Some text scrolls across the screen and at first I think it's just a promo for TRL, but then I realize it says, "Three Hours Till Show Time" and it annoys me that they wrote "Till" instead of "Until," but I'm anal like that. ["I prefer 'til, but apparently 'till' is considered a word now. I don't recognize it, though." -- Wing Chun] Kelley is looking at a website about alcohol abuse. In an interview, Melissa says that Kelley is "freaking out" and "scouring the Internet for information on topics we will talk about for approximately one minute." I am so much like Kelley in that respect. I believe there is no such thing as being over-prepared. Jamie arrives, skateboard in hand, and the scrolling text says that it is not "Two Hours Till Show Time." Yep, the "Till" still bugs me. Julie tells Jamie that they are "looking for stats on drunks." Now I know why Julie doesn't get to be a host. Can't you just see it? She's interviewing a recovering alcoholic, and she says, "So, how long have you been a drunk?" Julie tells Kelley that they are going to take a walk because they need to get out of the building, and that she was there late last night, but that they will come back and help later. Kelley says okay. In an interview, Kelley says, "I need help, please, and...it wasn't there." I really don't feel bad for her, because if she needed help, she should have asked for it. Cry me a river.
Jamie and Julie are walking down the street. Jamie says that if people tell him what to do, he will do it, but he doesn't want to "exist in the office" just to make them all feel...and Julie butts in with, "equally, yeah." Jamie says that they should "delegate responsibilities and we'll get it done." Julie says that she was really happy yesterday because she's going to do the editing and now she has a purpose. Jamie feels there is "too much micro-management" and that "everybody has to be involved with everybody else's thing." He says he trusts Julie to do the editing and do it well. In an interview, Kelley says that Jamie has an "uncanny way of slipping through the cracks" and she falls for it, and that even though she's angry, she doesn't say anything. Jamie and Julie are sitting on a wall somewhere, and he tells her to keep some perspective because nothing about this show is worth getting angry or pissed off about because in the end, it means nothing. And while he has a point, you'd think that they would want to work a little harder out of some loyalty to Kelley, to whom it does matter a great deal; she has made no secret of that fact. Jamie asks Julie what time it is, and she says she doesn't know, but that they should probably get back. I was sure that they were going to be late, but instead this whole segment seems to have had no point, unless it was setting up a future Kelley vs. Jamie conflict.