Chuck complains, "I don't really feel like we're fitting in at my birthday party, 'cause we don't know any body, 'cause they're all your friends, and they all happen to be doctors." His sister replies, "Chuck, I have invited real, live women - for you!" The ensuing montage shows Chuck speaking to four different women about whom nothing is revealed, not even their names, only that they are apparently friends of Ellie's who she invited for the express purpose of introducing Chuck to new people.
Each greets Chuck, and Woman 1 asks Chuck if he is wearing a costume to the party, to which Chuck replies that he works for the Nerd Herd. Woman 2 thinks that is cute. Woman 2 then asks Chuck what he really wants to do, to which Chuck rather blankly replies that he's working on his five year plan, he just need to choose a font.
Woman 3 asks Chuck about the medical tape on his fingers, did he hurt his hand? Chuck replies that the tape on his fingers is because he had been playing Call of Duty and the controller chafes after a couple of hours.
Woman 4 asks Chuck if it's true that he went to Stanford University, he says he did, and she revels that she did as well, graduating in 2002. She asks Chuck what his major was, he replies engineering. She says that she knew a great guy who was an engineer, ran track, and was a gymnast, too.
Chuck fades even more, if possible, and says that she must mean Bryce Larkin, his ex room-mate who Chuck thinks is an accountant now. She asks Chuck if he has a girlfriend to which he responds no, but he did have one at Standford, Jill. Chuck then starts rambling on about how he met Jill and the camera pulls back showing that Chuck is alone; the women have left.
Ellie finally points out, "Chuck, can I tell you something? Even though we may ask, no woman really wants to hear about an old girlfriend. It's depressing, okay?"
- Mieko Hillman as Young Woman #1
- Diana Gitelman as Young Woman #2
- Odessa Rae as Young Woman #3
- Kristine Blackport as Young Woman #4