Anya haltingly begins to tell her story. "There were these sick kitties at work...I stayed late petting them...I left around 9:15. I was waiting for the bus when three Spanish guys grabbed me and said they would kill me...they tied my jacket hood low on my face and started walking me...I tried to count the seconds...one one thousand...." Di says, "That was smart." Anya then says, "After sixteen and a half minutes, I heard sounds of construction..." Di grabs her hair in an oh-so-subtle gesture of frustration and says, "That was really helpful, that you paid attention to all this." Anya continues slowly and tearfully. "We went up three flights of stairs...the doors were unlocked...there was a mattress with no sheets...it was dirty...and after eighty-five minutes...two new guys came in...none of them said their names...they all smelled like beer...if I hadn't stayed late...." Di interrupts and says, "If you had fought, they might have killed you." Anya says, "Can you tell my parents? They don't know about the sex part." Di says yeah and hugs her.
Di comes out to hear Anya's mom complaining to Kirky about New York: It's so GRITTY! Just kidding. "There's every element. Is she all right? Why is the door closed?" Di says, "Anya was attacked sexually and had no opportunity to resist." The parents are stone-faced, stunned but not in a very nice way. The dad says, "She said she wasn't hurt. She said she juts wanted to report the incident." The mom goes in and, standing behind Anya, puts her hands on her shoulders. What a warm set of parents, not.