Rebecca tells Stephen that Sir Mix-A-Lot is going to produce a song for her. Rebecca's friend Chris is visiting, and they are going to write a song together. In an interview, Rebecca says that Chris is "an incredible songwriter." Stephen asks whether Chris came out to visit Rebecca, saying that he thought Rebecca "picked him up at Sir Mix-A-Lot's house." Heh. In the interview, Rebecca says that Chris will write the tune and she'll write the words, "and then Mix wants [them] to go back into the studio." Ooh, he's "Mix" now. Rebecca and Chris work on the song that will become the super-annoying but oh-so-catchy "Innocent." In an interview, Rebecca says that she lives music, and that she thinks music is poetry. Gack! Sorry. I think I just threw up.
More transportation. A train, then baggage carts going out to meet an airplane. Nathan nervously waits for Stephanie to arrive, and smiles when he sees her. Stephanie runs up and gives him a big hug. In an interview, Nathan says that when they're hugging, he feels safe. Nathan says that the plan is to get some beers, and Stephanie thinks that sounds good. To enhance the drama, B/M is completely ignoring the other two friends who have come with Stephanie to hang out with Nathan.
In the car, Nathan and Stephanie are giggling, and then she says, "You've changed." Nathan tells her to shut up and asks what's wrong with her. In an interview, Nathan says that he's going to tell Stephanie about the girl he kissed, but not until the end of the trip, because he doesn't want her to have a bad time while she's there. I don't know. I'm of two minds about it. On the one hand, what he said. On the other hand, if he told her right away, they would have the chance to talk about it in person. And if he told her at the end, all of her memories of the trip would be tainted. Wow, I just put way too much thought into that.