In an interview, Danny says he's feeling the temptation to "hook up, big time." I'm feeling the temptation to tell him not to say "big time" anymore. Danny calls Paul and they talk about how much they miss each other and whether they should be exclusive. Danny channels Gay David from Seattle by saying "kid" a lot. The producers also get a lot of shots of him touching his ankle but because of the weird camera angle, it looks like he's putting his hand down his pants or something. Anyway, after Danny gets off the phone, he puts on his headphones and sits at the breakfast bar while Melissa and Matt sit in the background. I swear to God, Matt is always in the background.
Julie asks David if he thinks he's a "player," and points out a bumper sticker he owns that says, "Move out of the way or you're gonna get played." David says he has experience, and experience is the key to life, so he's living life. Yeah, I don't know what he's talking about either. Julie asks him about his first impression of her. David says he thought she was "fresh like a snowflake" and David felt like he would corrupt her. In a confessional, Julie says that she has a connection with David, and they're "meshed" and she can see into him and he can see into her. What? Where did that come from? David compares himself to dirty, slushy snow, and Julie says, "Yellow snow?" Once again, Matt is in the room for this conversation, even though he hasn't said a word, and you didn't even see that he was there until the end. Dude, he's creeping me out. He's everywhere! David asks if Julie could ever see herself with a person like him. Julie says she doesn't know and giggles. David needs to tone it down about ten notches.
David hums along with a tape recorder, and informs us in a voice-over that he is "writing a song" for Julie based on one of her guitar parts. Oh my God. You know before, when I said that Jamie's jig was the funniest part of the episode? I lied. This is. David is making these strained faces while he sings, like he's trying to push out a bowel movement, and it is so hysterical. He's so deadly serious about the whole thing. Anyway, he is clearly infatuated with Julie. He says some other stuff in this scene, between songs, but that's what it boils down to.