Mike and Joe are packing and racing off to the airport. I hate these running-through-the-airport scenes. Oh, it's Joe's graduation. He says that Ick may be at the airport or may not. Hooray, or not. And it's not.
Okay, Sarah had given Dan some paperwork ("The Definition of Being Actively Involved") and asked whether he had shown it to the other roomies; he said yes, but he was lying. Now Sarah, Flora, and Melissa are all talking about what a huge liar Dan is, and asking why he would bother to lie. We get a few shots of Dan vamping for the camera, and there's your answer: Drama Queen. Now we're back at the extremely revelatory bikini beach interview, where Flora and Sarah call Dan a huge liar some more. In an interview, Dan goes "aaah!" and then, "Frus-tra-ting!" Then we see Sarah talking to Dan about getting space for their business in a hotel lobby, and then we're back to the shirtless rollerblading sequence, only this time Dan is taking notes as he peers into hotel lobbies. A bikini-clad Sarah complains, "He took my journal and wrote in it! And he ripped out pages! That is sacred ground he's treading on!" So Flora backed over Dan's glasses with her Jeep. Good thing Dan's glasses aren't sacred ground.
Melissa gives us some voice-over about the six degrees of separation thing some more as we zoom out of Miami and into New York City. What were the editors smoking when they put this episode together? Pass the dutchie, you all. Now we see a horse...no, a guy with a whip...no, it's a horse again...no, wait! It's a horse and a guy kissing! No! It's Joe and Ick making out in a horse-drawn carriage! Nic gets the Hip, Squiggly Font (tm Djb), but don't we already know her? Toss her back to Monster Island, already. Ick asks who "the kissy, kissy person" might be. Might it be Joe? Might it?
Now Ick and Joe are sitting on a bench. Joe says that they "did a lot of communicating...a lot of communicating...and I absolutely know Nic is the person I could be with for the rest of my life." Nice use of a qualifier: "could." Now Ick busts out the baby talk, saying that she hadn't "heard what it was that [he] might have said." Joe plays along and says about a million times that he loves Ick. There's a shot of the carriage driver, earning his money with a bitter look on his face. Actually, it kind or resembles the look I'm wearing right now.