"I'm about to serve up a venti-sized serving of artistic justice!" Willa says, as she looks to be hanging a Starbucks barista in effigy. Willa's kind of amazingly en pointe for a two-dimensional joke about art students. Dan explains to her that Vanessa submitted an original piece, and just when you're thinking "Gosh, how can this storyline about the complicated application procedures for insular art-school programs get any more interesting?" Willa wipes the slate clean, by changing the subject from "Did Vanessa submit her application materials in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the Tisch Admissions Board" to "Fuck Vanessa."
She's like, "Okay, but don't we still kind of want her to get kicked out so you can come be at Tisch with me and I can give you the kind of frantic eager blowjobs all self-hating art students are known for? You deserve it. You can thank me later!" She tries to kiss him, he demurs because he's "with Vanessa," she laughs at him for even thinking dating is a real artifact in the deconstructed Ethical Slut world she has discovered this semester, and Jenny appears in this middle of this BS and says hi to Dan, and keeps walking. "Who was that slut?" asks Willa, and sadder still is the lukewarm shrug Dan gives in response. "Just call your father."
Dan chases Jenny down and starts in right away. "Please tell me what you're doing here, starting with Dad knows and ending with these drinks are not for me." Jenny laughs and says that she hasn't talked to Rufus all day, and that the drinks are for Nate and Chuck, who are escorting her because they are like her only friends right now. "Chuck's totally harmless, unless this place runs out of ice," Jenny says, having wiped her memory clean of every single traumatic time she didn't get raped. "Does Vanessa know that girl who was hitting on you?" Which is a valid question, but Dan's response -- "why do you go from zero to blackmail in 60 seconds?" -- makes me think we're supposed to be seeing Jenny's doom coming down the pike. "Dan, it was actually a question?" Great answer, delivered beautifully, but I wonder. Because of all the times she's done that creepy scary shit, this was the least creepy and the most awkwardly pointed-out, so probably this time the story means that it wasn't "actually" a question, but in fact Dan twigging to the monster his sister has become, or something.