We get another patented B/M montage. A dog. A Rite-Aid. A basketball court. Kelley and Melissa go to buy lunch for Peter, since he has to work twelve-hour shifts without a lunch break. In an interview, Melissa says that Peter is too good to be true, and that Kelley would like things to seem platonic, but "it's so not." They buy lunch and get back in the car. Melissa asks if Peter's girlfriend left. Kelley says she left yesterday, and Melissa replies, "Good!" In an interview, Kelley explains that Peter's girlfriend was in town this past weekend. Kelley tells Melissa that she's sure the girlfriend is a nice person. Melissa says she's sure the girlfriend is nice, and Kelley concludes, "But she doesn't live here right now." Melissa repeats, "Out of sight, out of mind." In an interview, Kelley says she doesn't want to "mess anyone's life up or screw up a relationship," but when you live so far away, it seems like it makes sense to have interest in someone else. Yeah, you keep rationalizing it, Kelley. It doesn't make it right. Kelley delivers Peter's lunch. In an interview, Kelley says Peter decided he would like to "see where this goes." Kelley leaves, and tells Melissa in the car that Peter looked "so cute in his little scrubs." Also, they weren't covered in blood. Well, that's a relief.
Danny asks Julie if she's dyeing Alan's hair. "The Real Slim Shady" plays on the soundtrack, and the comparison of Mormon Alan to Eminem is funny to me, because they could not have less in common. Well, except they both hate the gays. Julie applies the hair dye, and tells Alan he looks good, when as a veteran hair dyer, I can tell you that how your hair appears when the dye is on has little to no relevance toward how it will look when the dye is off. Julie and Melissa rinse Alan's hair, and the song says, "Won't the real Slim Shady please stand up, please stand up, please stand up" and they show the shot of Alan standing up three times to go with the music. The editors must get bored sometimes. I know how that goes. Danny says that Alan's hair is orange. This pleases Alan, and he and Julie banter about his T-shirt. Yes, this is all as boring as it sounds. I'm trying to spice it up, but there's only so much I can do, given the material. Julie and Alan run up the stairs and Danny and Melissa exchange a look. Melissa says, "The prairie children run up the stairs as they held hands." Danny bursts out laughing and says, "Little House on the Prairie" and he and Melissa giggle. I'll admit, I giggled too.