Juliet labors under the delusion that, as a public school student, she can wear whatever she wants and utters this episode's title: "The poor kids do it every day." Unlike the show, I have used the two words every and day, rather than everyday, because that's how it's supposed to be in this instance. And yes, I know I've just jinxed myself to leave you with a thousand horrid typos and other goofs to which I will be blind, but I couldn't stop. Oh and wait, since I'm already doomed, I'll mention (and this has nothing to do with the show), I NEED every English-speaker on the planet to promise me you will never, ever, ever again write should of and/or shouldn't of. It is should have and shouldn't have. Here's your problem: you're writing should of because you think that's what people are saying when you hear the contraction should've. Okay? Good. Don't let it happen again. If this stops just one of you, it's worth the typo jinx.
Bridget reasons with Juliet, suggesting that she might want to put her best foot forward. Juliet, realizing she is no match for the Slayer, acquiesces. When Andrew goes to get the car, Juliet hands a bag full of drugs to Bridget. "So you don't go tossing my room again while I'm gone. This is the last of it. Best foot forward, right?" Bridget is shaken by how much temptation fits in a little brown paper bag.
Alley: Henry tosses the evidence of his bloody clean up into some random dumpster.
Park Ave: Bridget goes to flush Juliet's drugs, but can't bring herself to do it. She looks in the mirror and gives us a mini Buffy boo-boo face, with a bonus bottom lip quiver.
JFK Airport: Henry leaves Gemma's car in long term parking, which is plainly stupid, because airports have cameras all over the place.
Park Ave: Bridget leaves a message for the cute, Brooklyn NA guy, Charlie. She really needs to speak to someone in person. She still can't bring herself to dump Juliet's stash. When she hangs up, she gets a call from the doorman. A Maddie Smithfield from Gemma Butler's office is there to see her. She's dropping off the keys to the loft and is sorry they're pulling out of the project. Maddie wonders if "Shiv" has heard from Gemma yet, this morning. She wasn't in the office, and Maddie has been unable to reach her on her cell. That's because the roaming charges to Heaven are... out of this world. (Sorry. Ahem.) Bridget flashes back to what Andrew told her about Gemma. Maddie leaves. Bridget worries.