Sean sits at the kitchen table in the girls' apartment, eating. Meghan walks in, wearing a pink bridesmaid dress that is an exact copy of three out of the five bridesmaids dresses hanging in my closet, pretty much. Except for the color, thank God. Meghan comments that if there were ever a reason for Elena and Tracy not to get married, it would be that dress. Sean snarks that Meghan doesn't want Elena and Tracy to get married so that she can "get lucky with the groom." They start yelling at each other when Elena walks in and asks Sean what he's eating. Sean replies, with his mouth full, "Cake." Elena tells him that it's the wedding cake. Sean says that he didn't know, and Elena points out that there was a bride and groom on top of it. Sean says that he knew it was a wedding cake, but he didn't know it was the wedding cake. How soon is the wedding, since the cake is already sitting in the fridge, anyway? Elena says that she's going to cry, and takes off. Meghan giggles at Sean, "You are so busted." Sean replies, "Shut up."
Noel and Felicity walk down the street. Noel is wearing his suit and waxing rhapsodic about how much Rod, his latest interviewer, loved him. Noel describes the office, which includes guys on scooters and a personal chef. Yeah, they'll be out of business in a month. What company has money for crap like that anymore? Felicity is happy for Noel, and asks him to wish her luck with the Arts program. Noel say that Felicity was right about him and the job, so he must be right about her getting into the program. Felicity promises to call him later, and they part ways.
Felicity enters Cavallo's office and her creepy dad is standing there, like, is he stalking her or what? She asks what he's doing there, and he replies that he wanted to see "this class that was so important." Cavallo rushes over and tells Felicity that he hasn't had time to look at her portfolio. Felicity is all "ix-nay on the ass-clay" as she tells Cavallo that it's fine. Cavallo and Mr. Porter exchange introductions, and Cavallo asks Felicity to come back at two, and he'll tell her whether she's in the class. Cavallo walks off, and Felicity pulls some papers out of her bag and asks Mr. Porter to sign them. Mr. Porter wants to know what's going on, and Felicity says she needs him to sign them so that she can pay for school. Mr. Porter looks shocked that Felicity has moved so fast on this, and says he needs to send them to his accountant. Felicity tersely replies, "Whatever you gotta do," and takes off.