Meanwhile, Julia is — well, where else would she be but at Armando’s?
They’re talking about Valeria and Armando tells Julia that he slept with her but that he doesn’t think he should have. Julia snaps at him and asks if it’s because she hurt his ego somehow, but Armando says that it’s not it at all.
Armando: I feel like — like, I’m wasting my life and my love. Like I’m wasting my kisses and I feel like — like I’m going to end up alone and make it so that other people end up alone.
Sigh. I need a drink.
Julia: Well, I’m surprised. I’ve never heard you talk like this. On the one hand I feel bad that you ended things with this girl but on the other, it’s great that you’re thinking like this. I think it’s important for you to finally grow and for you to realize that you can’t go through life –
Yeah, there’s a shocker.
Over at Mariana’s, Hernan is telling Mariana a heartbreaking story from his days as a doctor in the war and how he had only ten minutes to evacuate with his patients but that there wasn’t enough time to get everyone to a safe zone, so they were forced to take refuge underground.
Hernan: Suddenly, two soldiers entered and I fired. They were two young kids. I couldn’t speak for four or five days. The screwed up thing is that wars are organized and planned and used as business by adults but the ones they send to kill each other are the kids.
Over at Armando’s, the kiss didn’t get him very far. In fact, Julia’s rather upset.
Also – and this may surprise some of you – she’s confused. Yes. She gets there and she’s only about 20% confused and then by the time she leaves she’s like … 1000% confused. Which is a lot of confusion for one poor lesbisexual. Oh noes, poor Julia. Her life is so hard.
Sue Sylvester: You think this is hard? Try auditioning for Baywatch and being told they’re going in another direction. That’s hard.
Yes, thank you, Sue.