Scenes of New Orleans at night. A patented B/M subtle shot of a sticker that says, "Jesus Saves From Hell." Julie and Danny go to 735 and sit on a couch. Julie mentions that the guys are homophobic. You think? Danny says he is trying to change their opinions by setting a good example. In an interview, Julie says that just because you were brought up to think things about people doesn't make it right. I bet they cut that clip from the "racism is bad" episode and just inserted it here. Julie reveals that the boys were saying that they feel sorry for Danny and she told them he's happy. Then they said that people can change their sexuality. This frustrates Danny. In an interview, Julie says she hasn't "been around many homosexual people" and she's been "intolerant of the whole lifestyle" and that Danny has changed that. She has grown, y'all. Remember on the casting special, when she was all "gays are bad!"? Julie and Danny discuss how you can't change anyone's mind for them -- you can only set an example and hope that they change their mind themselves.
Danny is in the control room at NOA-TV. Dan (he's not wearing a black shirt anymore, but I'm sure you get it by now) knocks on the door. In an interview, Danny says he hopes that people in society will become more open-minded and accepting. So, given what we know about B/M subtlety, this scene will probably feature Dan calling Danny a fag and running away giggling, right? Wrong. Dan walks in and tells Danny he didn't mean to offend him, and he's sorry, and then leaves. Yeah, he's definitely gay. Kidding! I'm just kidding. Except not really. In an interview, Danny says it's weird to hear because he feels like that kid has been judging him all week, more than the rest.