Kelli tells us (in what I'm pretty sure is the same voice clip as in the premiere) that her parents come to the city once a week. Which is why they're in her apartment talking about SATs and voice coaches. Kelli wants to be a singer, remember? Kelli's mother is concerned about getting a voice coach who's reputable. Kelli wants someone with connections. And she cares more about singing than the SAT.
Camille and her friend Maite are in an Alice in Wonderland-themed café talking about how Camille is starting to think she wants a boyfriend. She's never really had one because she has very high standards regarding sense of humor, intelligence and hair color. [So, the hair color needs to be of an exceedingly high quality? Are some colors higher-quality than others? - Z] She admits that she probably can't pull off the adoring girlfriend thing. Camille talks about lowering her standards and Maite correctly tells her that going around with a checklist probably isn't going to work. Camille's plan is to talk to guys, give out her number, and generally pretend not to be a bitch. Worth a try, I guess. "I'll just take, like, you know, the random hookups or whatever, and just turn them into boyfriends." Okay, look: Are "hookups" sex or not? Or are they not sex until you're 21 or something? I'm just trying to figure out if I should be appalled here. I mean, I'm already appalled by Sebastian, but that would have happened anyway. Maite points out that the reason they're "random hookups" is because they don't want to be Camille's boyfriend. Camille narrows her eyes.
The next morning, Sebastian and Gabe are shopping for clothes. Sebastian describes the events of the evening, and it's a lot like the way I described it, but with more mumbling. Sebastian was shocked to be rejected, because no one has ever been rejected before. He tells Gabe that he went home and cried for an hour, but is quick to make it clear that that was a joke. It doesn't work if you immediately back away from it, man. You gotta commit. Sebastian and Gabe giggle about the idea that Cole calls her on the phone or something.
Camille is out on a date with Dan, the guy from the previouslies. Camille knows that Dan is a flirtatious "player" and she wants to see how he'll act on their date. She interviews that she's looking for a guy who will allow her to focus on school and academics, which is an admirable goal. But it's not much of a relationship. I mean, it's nice to hear someone mention school in passing (fascinating fact: the "Prep" in the phrase "NYC Prep" stands for "University-Prepatory School", meaning that all these kids are theoretically in high school expressly for the purpose of going to a university. Well, except Public School Taylor. My point is that there's not much studying going on.) but ... wait, where was I? Oh, right. Camille's goal of staying focused on school is at odds with her new goal of getting a boyfriend. It's also at odds with being on television, really. Everyone knows that Hermione loses screen time as the movies go on.