Warehouse. Day. Wes and Danny and Neh sit around; the editing is very weird, lending us to believe that it's awkward and tense and that we should somehow care, but it's not awkward or tense between the characters; it's just strangely edited. Wes talks about how he and Wren have hit a "plateau." He then camera-pales that "at the beginning of Wren and I's [sic] relationship..." What a maroon. He says that things were moving very fast at the beginning, but that now they're not, and that he always has ADD in relationships, and really, as usual, he's saying nothing. Danny hypothesizes that the problem is that Wes wants to have sex with Wren, but that she won't let him. He lies that it's not about sex. He says that there are two Wrens: the one he knows and likes, and then the one in front of the camera. Oh, Jesus, who cares? Aren't you supposed to "show," not "tell," in drama? Man, B/M should have Ondi watch and give notes on this footage instead. The Boys With Avids love editing weird shots of Wes's confessionals where he just makes funny faces. That goes on, and then, over a long shot of the warehouse, he says, "Great girl, wrong time." Terrible show. Terrible time. Commercials.
Austin. Austin. Buildings. Buildings. Warehouse. Ah, more riveting footage of Neh editing. Dope. Upstairs, Mel lets Ondi in. They don't have a boob-off, but they could; I suspect it might be a draw. Mel wears whore shorts, clearly dressed up for Ondi. Klassy. She leads her to the editing room, where Neh is even more klassy, dressed in a DIG! shirt and sweats. Either he's trying to show Ondi that he liked the film, or the boy had no clothes until he got this free shit last night. Neh camera-talks that DIG! was one of the greatest inspirations to him. Uh, didn't he just see it last night?
Neh shows Ondi their terrible doc and she watches blankly.
Shots of the doc. Shots of the doc. Lacey is there, presumably because her boyfriend wised up and got Caller ID. Ondi wakes up briefly at one section and says that a shot is good, asking if that was Neh. He nods, but so small, you just know he's lying. She starts giving advice about laying the music down first and editing to that, and to the specific beats of the music. She gives more advice, and then Neh tells us Ondi said that her biggest problem was making her movie "flow," and coincidentally, that's their biggest problem, too! You know, I probably would have put "it sucks" before "flow" on the list of problems for their movie, but then again, I didn't get an AB degree in film from a community college. Ondi asks if it's all on Neh's shoulders, and he says it is. Lacey quickly jumps in, saying that she did a lot of work and that Neh did nothing -- but she quickly lies that she's just kidding. Neh has smartly learned to ignore Lacey, and then tells us that he's not making a big deal that he's doing most of the work, and that he knows Paul knows it's all him. See, Neh, I've learned in fact not to claim ownership of sub-par efforts, especially when they are, in fact, mine. Ondi wishes them luck. They're going to need it.