Holly and Bailey just finished doing it, and they're all sweaty and talking about how great is was because they haven't seen one another for forty-eight hours. "I Melt With You" by Modern English is playing in the background. Bailey and Holly continue to make out throughout the dialogue in this scene, just so you know they can't keep their hands off each other. Holly suggests that they spend less time apart. Bailey disagrees. Holly says she knows they are "casual and non-exclusive" and you will hear that phrase A LOT during this episode. She wants to "get naked with [Bailey], like, 24/7." Bailey says he doesn't want to lose this feeling of "sexual desperation" or "push things." Holly agrees with him. She has really long legs. She's kind of straddling Bailey, and they are super long. Then again, Scott Wolf is pretty short. Bailey says that he is hers "from now until dawn," but that first he has to get the groceries. Holly tells him to forget the groceries and pushes him down and they do it some more.
Daphne answers the door in her apartment and it's Charlie, come to pick up Diana. Charlie apologizes for being so late, and explains that he was working on his designs. It's nearly midnight. Luke is also there, and Charlie says he didn't know Luke was staying over, like it's any of his damn business. Daphne and Luke look at each other and act all evasive, and then finally reveal that Luke has moved in. Daphne says she meant to tell Charlie, but he's been so busy that she hasn't had the chance. Doesn't she see him often, in the Diana switch? Charlie just stands there with his mouth open, because he can't believe Daphne could ever love another after having that Salinger love. That may just be my interpretation.
Julia is sleeping on a couch and someone is exercising on the floor next to her. A beeping noise wakes Julia and the exerciser sits up and says, "I'm sorry. My heart monitor is set to go off as soon as I enter the zone." I hate her already. She yells out to Justin that she's in the zone. What does she want, a party? Turns out that this is Laura, as she introduces herself to a sleepy Julia. Laura talks a mile a minute, and mentions Julia's book, and then says that a guy she dated tried to get tough with her. Julia asked how she handled it, and Laura says, "I fractured his larynx. I'm a third-degree black belt." Ha! Okay, I forgive her for being such a morning person. Justin jogs in and Laura invites Julia to join them to "do eight miles and then grab some green tea." Okay, I hate her again. Julia turns them down since she's still "on California time," and they leave.