Editing. Editing. Neh works. He tells us he's used to pressure and isn't worried that the trip will be sacrificed. Now Wes watches. Time passes. Neh tells us he's been partying a lot, but that when it's time to work, he works. Please tell Wes to put a shirt on. Someone. Anyone.
Shots of a crane.
3 PM. Two hours before the screening, Rachel is trying to output the now-finished doc and the computer is fucking up. She wakes Neh up. He can't fix it. They talk about technical jargon and Lacey comes in and Rachel says the computer is "being silly." Lacey camera-talks that she has to dub this twenty-minute movie twice, so basically, she's screwed, displaying a remarkable ability to make even computer problems somehow about her. Neh ominously flips through the computer manual as Rachel tries to tell us that this is a huge deal and that their trip is at risk...and we slink of to commercials, ashamed for watching and/or being this program.
It's 3:30 PM, we are told. Wow, this is like 24, only boring and with fewer alcoholic Canadians. Lacey is at the computer. She tells us she's frustrated that she "can't get it to output." That's what she said in bed with Ryan. Zing! Lacey then disses Neh, calling him by the unwieldy nickname "Mr. I Went To Film School And I'm Going To Brag About It" -- she's mad at him because he leaves her to let her deal with the technical issue. C'mon, that's what "talent" is supposed to do. They do their thing and then leave it to the techies to figure out the boring nitty gritty stuff. And c'mon, Lacey is totally a techy. Always wearing weird clothes. Bad skin. Virgin. Actually, I'm pretty sure she worked backstage when I did Carousel in high school. Rachel goes on -- and we see clips of this -- that Danny and Mel are making out in bed, and Wes is asleep. Lacey uses the conveniently-on-hand T-Mobile Whatever to call "David" to come help with the computer; he agrees to come over. Lacey and Johanna continue to fuck with the computer, getting no results.
Austin. Austin. Building. Clock tower. Clock tower. Warehouse. Doc dork David arrives to triumphant music. All the kids are around now, including Danny, hopefully having washed his hands. And face. And toes. David hits a button and fixes everything. Rachel calls him a "big jerky-pants." Hey now! Language! Did you get that mouth in the Army? Lacey camera-brooches that David did the same thing she'd been trying, and of course, for him, it worked.