In an interview, Danny says, "It's easy to look at Julie as a naïve, simple-minded kid, but when she plays music, deep feelings come out, and you get to see a completely different side of Julie." Do you think he really meant to call her "simple-minded?" The song concludes:
You're all I've been waiting for
And I knew, knew when I saw you. (Nothing like ending on a "Huh?" feeling.)
Julie immediately steps on any moment she might have created by saying into the microphone, "I'm all depressing. Sorry." Dude, it's a coffeehouse. The people are there to be depressed. That's how it works. If they want happy and jolly, they'll go to a karaoke bar. Julie runs over to Danny, and it's that moment when you've just walked off stage, and you have all this adrenaline, and all you really want is for all your friends to say, "Oh, my God! You were fantastic! Great! I loved it!" Danny doesn't really comply, so Julie starts babbling about how her music is so sad, and her new goal is to write happier music, but she looks really happy right now. I'm happy, because that storyline is finally over.
Kelley and Jamie are having a conference on a patio somewhere. Outside Belfort? Possibly. Somewhere else entirely? We'll never know, because we are just dropped right into the middle of this conversation. Also -- and it needs to be mentioned -- they are both drinking beers and acting as if the one in their hands is not their first. Kelley tells Jamie that she's been waiting for him to say something, but he won't so "once again" she does. She makes air quotes when she says "once again," so she must be drunk, because no sober person would do such a thing, except possibly that one girl in Say Anything who's all "Diane Court, whoa." Where was I? Oh yeah. Jamie protests that he did come to her. Kelley interrupts him, talking way too fast, and saying that he called her a "psycho bitch," and that their conversation didn't get past the "psycho bitch part," and that the words are still resonating in her skull. Um, Kelley? He didn't call you a "psycho bitch." He called you a "psycho woman." I've got it on tape. Jamie doesn't correct her, though, and really, it's not that big of a difference, unless you are a detail-oriented Virgo like me. Kelley continues to speak at the speed of light, saying that she doesn't think she's psycho, and she's sorry if she "portrayed that to [him]." Jamie says that he misunderstood her statement, "Are you an asshole? I hear you're a Tri Delta." When did she say that? And why didn't we see it? I swear, next season they need to have these people live in the Big Brother house so that all conflicts can be resolved by going to tape. Anyway, that statement made Jamie feel that Kelley was biased against the "white frat-boy, Ivy League, capitalist pig ideology." Aren't we all, though? Kelley says that everyone thought that she was the "token cute white girl," and that when Jamie walked in, she felt relieved because she thought he would be her "counterpart." But then they didn't click, and it was confusing.