Matt and Julie are in the kitchen. Matt says that Julie should tell him to "leave the floozies alone." Shut up, Matt. Since when it is Julie's job to screen your dates! Maybe I'm just projecting because I know it always pissed me off when a boy I liked wanted to talk to me about his girl issues, and I'm assuming Julie feels the same way. Julie says that she doesn't have to tell him anything, but that if she wanted to, she could have told him in the beginning that 735Kelley wasn't his type of girl. This is where I am confused again. What sin did 735Kelley commit, besides being interested in Matt? Is it because she had a Playboy bunny on her shirt? Because she's an only child? I don't get it. In an interview, Julie says that she didn't know that was Matt's kind of girl, but it answers a lot of questions. Basically, she's saying that 735Kelley was a bimbo, and she's not, so that's why Matt doesn't like her. Maybe Matt passed on his judgmental duties to Julie this week, while he was busy riding his bike and being a cyber pimp. Julie points out to Matt that it's his life, not hers. Matt says that as his friend, she should look out for him. Julie says that she doesn't think he's an idiot, and that he can figure things out. I actually thought Julie handled that rather well.
Melissa and Kelley are sitting in the bedroom with a metric ton of makeup on the floor. Melissa says she was happy until she started dealing with this shit. Kelley says that she sees Melissa being happy, but then hears Melissa saying that she's unhappy, and she doesn't understand. Melissa says that she's happy when she's making other people happy, but she is not happy herself. Kelley doesn't feel that Melissa wants to solve the problem (i.e. she would rather just complain about it to everyone ad nauseam). Melissa says she hasn't dealt with the problem for twenty-three years and it's built up. Kelley mentions that Melissa thought she was depressed, but that Kelley has been depressed, and she went and got help and medication, and she's telling Melissa this so that she can see that people are going to be okay. That little tidbit just made me more interested in Kelley than ever before. In an interview, Kelley says that she doesn't have very high tolerance for people who aren't willing to try to change what the problem is. I like Kelley. I keep waiting every week to hate her, but it's not happening. Yet. Kelley tells Melissa that she is so wrapped up in herself that she's missing out on other things going on. Melissa realizes that her problem is bigger than herself. Go, Kelley! You tell her!