Derek's car has finally caught up with them. He stops behind them. Then glares, and slowly rear-ends Adam. His car, I mean. He rear-ends Adam again. He just wants to tap Adam a few times on the backside. His car, I mean. Cough. Tru wonders what the hell Derek's doing. Derek says he's just trying to throw a scare into the two of them. Adam urges Jen to get out of his car, but he can't because the door is jammed. Yes, of course. The doors totally jam up when your car gets mildly rear-ended. There really is no end to the stupidity on this show. Tru tries to get Derek to stop, reminding him that his sister's in the car. He swears he's not going to kill them; he's just going to push the car up to the guardrail. This prompts a flashback for the stupid to yestertoday, of Marco 2.0 saying the guardrail didn't hold. Tru's not having any luck convincing Derek to stop, so she just explains to him that Jen isn't in love with Adam; she's in love with Amy. This finally causes him to stop and goggle at Tru.
While Derek is figuring a way to come out as a sadist, Amy arrives in her car, because she knew they would be at the cliff, because well, never mind. Jen climbs out of the passenger window. Amy rushes over, saying she saw Derek's car, which doesn't make any sense at all, so whatever. The two girls hug. Everybody else stands around, looking a little confused. So Derek was going to accidentally kill his own sister and then -- what, just drive off and not tell anybody? Actually, yeah, I could probably see that. But wait -- if Amy drove over because she "saw Derek's car," wouldn't she have done that yestertoday as well? So she would have you know what, like Marco 2.0 said, don't think too much. I have better things to do. Derek and Adam stare at each other as the two girls hug. They're totally going to hook up later.
We cut back to the morgue, as Tru and Davis stroll down The Tunnel of Repeating The Blatantly Obvious, as Davis repeats the entire premise of the show for us. Thanks so much. I didn't quite get it yet. Tru, bearing the bouquet of roses, exposits that the girls decided not to run away after all, and The Town is just going to have to deal with their new teen lesbian mascots. The two of them reiterate the fact that they're a team now, although, if you think about it, Davis actually didn't help Tru at all this episode. It would be funny if it weren't so damned tragic and stupid. Davis asks Tru about the roses. She says Amy and Jen gave them to her for helping them deal with their secret. What exactly did she do? She didn't do a damned thing with their secret. Amy, Jen, and Adam dealt with their problems themselves. Tru essentially saved them by outing them to Derek so that he wouldn't kill them by accident. If outing people is all it takes to be a hero, then Michelangelo Signorile should be president. And then Tru gives Davis the roses for helping her deal with her secret, which he didn't do either, so fine. I'm giving you all roses for helping me deal with this awful show, except it's people like you watching it that are keeping it from getting CANCELLED!