Adam chases after Julia to ask who "Aaron Martin" is. Apparently, that's who she wrote about in her character study, and he's mad that she stole his life and didn't even bother to change the initials. Julia says she changed all kinds of stuff, and starts throwing up examples. Adam says that it doesn't matter because she wrote about his going to school without paying tuition. Julia doesn't see the big deal because only one professor will see it. Adam says that it only takes one professor to notice the "nine hundred similarities" and walks away. Julia runs after him and asks what happened. Adam says that the professor checked up on him and reported him to the President, and now he's done with school.
Victor is cleaning the kitchen when Bailey arrives home and thanks him for staying late. Victor asks whether Bailey got a chance to talk with Owen. Bailey says that he will. Victor says he hopes so, because "Owen was afraid [Victor] was trying to turn him into a faggot" and then says that those are Owen's words, or actually Hughley's words. Bailey apologizes. Victor says that Owen didn't even know what the word meant, but knew that he didn't want to be one. Bailey asks what Victor told Owen, and Victor says that he told Owen the truth and that he seems okay with it. But Victor wasn't supposed to have that conversation in the first place. Then I high-five Victor because he says, "I'm not his parent, Bailey." Thank you, someone, for finally noticing. Victor goes on to say that if he is just there to make it easier for Bailey not to be there, then Victor should leave. He adds that he cares about Owen, and that Owen cares about him, but that Owen needs Bailey. Woo hoo! Victor is my boyfriend.
Julia catches up with Adam again, and tells him he might be able to stay. Adam says that isn't true according to the President. Julia says she knows someone on the board (Evan?), and got him to read Adam's stuff, and that he said if Adam fills out an application, they might have a spot for him. Adam says he can't spell. I have to say, that it possibly the lamest excuse to not apply to college I have ever heard. Half the people I know can't spell. It's called a dictionary. Buy one. Julia says that she will proof his essays for him, so he'll just have to get his high school transcript. Adam says he never finished high school, and that's why his grammar and spelling are so terrible. I know a lot of people who did finish high school, and college, and even did post-graduate work, and they can't spell and have poor grammar, but I guess if you're going to be a writer, that might be kind of important. Julia says he can do it anyway, but he asks her to leave him alone.