Speak of the devil. Becky tells us that Julie's learned a lot about living in the city, and some "delusions of youth" were washed away. Becky: stick a sock in it.
Next up, Heather. Yay, Heather! Of course she is the only one besides Julie to speak without a large, heaping tablespoonful of bullshit added. A montage of clips of Heather being cute and having fun run during her voice-over. She says that they all knew it was going to end, and that they are all sad to see it end. She says that she was sort of waiting for it to end, but she's not at all disappointed she did it. We see a clip of Eric and Heather embracing.
Anyone who's lactose-intolerant should stop reading now. Because it's time for Eric's interview. He's sporting the "intellectual French pool boy" look he was in the beginning shots of the show. Très chic! Eric says that what he likes about Heather is that she's just Heather and does whatever she wants, and doesn't care what other people say or think, but just speaks her mind. Montage of Eric/Heather interaction shots run. Then a great shot of Heather screaming, "Eric, why don't you just shut the fuck up?" Oooh. My VCR almost mutinies after I rewind and play that part about eight times.
"Road to Nowhere" by the Talking Heads plays as Norman tells us, "Heather is The General. She is the General and doesn't deal with all the other stuff. And if you can't be a General, don't speak to Heather." More clips of Heather.
Becky says she thinks Heather is great, "even with all her ideas and the rules that she lives by" and that Heather understands a part of Becky that no one else does.
Okay, enough with the fucking montages. So far this episode reminds me of that ultra-lame sitcom convention, the "Remember When?" episode where we're subjected to Lucy Ricardo/Richie Cunningham/Alex P. Keaton or WHOEVER filling us in on some high-larious event in the past because the cast and crew were too damned lazy to film a new episode.
Anyways. Caption: Becky at Sin-é. Heather says that Becky confuses her a lot because she knows that Becky wants to do her music, but that Heather doesn't know what she's doing about it, and that Becky just seems so weird about the whole thing. Becky is lackadaisically strumming her guitar and playing. You know, Becky is a really cute girl, if you subtract that whole Incredibly Fucking Annoying thing she has going on.