Violet's knocking on Finch's bedroom door. He answers it in a suit(!).
Finch has really done up his closet home for this occasion. He painted the walls and ceiling to make it look like outer space.
He's also brought in Chinese food. This is pretty good for a closet party.
Violet's having an amazing time, but she also feels oppressed by all the things that she and Finch aren't saying to each other.
Violet starts to cry. She's so worried about Finch. She tells him what Amanda said about seeing him at suicide group.
They begin to fight. Finch is resentful that Violet's life is so easy, and Violet is resentful that he thinks her life is easy.
Violet storms out of the closet, furious.
At home, she tells her parents about everything, including her suicidal thoughts and her relationship with Finch. She wants them to find a way to help Finch even though she knows this info will get her in trouble.
Her parents jump into action, leaving a voicemail for Finch's mom and calling a psychiatrist friend. They want to help even though they're disappointed in Violet.
Violet goes to her room. Eventually, she falls into an uneasy sleep. She dreams that Finch is throwing rocks at her window…or is it a dream? She's not sure.
Over the next few days, Violet obsesses over Finch, who doesn't contact her. She also works on her new magazine and school stuff.
At school, Ryan asks Violet about college. He also asks her to go to a party.
In U.S. Geography, the teacher asks Violet how her project's going. Violet tries to text Finch again.
A few days later, she goes to Finch's house. His little sister answers the door. Finch isn't home. Violet's more worried than ever.