Evan and Julia are walking down the street, having just come out of a jazz club. Julia says it makes sense to wait to tell people about them, but the problem is that it makes her feel bad. She has the same issues as everyone else about their age, but she got into the relationship because it feels good to be with him. What others think doesn't matter to her -- unless Evan doesn't feel good. Evan says he does feel good. Julia says that if he truly did, he wouldn't have to hide or make excuses.
Bailey meets up with the crazy lady from the bar. She says that she never thought he would call. We find out that her name is Tracy. Bailey says he did call and Tracy says it's only because he's desperate. Tracy babbles on about how they talked about his girlfriend, so would it be horrible if and other such nonsense until finally Bailey says, "What?" and she gives him a big smacker right on the lips. She says that she had to. Bailey wipes the kiss off his mouth like a little kid and says, "That was...whatever." Geez, Bailey, don't kill her with kindness. Tracy says that he can send her on her way now, and Bailey says that it was okay that she kissed him, and he gives her a big smacker right back, and he doesn't even wipe it off after. Well, they cut away mid-kiss but I'm projecting.
Claudia and Derrick enter a darkened room, which turns out to be Derrick's sister's room. She's in college. Claudia admires the doll collection while Derrick starts kissing her and asks her to move to the bed. He pushes her down and gets on top of her, kissing her the whole time. Claudia says that he is hurting her arm. He reaches in his pocket, pulls out his wallet, throws it on the bed and whips out a condom. Claudia asks nervously what that is for. He asks her why she has to talk so much. She says no many, many times just so that there is no ambiguity in the situation, and then tries to leave. Derrick grabs her and throws her back down on the bed and says she led him in there. Claudia says, "Do you hear me? I am saying no," just like she was probably taught in Health class. She says "no" a bunch more times and finally realizes it isn't working and gives him a knee to the cojones. He writhes around in pain and she runs outside to her car. Alexa sees her and asks where she's going. With tears streaming down her face, Claudia says, "I gotta go." That was a decent piece of acting by our little Lacey.