The title says, "4:11 PM. 2 1/2 hours underground." Julie is just finishing up her song with some yodeling, apparently, and everyone claps. I'm kind of digging that they didn't play the song. As with Meghan's box, it could only have been a disappointment. Plus, I didn't have to listen to Amy Jo Johnson sing. Wise Older Woman asks if it's true that Felicity stole Julie's boyfriend. Felicity says no and Julie says yes. Felicity says that they were broken up. Young Hip Guy asks Julie what she's bitching about if they were broken up. Julie says that they had broken up, but the body wasn't even cold. Ditzy Blonde Lady says that it's sad that two best friends were torn apart by a man. Annoying Lawyer Guy begins a line of questioning.
ALG: Is it true that you used to date Ben?
ALG: Is it true that you blame Felicity for betraying your trust?
ALG: And unless I misinterpret your song, which had a lovely melody by the way...
Crazy Bald Guy: Objection! He's leading the witness! Sorry.
ALG: Is it true that you have since moved in with that same man?
ALG: So how is it that you would forgive him, but not your supposed best friend?
Felicity: That is a good question!
Ruby and Knoll are at the museum. Knoll tells a story about how he and his friend Felix made a bet that whoever ate less in a night would have to pay for all of the food for both of them. So they went to a restaurant and each ate five double cheeseburgers and were feeling sick. Then Felix picked up a french fry and ate one bite. Knoll got so grossed out that he threw up, which made Felix throw up. Ruby and Knoll laugh and then Ruby asks if he wants to go get a burger, or something. Knoll says anything but a burger. I really don't know what the point of that whole scene was, except to gross me out. Plus I liked that story better when Wil Wheaton told it in Stand By Me.