Keri and Tonya go to a restaurant. Keri says that with the medicine CJP takes, she wonders if she will ever get to know "the real Cara." She does know the real Cara. The medicine probably helps her to be the real Cara, and not the depressed version of Cara. Keri points out that CJP always acts happy and never sticks up for herself. I don't think that has anything to do with the medication, either. Tonya says that CJP isn't as happy as she acts. Tonya says that CJP has to have male attention constantly, which is funny coming from Tonya, and yet also true. Tonya says she's worried because antidepressants can cause loss of appetite, and CJP is already "skinny as a rail," but doesn't think that she is. Again, I posit that this has nothing to do with the medication or the depression. In an interview, Tonya says that since she had an eating disorder herself, she picks up on it quickly in others. I bet she does. Keri says that CJP has gained weight since she's been there, and that she looks good. Tonya agrees.
The roommates get ready to go out. CJP is wearing leather pants and a bra while she picks out a shirt. In an interview, CJP says that Ali's visit is "really nice" and that it's good to be with "the Ali that [she] loved." Every time she says his name, I think of Mohammed Ali. So now I picture CJP with Jared the Subway Guy and Mohammed Ali. In an interview, CJP says that she and Ali are going out to dinner, and that she's really looking forward to it. Chris walks into the bathroom and asks if that's what she's wearing, in the sense that he thinks it looks really good. CJP turns to her closet to pick out a top, and Chris comes up behind her and touches her lower back, just above the top of her pants, as if to "pinch an inch." CJP turns and looks at him sharply, and Chris giggles. Chris asks, "What?" and Keri, who is standing there blowdrying her hair says, "She's not going to eat tonight." CJP just walks away.