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."
Ben is doing some whining of his own, over at the loft. He tells Sean that he's "forgotten what it's like to live in a perfect environment." Hmm, I remember a few times when he thought that living with Sean at the loft was not so perfect. Sean declares that people should not say, "'Want to get an apartment together?' They should say, 'Want to get a hassle together?'" Ben is stretched out on the sofa and is under such stress that his hair looks terrible. It's somewhat like Anthony Michael Hall's was in Sixteen Candles. He continues to whinge about calling in an exterminator until Sean gives him some advice about tackling his problems with a business plan, or some other entrepreneurial mumbo-jumbo. Ben states that his first step will be to fix the sink, but he needs to rest on the sofa a while longer before he springs into action.
Julie confesses to the videocamera that she met her birth father over the summer. It turns out that her kidney was not suitable for donation and he ended up dying. However, she's glad that she got to know him before he passed away. I guess rodent-to-human organ transplant procedures haven't been perfected yet.
Out on the street, Felicity is carrying another sack of groceries. She tells Sean that it contains the ingredients to make her mother's rosemary chicken that she plans to make for Ben for a "romantic dinner." Sean asks how her parents are doing. She confesses that they're getting divorced. She quickly changes the subject because she doesn't "want to talk about it." I guess the rosemary chicken recipe couldn't work its magic for her parents.