Sam marches into "Callbacks" and says to Vandy: "It's time that you let me go. In here," gesturing to her heart. She says the "friend thing isn't working," blah blah, he needs to really try. "Okay, Sam," says Vandy, "but you have to let me let go. Who followed who to college? And who followed who to New York? And who keeps showing up in whose bar? Just who needs to let go of who, Sam?" And who can make the sun shine? The Vandyman can, the Vandyman can! Go, Vandy! Sam gets the point. She says that she's had to let go of so many things, "but it's really hard to let go of some of the good parts." And Vandy, she says, is the very best part. Aw. They agree to try being friends for the seventy-ninth time since the series began.
Dawnie comes home to see Ty setting up camp on the living room couch. Someone tell me again why he has to stay here at Pottery Barn, when over at Jesse's place there are at least three spare rooms the size of airplane hangars? Dawnie's changed her tune and she begins to apologize for whatever-the-hell-happened six years ago. She says she knew about all the cheating, because she knew Ty, but she didn't say anything, because she didn't want to lose him as a friend -- "I took what I could," she says, and for that she was just as dishonest as he was. I'd just like to say that I was almost kind of moved by this scene, mostly due to Brad Rowe's acting. "So what do we do now?" asks Ty. "Well, I don't know about you," says Dawnie, "but this is all going into my thesis." Yeah, Dawnie, as soon as you figure out how to cite that big, fat, non-existent book called All About Me in your footnotes. "You know," says Ty, "you never asked me what was in my pockets." "Let's see," says Dawnie. Ty stands and turns his lint-free pockets inside-out. "Empty -- now what does that mean?" I don't know, Ty. What about the back pockets? Maybe you should turn around. Oh, wait, you don't have back pockets? Well, could you just turn around anyway, Ty? Thanks.
Dawnie tells Ty, "There's a part of you that's empty and needs to be filled -- maybe you need a friend." She offers a friendly handshake. Although Dawnie is way, way too big to fit in Ty's pocket, she'll have to do, at least until he finds a nice hamster, or maybe a ferret. They hug. Fade out.