Charlie comes home and tells Kirsten that he kept meaning to call her, because "the wildest thing happened today." Kirsten says she meant to call him too, but she was really busy. Charlie starts telling her about Daphne's sales pitch, but when he looks back, Kirsten is asleep with her head on the table. Or she passed out from malnutrition. I'm not sure which.
At Salinger's, Joe offers coffee to Bailey, Will, Deborah, and the little sister, but they refuse. Little Sister says she read about this great club called "Kingdom Come" and wants to go there. Deborah says she heard it was a "skeevy meat market." Bailey says it's not that bad, so Little Sister asks if he can get them in. Bailey says he can because he knows the owner. Little Sister proposes that Will take Deborah home, and she and Bailey go to the club, and Bailey agrees, and then assures Deborah that her little sister is safe. Bailey and Little Sister leave. Deborah asks Will how long he has known Bailey. Will moves closer to Deborah and says he's known Bailey pretty much his whole life. Deborah says, "I don't like him." Will senses the buzz kill and moves away.
Charlie wakes up to find Kirsten already up and running around the room getting dressed because she's late. She reminds him about a cocktail party that night, and he promises to be there. She starts babbling about something at work, but when she turns around, Charlie has fallen back to sleep.
Claudia is in a recording studio, watching Todd play with an ensemble as part of what the captioning calls a "hip-hop song." They leave the studio, and Todd worries that Claudia thinks he's a hack. Claudia says he looked like he was having fun. Todd says that she could play too, as long as she can sight-read, and as long as she goes out with him. Claudia says, "Sorry?" like she didn't hear him correctly. Todd backpedals and says he wants her to come to a party because the guys he plays with and some bookers are going to be there, and she should meet them. He offers to meet her there so it won't be like a date. Claudia feels more comfortable and says yes. Aw, they are a cute couple.
Julia is at the harbor where prolific writer guy is giving a tour of some ship, and telling a story about a submarine. He sees Julia and immediately dismisses his tour because she takes precedence over history. She says she figured out where he was when she remembered reading about the ship, "Lane Victory," and then reads his nametag, "Adam Matthews." A little girl comes up and asks Adam to take a picture of her family, which he does, but they were all in shadow so it's going to come out just terrible. At some point, Adam reveals that he made up the story he was telling to the tour, and he considers it to be like creative writing. I call it misleading paying customers, and irresponsible, but I'm old. Julia says that she has to create a character for an assignment, and she wants to write about Adam. Adam says that they are supposed to create a character, not write about someone who already exists. Julia says that she couldn't find him in the "face book," and that he didn't hand in his assignment, or tell her his name, or fall immediately and totally in love with her, so he must have a secret: He's not enrolled. Adam walks away, but Julia says she could've called the school, but she wanted to hear the story from him.