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-Annie's brother, Anthony, is visiting, and Annie has some news for Abed: she'd like Anthony to move in.
-Abed has some surprising news for Annie, too: he'd like Rachel, his girlfriend, to move in.
-Annie, Abed, Rachel, and Anthony have a tense group dinner, after which Annie and Abed demand that they group all play an old-fashioned VCR-based video game called "Pile of Bullets."
-Only Annie and Abed know, however, that the winner of the game decides who will move into the apartment.
-Annie and Abed become more fiercely competitive as the game goes on, while Anthony and Rachel become more and more confused by the arcane game and its strange rules.
-Once it becomes clear to Rachel and Anthony what is afoot, both are offended, and Rachel leaves.
-Anthony denies that her ever wanted to live in the apartment, and tells Annie to work on her issues.
-Abed apologizes to Rachel, saying that he had hoped having her move in would keep her from pulling away from him.
-Rachel accepts his apology.
-Annie and Abed decide to get a new roommate from Craigslist.
-Shirley, Jeff, and Hickey stumble upon a large cache of new science textbooks in the basement.
-They decide to sell them on the black market for a profit.
-When Chang accidentally overhears their scheme, they decide to tie him up until they've sold the books, because they can't trust him.
-The group brings Britta in to help sell the textbooks on the street.
-One by one, the group turns on each other, until only Shirley remains in charge of the textbooks.
-But when she tries to sell them, she finds that they were abandoned in the basement for a good reason--they are misprinted, and have no page numbers.