turning sixty-five in December, he's planning to give her his report card as a gift, assuming it is good. He contemplates that for a few moments and then decides that he has to leave to go study.
Felicity returns to the Brooklyn apartment with a sack of groceries and cleaning supplies. Ben and Sean's strategy to convince Felicity that the apartment is no good involves getting a huge television set. To me, this only proves that Ben and Sean are nudges, not that there's anything wrong with the apartment, except that the bathroom door is partially blocked by the TV. Felicity is less than thrilled about Ben's contribution, especially when he makes her wait out in the hall so he can surprise her. Instead of telling Ben that she doesn't like the TV, she says that they can watch romantic movies on it. Again with the romance, Felicity? Ben leaves and kisses her goodbye.