The next day, Julia works on her indecision-making skills by looking at photos of herself standing beside both objects of her affection. Then she picks up the phone and makes a call.
Later on, she arrives at Mariana’s apartment. Mariana isn’t happy to see her.
Mariana: Did you already get tired of your space?
Julia apologizes and says that she needed time and space to think and organize her head and to reflect and make certain decisions, yadda yadda. None of this sounds good to anyone that’s actually listening. It especially doesn’t sound good to Mariana.
Julia: Why are you taking it like this?
Mariana: How do you want me to take it? You say space and I interpret that to mean distance. If you want distance, there’s the door. But stop playing with me.
Julia says she’s not playing. And then Armando shows up. Yay!
Mariana: I can’t believe this.
Yeah, me neither, but here we are. She asks Armando what he’s doing there and Julia says that she asked him to come. Even better! Armando asks why Julia invited him because if it’s to tell him that they’re just friends that’s never going to work.
Armando: What you and I have –
Mariana doesn’t like the sound of that one bit and the two of them start yelling at each other. Julia shuts them up and tells them that she needs to talk to both of them at the same time because she has something very important to tell them.
Mariana: Go ahead, Julia. Articulate. Why don’t you tell us what it is that you want from us?
Julia: I want you both!
Sigh. Drinks, anyone? My treat.