Julie tells David that she should learn the blues, since she's living in New Orleans. I would suggest that first she learn how to tune her guitar, because it's hurting my ears. Julie plays some arpeggios and David tells her the music is "tight" (enough with that!) and she could put a "mad beat to it." Julie starts singing and my cats collectively give me a dirty look and leave the room. The dog next door starts howling in pain. Seriously, she cannot sing. It doesn't help that the song she is attempting (I won't say singing) has lyrics like, "Can the child within my heart rise above?" Wait, I recognize those lyrics. Oh my God! That was supposed to be "Landslide" by Fleetwood Mac? What the fuck ever. In a voice-over, David says that tears came from Julie's eyes while she sang, and he wonders what that song means to her. Maybe she's just sad that she is such a bad singer and doesn't know how to tune her guitar. In an interview, Julie is sobbing and says that she wrote off David right away and maybe she does that too much with people. Girl, pull it together! You can't cry in the first episode!
Jamie and Kelley are in the hot tub. Danny joins them. In an interview, Kelley says that she's open to romance. Jamie tells his roommates that he doesn't want the commitment of a girlfriend right now, and he's only looking for "companionship or physicality." In an interview, Danny says he's attracted to Jamie and Kelley "big time," but it's purely physical and he won't do anything about it. Jamie says women are there for two reasons, for "companionship and friendship" or "limbidimous [sic] satisfaction." I swear to God, he said "limbidimous." It was even captioned that way. What a tool. When you look up Madonna/whore complex in the encyclopedia, you see Jamie's scary Frankenstein visage. Kelley tells him how offended she is, sort of. Jamie digs himself further in a hole by saying that his "teen and twenty years" are for him to "be with [his] boys" in a "fraternalesque relationship." He really, really needs to stop making words up. Danny comments that if he likes to hang out with his boys, he should become gay and that would take care of it. In an interview, Jamie says that Danny flirted with him. James says he loves women because he's definitely not gay! Danny says he was kidding. In an interview, Jamie says it's a joking thing because he's definitely not gay! Danny might find him attractive, but it's done, just like Jamie finds a hundred million woman attractive (because he's definitely not gay!), but he wouldn't act on it. Kelley asks Danny to be straight. Danny says being gay is the only thing in his life that's right.