Julia comes out with a bandaged hand, carrying most of her costume. She sees Evan waiting and then see Charlie standing at the counter. She thanks Charlie for coming and tells him she can handle it, so Charlie leaves. Julia tells Evan she is surprised that he waited and he mentions seeing "her family back there." They blather on a bit and then Julia kisses him. Evan breaks it off and Julia is all embarrassed. Evan tells her she shouldn't be, that he looks younger in his costume and that on Hallowe'en it's hard to tell what's real and what's not.
Okay, here are the reasons why that scene was added later. First, when Evan and Julia leave the party, he tells Isabel to call Julia's family, which she clearly never does since later we hear Charlie getting the news from Julia. Then, Evan makes a reference to seeing Julia's family at the hospital. Finally, I present this picture, which was clearly filmed at the same time as this episode, but didn't happen at any point:
I rest my case. Plus, you get to see all their costumes. Well, except Julia's.
Bailey is standing there in his pink dress, waiting for Will. Will sees him and says, "Bailey, you've changed!" Bailey starts spilling his guts, saying that the thing he does best is fight off chaos, and that maybe that's wrong because everyone else enjoys it. He tells Will, "You and Sarah, with her trip and your job, maybe I have it all backwards, my whole life and it's scary because I feel like I'm losing people." Will says, "You're not losing anyone here." Bailey asks what he's supposed to do now and Will suggests that he stay away from pink, because it's not his color. Bailey cracks up. You know, Bailey never has a normal conversation. He's always making speeches. Don't get me wrong, he gives a hell of a speech. But normal people don't talk like that.
Charlie comes home and Kirsten asks if Julia is okay. Charlie says that he realized that he comes from a big family and sometimes he forgets how lucky he is, and that he doesn't want Diana to miss out on that because he is afraid. He finishes by saying if it's what Kirsten wants, and she's ready for the risks, he's ready too. They both cry.
As boring as parts of this episode were, it was still about a thousand times better than Time of Your Life ever thought of being.