Someone asks, "Do you feel MTV was exploiting you by putting you in the house with Pedro, knowing that you would grow close to him and he would die?" Ooh, good question. Judd starts preaching that Pedro saw the show as an extension of his educational outreach, and that Judd wouldn't give up the experience for anything. Judd is so sanctimonious. Alison introduces a clip package of Pedro's memorial service, a video message from Bill Clinton, the opening of the Pedro Zamora Youth HIV Clinic, and the declaration of Pedro Zamora Day. The final clip is a speech Pedro gave about believing that his life had a purpose and that he's a person living with AIDS, not dying. We see his commitment ceremony with his boyfriend Sean. As the package ends, the cast members wipe away tears. Sean, Pedro's partner, stands up in the audience and Alison says that the video showed "Pedro the person, not Pedro the person with HIV." Well, except for all the parts about HIV. Sean says he hopes people will remember Pedro's bravery, courage and honesty. In an interview, Mohammed says he learned about persistence from Pedro. Judd says that Pedro raised awareness, so Judd has spent the past year lecturing and he encourages others to get out there and do something so they can be as pompous as him. I mean, Pedro was really brave, and he was a good person, but Judd acts like just because he knew Pedro, that makes him a saint or something.
Someone says to Judd, "You seem a little disenchanted here today." Is that a question really? Judd says he didn't want to attend at first. We see a shot of Puck flipping him the bird. Judd says it seems like a lie, getting together and someone can't be there. Personally, he hasn't had time to heal and get some distance so it isn't all so raw. Alison asks Puck how he feels about the experience. Puck says he worked with AIDS patients in San Francisco when he was a bike messenger, but as Mohammed said, he's nobody. Okay, being paid to deliver stuff to people is not quite the same as volunteering to do educational outreach, Puck. Judd stands up and yells at Puck to say what he said when Pedro died. Puck doesn't answer, so Judd says, "You said 'Good riddance.' Everywhere!" Puck tells him to get off his soapbox, which normally I would applaud, but I think Judd's anger is pretty justified here. Judd keeps screaming, "Tell me you didn't say it!" Puck flips him off and says he didn't say it. Judd says he's lying and sits down, defeated. Puck blurts out, "Your mother's my secret lover." Oh, good one. Judd throws his hands up and Kevin throws a pillow at Puck. Puck says, "I'd be disenchanted if I didn't have any ass either. Save your grandstanding, Judd." What does that even mean? Are you seeing what I'm saying about mental illness here? Jon starts to say something but Puck says he's leaving and everyone applauds. Puck says, "I'm a sporty guy and these are all issues that concern me too, but I'm not going to stand here and get berated by this pinhead. I'm human, man." Irene snarks, "You have a funny way of showing it." Puck says she's a cop and everyone's a cop. What? Puck is one step away from the Unabomber. You know it and I know it. Alison tries to let Jon finish his sentence. Irene says at least she does some good in this world. Puck says he has too. Irene tells him to prove it because he hasn't done anything. Puck stands up and says, "Pick, pick, pick, pick, pick, everyone's picking on me." Cry me a river, loser. Irene says, "Pick yourself out of here, then." Woo hoo! Go Irene! I take back when I said you were boring. Puck leaves. Backstage, he says it's a complete piece of shit and suddenly he doesn't want the cameras on him. Afraid they will catch an honest emotion out of you, Puck?