Adam calls his mom. She says that her husband's moving out was "a complete surprise," and that she was crushed. In a confessional, Adam says that his parents have been having problems for a while. Adam's mom says that she wouldn't have told Adam about it. Adam says he's kind of upset about that. She says that it just happened. Adam interviews that he loves and respects his mom, but that she's got a lot of baggage. Adam's mom says she wants to feel that she did the right thing. Adam assures her that she did, because he had a good childhood, and his mom was there for him and his sister. He says that his dad spent his life performing, and his mother spent her life with her kids, and that her kids will always be there for her.
Leah and Stephanie walk around Paris together. Leah interviews that it's a lot of fun to be in Paris with your best friend. Suddenly, it's time for Stephanie to leave. Man, that was a short visit. Leah and Stephanie say goodbye, and Stephanie leaves. In a confessional, Leah says that after Stephanie left, she was left alone with the letter from her doctor, and she was scared.
The roommates have dinner with David, the freelance writer guy for Frommer's. Leah toasts to David and his hospitality. Leah interviews that she realizes she needs "emotional care," and that Christina has been really understanding. Leah tells Christina about the letter she got from home, and says that her tests "showed signs of cancer." Well, that's not exactly true. It showed cells that could potentially develop into cancer, which is certainly scary, but leave it to Leah to be all dramatic about it instead of, you know, going to a doctor for another Pap smear. Since she can't even say the phrase "Pap smear," that shouldn't surprise me. Leah says she may have cervical cancer. Christina starts crying. Christina interviews that she doesn't know what to say or do, but that she's really upset for Leah. Christina asks why Leah didn't tell her earlier. Leah says she was still processing it, and that she thinks it's an error. Oh, that's a good response. "Well, I think the test was wrong, so I'm just going to ignore it instead of getting it checked out further." Leah says she needs to examine the possibility that she may have cancer. It's called WebMD, Leah. Look it up.