Kirsten and Charlie are setting up a bed on the floor for Daphne and Luke, and apologizing for the lack of accommodations. Kirsten suggests they take her bed, since Charlie will be working nights while he scales down the company. Daphne asks what that's about, because Luke said it was like a base closing. Luke corrects her, saying that he actually said the opposite, but he says it pretty sharply and there is an awkward silence. Kirsten says she's going to get breakfast food, because of her contractual obligation to mention food once per scene, and Luke offers to go with her. Once they leave, Daphne says that she's a terrible girlfriend because Luke has shown her fourteen apartments in Dallas and she didn't like any of them. The one thing missing was Diana. Doesn't she get Diana back soon? Anyway, she doesn't feel like she's being fair to Luke. Charlie asks how putting your family first can be wrong.
Julia is looking at some pictures on a wall when a woman comes by and introduces herself as "Beth Colt." Apparently, this is Julia's internship interview for NOW. More tertiary character praise follows, as Beth congratulates Julia on her speech. She says the internship "pays nothing" and the hours are endless, plus she's "not always a dream to work for." The job involves writing position papers, public speaking and doing one-on-one work with "everyone from abuse victims to reps." Julia thinks that sounds great. Beth says she must be okay with relocating, but Julia hadn't heard about that part of the internship. Beth thinks it's a deal-breaker but Julia says it isn't, and asks if this constitutes an offer. Beth begs her to please accept and give her an address where she can "start sending your pitiful stipend." Julia asks for a day to think about it, because she'd be leaving her home and family, and it's kind of a big deal. Before any of you college women out there start getting funny ideas, I checked the website, and NOW does not offer any paid internships, summer or otherwise. If it was that easy for me to find, you'd think the writers could have found it too.
Bailey talks to Owen about going to Pennsylvania. Bay says he'd do a lot of work at home, so the only time they'd really be apart would be when they were both at class. It would be scary to meet new kids, but they'd both be doing it together. Bay keeps babbling like this and Owen interrupts and asks if he has to go, if Bailey's just pretending to ask but really they're going no matter what. Bailey says no, that he wants to know how Owen feels. Owen wants to stay, and begs Bailey to let him stay. Except he's not a very good actor, so it kind of comes out in a monotone: "No. Please, Bailey. Let. Me. Stay." Bailey says he won't make him go, but what if Bailey wants to go? It would be like when Julia went away because college is important and sometimes you have to go far away to find the right one. Owen wants to know who will do his assignments with him, and who will do the things Bailey does. I'll forgive Owen for making it all about him because he's like seven years old. The rest of those Salingers have no excuse. Bailey says Julia, Charlie and Claudia will all be there. Well, as far as Bailey knows, anyway. Do you see where this one is going? Get it? Because Julia and Claudia are planning on leaving too? Owen says he doesn't want Bailey to go and turns away from him and Bailey stares off into space real hard.