Nick asks Simon about Cal, who a couple days beforehand came out to Simon as bisexual and said he was interested in hanging out. Simon is less affected by the situation than normal because of his identity issue in his relatonship with Blue.
Nobody; he's just from drama club.
So who's this Calvin fellow?
Blue refuses to reveal his identity and makes a strange comment before ignoring Simon, which makes Simon think he's lost interest in him and want to at least be friends.
I know it's not fair for me to try and push you into revealing your identity, but I think we're ready.
What do you mean? Nothing is working out the way I want it to.
I don't know, and I'm really sorry. I'm glad things seem to be working out for you, though.
Despite all of the things going on in his life, including a gift from Blue and an instance of bullying by some schoolmates, Simon performs his play in front of the whole school.
Abby and Nick take Simon to a gay bar after their performance, but after meeting a guy he starts drinking and ends up very drunk. When they go back to Simon's house his parents get upset with him and ground him.
Should we be letting him drink?
I don't know...
After not being able to find her for days, Simon confronts Leah in the hallway to ask what's wrong and she expresses how angry she is that he, Abby, and Nick chose not to invite her to the bar.
Do you want to actually tell me what's wrong instead of just being mad about it?
Next time you, Abby, and Nick hang out without me, can you at least send some picture so I can pretend I have friends?
While putting on his stage makeup, Abby explains to Simon how Martin told her about Simon going along with the blackmail and how she's disappointed that he was willing to manipulate her love life for his own personal benefit.
Maybe have someone else do your show makeup tomorrow.