Norman gets the ticket. Heather says, "Have a nice day!" and the pro-choice van keeps on rolling. They land in DC. Julie is in awe at the size of the rally. It is, indeed, a huge mass of people. Andre tells us that it was one million, packed from the Capitol building to the Washington Monument. Gloria Steinem (I think) gives a rousing speech, but then the camera cuts to Norman as he says, "It's Charles!" to Julie. Julie says, "What?"
Norman leaps over to Charles, who has some curly-haired blonde woman on his shoulders, chicken-fight style. He kisses Charles rather enthusiastically, so much so that Blondie almost topples over.
Norm tells us that Charles was the last person he'd expected to see, since Charles was impossible to get ahold of before Norm left. We see shots of Norm and Charles being loverlike, which is pretty funny considering that it's a pro-choice rally they're getting jiggy at, and I cannot imagine a place that would make me less romantically inclined other than a Siegfried & Roy performance.
More shots of the rally. Heather's voice-over tells us that she was glad to see so much support and so many people behind it, and that she was glad to hear the reasons behind the pro-choice platform. Julie and Heather are sitting in the back.
Kevin leads a community discussion on pro-choice vs. pro-life. One woman is adamantly pro-life. Heather is doing everything but rolling her eyes. Heather, in her one-on-one, tells us that this woman was a big pro-life nut (my words, not Heather's) and while Heather could respect that, she was getting pretty pissed that this woman refused to see the viewpoint of say, a thirteen-year-old who's really not equipped to have a baby and wants an abortion.
Julie, in her one-on-one, tells us solemnly that no one has the right to judge another, and that while she herself couldn't have an abortion, she's not going to judge anyone's right to have one nor take away their right to obtain one.
Shots of the city at night. That damn Red Hot Chili Peppers song plays again. Julie walks into Darlene's camp under the bridge and gets ready to spend the night. I have to say that this camp is a lot cleaner and safer looking than some I've seen. Darlene takes Julie around the camp and shows her the sights.