It's the next day and Melissa is on the phone with Ryan, who tells her that he is serious "like a heart attack" about coming to visit her this weekend. In an interview, Melissa says she dated Ryan for a month and a half. Back on the phone, Melissa informs Ryan he will be there for her birthday. Hey, if they only dated for six weeks, I don't expect him to know when her birthday is. I can barely remember when my own birthday is half the time. Melissa is having a birthday party at "the Red Room." She asks Ryan what his visit is going to be like. Or maybe now she's talking to her Psychic Friend. It's not really clear. In an interview, Melissa says she's scared of Ryan's visit because she likes seeing other boys. She thinks Ryan is going to come out and "stake his claim" to her, and then she can't "enjoy the company of men." Is that what the kids are calling it these days? This whole interview would be a lot more interesting if we had any freaking clue what Ryan said back to her. Did he say that he was coming out to stake his claim? Or is Melissa reading into it too much? We will never know. Melissa tells Ryan she's scared that they will argue during his visit, and she doesn't want to do that. We see a shot of Melissa frantically rubbing the arm of the couch, and it's scary. Finally, she tells him that she hopes his visit is "completely nice." Wow, I bet he's already packed and ready to go, with that kind of enthusiasm.
A piano plays what the captioning identifies as a "dramatic melody," and that's a pretty apt description. We see a shot of the exterior of a building at Loyola College, and then David walking into the building. It turns out that David is the one playing the piano! They were all dramatic about it, like not revealing who it was, and showing the interior of the piano for about five minutes before finally panning out to reveal David. Whatever. In an interview, David says that playing the piano is his art and his communication, and that the piano is his best friend. Then he gets up and starts humping the piano. Well, not really, but he might as well have. I have to say that I too play the piano (although, honestly, not as well as David) and I do find it to be a great source of stress relief, and I miss playing a great deal now that I live in an apartment and don't have a piano. But I would never, ever call the piano my best friend. Dude, that's just sad.