Moments later it is Chuck in the booth with Randy, having an equally intense, but less sad conversation. He said that everything seemed to have been going fine, but then "suddenly, she said 'goodbye,' and shook my hand, which was... weird." Aw. Chuck assures him that Olive has just been through a sticky swamp of emotions and doesn't want to get stuck again. Randy says he understands all about her getting stuck on Ned, but that she said she was over it. Chuck tries a new analogy, having worn out the one about the blind fish. "It's like driving a car blindfolded," she says. "You just have to relax." Randy scrunches his nose. "Relax?"
"RELAX?" Olive says concurrently in the kitchen. Apparently Ned has been giving her similar advice -- though his was somehow about bullfighting --which he tops off with an unintentionally patronizing comment about how relationships are hard to make work. "You're telling me these things are hard to make work?" Olive asks, incredulous. "I know that, because you taught me!" Ned tries again, saying that maybe Randy scares her because she's not used to something being so easy. "Oh. My God," Olive gasps. "I'm that girl. I'm that girl in high school who's afraid of real relationships, so she's always attracted to guys in college. Or Canada. Or you." Oh, Olive. Those That Girls weren't afraid of real relationships -- they were gay. Now, if you want to finish this show off by spawning entire websites full of slash fan fiction about you and Aunt Vivian, go ahead... but please, don't email it to me. Or, wait a minute... Anyway, Ned says he just wants Olive to be happy. "So, what you're saying is, I shouldn't run away from Randy," Olive concludes. Ned says yes. In fact, she continues, Ned's saying Randy might be just what she needs right now. Ned says yes, again. "A quick fling, to heal the scars and rub ointment on the burns from us and then rip off and toss away like a used square of gauze," she says, delighted. Ned: "NOT YES!" Olive, excited, declares Randy to be "Randy Rebound" and marches away triumphantly, leaving Ned to doubt his plan to bring these lovers together.