They hang up, and -- oh no, I'm wrong. Tim tells Alex that Nicole keeps saying she's going to "dyke it out with Brooke." Charming. He figured out what she meant at some point, obviously. Alex says Brooke would never do that. (Oh, really?) Tim then says Nicole wants him to go to the "friggin' formal" with her, and he lays his head on the desk. He's a fucking tool, but I feel just a tiny bit for him. "She's annoying!" Tim says about Nicole, how cool she was with everything just now. "If she was normal, she'd be ripping my balls off right now!" Okay, so maybe Nicole has fallen yet one level deeper in desperation. She's no longer even trying to say that Tim doesn't like other girls. But she's just being okay with it now, as long as she can be one of them. Which she can't, because he doesn't like her. God. I'm fucking exhausted. Luckily: commercials.
Back. Nicole drives. Tim rests his head on the table. The girls get dressed. Someone rubs white stuff on Julia's back. (And surprisingly, this time it's not Wagner. Lady!) Julia is sausage-packed into a hideous white outfit as she calls her mom and tells her she got a tattoo. She describes it to her with glee. Her mom says that as long as it doesn't say "Wagner," she's happy. I guess Moms doesn't approve of the boyfriend. Like a kiss-ass, Maggie yells that she wouldn't let Julia get a "Wagner" tattoo. Moms thanks Maggie for that. Julia purrs that Maggie held her hand the whole time. At least Maggie didn't hold her hand during the study-break sex. That's not something you want to see. Maggie then tells us that Julia needs to find out, but she doesn't know how. So in the kitchen, Maggie broaches it, saying that the tattoo guy "sucked ass." It's peeling, she says, but it's supposed to do that. Melissa then looks at Julia's tattoo as Julia's gulps down ice cream, trying to fall out of the white outfit even more. Melissa says it's spelled wrong. "No it's not," says Julia. Melissa laughs. She then tells us that no one told her not to say anything to Julia -- but if it was her tattoo spelled wrong and no one said anything, she'd be pissed. Thank you. Maggie is still trying to play, going, "I can't tell. Is that an 'L' or an 'E'?" Finally Julia runs upstairs, and Melissa and Maggie laugh as we hear, "Damn!" and then a door slamming. Maggie then tells us she doesn't think Julia realizes it's going to be fucked up forever and that removal hurts a lot. Julia then calmly tells us, "I'm going to be rich when I get older, so if I want I could always get laser surgery." Okay.