Cut to Danny and Julie, sitting downstairs. Danny asks if Julie heard Kelley and David fighting about the show. Okay, Danny's wearing the gray sweater again. I like Danny, but this is getting ridiculous. All right, I'll give it one more week, but then I'm calling off the sweater-bashing moratorium. Anyway, Julie thinks that David is upset that they schedule meetings when he can't come. Julie knows it's hard to work around his schedule, but she doesn't think he's attended any meetings. Danny says they don't work around anyone else's schedule, so why should they work around David's? Good point, that.
Back upstairs, Kelley tells David that she doesn't think she's attacking him. David clearly disagrees and starts talking really, really fast. All I got out of it was that she shouldn't go into battle with him because she will lose. Oh, for Pete's sake. Grow up, David. Kelley says he should do what he has to do because they won't be having this conversation again. David agrees that they won't, meaning that she will stop "attacking" him. Kelley says they won't because she's not having it anymore, and walks off. You go, girl! I know that's a really lame saying, but I'm out of the loop. What do people say now instead of "You go, girl"? Come on, guys. Hook a sister up. Don't make me start watching TRL again.
Melissa is on the phone with Ryan again. She asks if he's planning to visit her as if she were a friend that he got to know and enjoy in Tampa, who he is now going to see in her new place, or if he's planning to visit his girlfriend. Why doesn't she just tell him that she doesn't want to be his girlfriend, and that he is still welcome to visit, but she wants to make that clear? I mean, I know the producers wouldn't want that, but I sure would. Anyway, Ryan doesn't know what he wants. In an interview, Melissa tells us he is a "hopeless romantic" and he thinks that she will end up back in Tampa and their relationship will "continue and flourish." Back on the phone, she tells him that she's concerned about hurting his feelings, and hopes he understands the "disaster and possible trauma" that goes with his visit. Wow, she really knows how to roll out the old welcome mat, eh?
The gang is at the television station. We know this because there are shots of antennas and satellite dishes. Or maybe they're in Area 51. Hey, there's an alien! Oh, it's just Matt. He asks the group, who are all in a conference room, what they hope to accomplish. Jamie says they should film all of them "doing stupid shit" and then pass a book around. Yeah, that sounds pretty much like every cable access show I've ever seen, especially the "doing stupid shit" part. David asks if the book thing is set in stone, because it will be a problem. Melissa and Kelley both say, "Why?" but before David can explain, we need to break for interviews.