In an interview, Kelley says that caring about a person because you think that you'll be friends with them, and then you don't get together, makes things hard. Got all that? Good, can you explain it to me? I totally don't get what Kelley is saying. Let me try this out. Based on appearances, she thought that she and Jamie would be good friends. But then they didn't get along right away, so she started talking about him behind his back. I think that's what she is saying, essentially, but it still doesn't make any sense to me. Probably what she wants to say is that she thought Jamie would be cool, and then he turned out to be a dick.
Kelley and Jamie both agree that it was a good conversation, but that the issue is not over. Of course, if they weren't drinking, the conversation never would have happened in the first place, so I don't give it much credence. In an interview, Kelley says that they realized they can communicate.
Julie is pointing out to Matt that Jamie bought Kelley flowers. Julie thinks it's super keen that Jamie didn't just give the flowers to Kelley. Instead, he bought her favorite flowers and just put them on the bar where she would see them. Julie is impressed that he did it with her in mind. Matt wisely points out that it is what Julie would like a boy to do for her. Of course, this whole scene could have taken place before, after, or even during the previous one.
Danny and Julie are brushing their teeth in the bathroom. Danny brings up Musical Matt, and says that Julie should have stuck with Baxter. Enough with the Baxter, Danny! Why don't you date him, if you like him so much? Julie says that she wasn't trying to hook up with Musical Matt, and then whispers that he's gay, like it's cancer or something. Danny says that he knows, because Musical Matt gave him "a look" when they shook hands, but Danny wondered if Julie knew. Julie laughs that it would've been good -- Julie falls in love with a gay man. So, the producers were intentionally misleading us with that whole "Julie doesn't want to leave Musical Matt to go see Baxter" thing? I just can't believe it.
As she drives the car, Julie informs us that some of Baxter's friends are a wreck. In an interview, Julie lets us know that they are going to a party, and it's not an official date. I guess official dates would need to be, like, registered with the Mormon Church or something. Danny tells her not to worry about Baxter's friends. They arrive at the party, and Julie voice-overs that they are all drinking, and she's not. Good thing, because she's only twenty. Not that it ever stopped Colin in Hawaii. This party is, as everything associated with Baxter's house apparently must be, creepy. In an interview, Danny says that they all decided to have a "girl boxing match." We see some chicks slugging each other with lots of blurred-out faces in the background. I'm guessing the blurry ones are the underage ones. In an interview, Julie says that some girl asked her if she wants to learn to box, and Julie said, "Why not?" Um, because you could get your ass kicked?