Time for some more inane commercials starring various WB employees.
The action cuts back and forth between Elena and Tracy as they recount an enrollment lottery tale for the Docuventary. It seems that they both really want to get into a class with limited enrollment. A lottery is held and they decide to hold off opening their envelopes with the acceptances or refusals until they're out at dinner. Since they are both obscenely competitive, they've decided that whoever wins admittance to the class will pick up the tab at dinner. They both separately confide to the camera that they've peeked into the envelopes and discovered that only one of them got in. Tracy switches them so that Elena will get in and she ends up switching them back so that he'll get in. Oh, how very Gift of the Magi of them.
Julie, Felicity and Meghan are having coffee at the dorm apartment. Felicity whines about having spent hours at the ER with Ben so that he could get six stitches to close up the wound he sustained when he broke the glass on the fire extinguisher cabinet. Meghan says six stitches is nothing; she once got "sixteen stitches in [her] left butt cheek." Julie asks why she needed them and Meghan retorts that it's none of her business. Felicity continues to whine that maybe it was too soon for her and Ben to move in together and that after one day she's ready to call it quits. She tells them how Ben acted when the downstairs chickie came up to the apartment and describes him as being "such a guy." When they woke up they were both so cranky, according to Felicity. Meghan says, "You guys haven't done it yet?" She concludes that "domestication is the enemy of romance." Neither Julie nor Felicity agrees. Julie reminds Felicity that she can always move into the dorm apartment. Meghan snarks that she's not moving out and Julie mutters something like, "Don't boss me," which causes Meghan to say, "Okay."