Paul gets ready to go. I don't think he really left right after Danny's parents. I'm sure he stayed the weekend. They just want to wrap up this storyline before moving on to Jamie's show. Anyway, Danny walks him out and Matt nearly falls out the window trying to see them out on the street. Could he mind his own fucking business for two minutes? I'm amazed that someone who is so against displays of homosexual love seems to be risking life and limb in order to see some. Well, really I'm not. In an interview, Matt says that he was taken aback because Danny and Paul's relationship "was different, loving, and total dedication." Different from what? From the stereotypes he has of gay men? Yeah, you know the gays. They're always out whoring it up, hopping from bed to bed with the frequency of a cheap ham radio (tm Saturday Night Live). Ugh, I hate Matt. Danny and Paul kiss goodbye on the street, and I expect to see Matt's head pop up from behind a parked car.
Jamie holds a meeting about his show, and says that he's confident how things will play out, and that he has a guy to talk about "tribal rhythm," a "jazz guy," and that he's looking for a "blues guy" and a "rap aficionado." Yeah, I can't imagine where they would find someone who knows about blues in freaking New Orleans. We see shots of the various roommates eating and generally looking like they could not care less. Jamie says the show will consist of "twenty minutes of dialogue on the evolution of black music." Yeah, there's a topic you can cover in twenty minutes. I think my next recap will feature twenty minutes of dialogue on the universe. That's a nice, focused topic. In an interview, Kelley says that it's "no secret to anyone that Jamie could give a damn about this job, but he also wants it to be as extravagant as possible." Jamie says he will get basic bios on the guests and give them to the hosts. Kelley asks if they will find out which guest they will be interviewing, before Saturday. Jamie says yes, but doesn't seem to offer up any plan at this point. In an interview, Jamie (with a new, ugly hairstyle) says that there is "ether between Kelley, Danny, and [him]" and that "their vibe is clearly projected on [him]." What? Ether? Vibe? Isn't he supposed to be the smart one?
Kelley, Danny, and Peter go out to a restaurant. Do these people ever eat at home? They are always in restaurants. I suppose it's a good excuse to get out of the house for a while. Anyway, Danny says he couldn't stop laughing because all of a sudden, Jamie cares about the television show and normally they have to hit him and say, "Jamie, are you listening?" I love when Danny gets bitchy. Kelley noticed that if it's not Jamie's ass on the line, he doesn't give a damn, doesn't talk, and doesn't listen. Danny says that Jamie is usually sitting in the corner, playing games on his cell phone. Oh, burn! Well, not really, but it was pretty good. Kelley says that when it's Jamie's show, he wants it to be "the tightest show ever" and says, "'Can I get to know their vibe vibe?'" Yeah, it doesn't make any sense to me either, but I can see Jamie saying it. Maybe he caught encephalitis while in South Africa or something, and now he has the brain fever. At least that would explain his gigantic head. What? It was like that before the trip? Oh, forget it. Kelley says that Jamie doesn't tell her what to talk about, so she will have nothing to say on the show. Danny tells her not to worry about it, that Jamie will do all right in the end because he doesn't want to look bad. Oh, those words will come back to haunt you, young Daniel.