Julia is packing in her room when Claudia asks to come in. Julia covers up the evidence that she is leaving while Claudia enters. Claude needs to talk to Julia, and Julia needs to talk to Claudia. Julia tells Claude to go first. Claudia wrote a letter to Todd telling him she wants to break up. Julia asks what happened. Claudia strokes Julia's ego some more by saying that she was right about the dream just being what Claude wanted to happen. Claudia relates how she asked to drive Todd's car and then said she loved him, and everything went horribly wrong, and that even if she feels that way, obviously Todd doesn't. Julia tries to indoctrinate Claudia into the Feminine Wiles school, and asks if she said she loved Todd because she really loves him, or because she wanted to hear him say it back. Claude admits that it was a little of both. Julia says Claude should be proud of herself for being able to admit her feelings. Claude asks what she should do and Julia asks her what she wants to do. Claudia thinks for a minute and then consults with the writers on their plans for the series finale. They tell her that Claudia and Todd are definitely still together in the finale, so Claudia tears up the letter. Then, because Claudia is the one Salinger who sometimes thinks about other people, she asks Julia what she wanted to talk about. Julia says it was nothing.
Bailey finds Holly at the grocery store. Holly wonders where Will is, because they were supposed to go over favorite foods. Bailey asks why Holly told Will about their fight. Um, because the INS guy might ask about it? Where has Bailey been? Holly basically says the same thing. Bailey wonders if there is anything about their relationship that Holly would protect. Maybe she would protect their ability to stay on the same continent? Holly says there isn't time to start making things up because the interview is in three hours. Bailey wonders if the interview matters more to Holly than their relationship. Holly agrees that might be so. Bailey tells her to get ready. Holly launches into a speech about how her parents were always moving around, but she always knew she wanted to be a doctor. She knows how Bailey feels, but she is certain of her future as a doctor, more so than her future with him. I can see her point, here. She's known she wanted to be a doctor for years, and she's known Bailey for months. Plus, it's nice to see someone on this show not basing her life around a Salinger for once.