I can't really talk about the next scene, so I'll keep it short. Bailey and Holly decide that a hot shower in the stadium locker room will warm them up, after getting drenched by the sprinklers. Then, right in the middle of some hot shower action, my local affiliate cut to commercial. Oops! Then they come back and suddenly Bailey and Holly are naked and making out in the shower. I hope they don't get athlete's foot. Or worse.
After a real commercial break, Bailey and Holly have just finished doing it. Holly has to go and mention that they did it twenty times on the first date, which must be a lie. Bailey kind of hints that she's exaggerating, but for my mental health I wish they had come right out and verified the falsity of her statement. Holly starts blathering about doing the "American thing" of talking about her feelings, and ends up revealing that she "feeling all this stuff and it's kind of intense."
Griffin is in a bar, drinking a beer with his good hand. He makes a phone call, I guess to his mom, and says that his dad can't help him. His mom won't let him stay with her either, and he hangs up.
Claudia is at "The Bauer" with Ross. She feels like she needs to rehearse more, but Ross tells her there's no time and reassures her that she'll be fine. Claudia says that she won't win or even place in the top three. Ross tells her to relax, but she has walked away.
Bailey and Holly are watching television. Bailey furthers his transformation into Brandon Walsh by doing a really bad Marlon Brando impersonation. Next thing you know, he's going to start calling everyone "bro." There's a knock at the door and Holly goes to get their Chinese food. Except it's John, her sort-of boyfriend who lives across the street from the Salingers. Bailey totally eavesdrops on their conversation, and he hears Holly pretty much break up with John over him. Holly comes back in the bedroom and says it was her crazy neighbor.
Kirsten and Charlie pull up to the curb in the proverbial bad part of town. They go into a store and Charlie starts yelling for someone, because there's nothing like calling a lot of attention to yourself when you're trying to score some illegal drugs. A guy comes out and Charlie says, "The eagle has landed." The guy says, "The fat man walks alone." Then they do a secret handshake. The guy invites them into a back room, where he keeps the good stuff. Drug Guy asks to see Kirsten's prescription so he knows what dosage to give her, and reveals that he and his wife went through the same process. See, he's not a bad guy! Drug Guy bitches about how the drug companies are all about making money, as opposed to all those other companies who just give stuff away for free. He asks for $600 and Charlie hands it over. Does anyone else see this ending badly?