Keith is four years older, but he's still making the same mistakes that he made in high school. He's pushing people away when he needs them the most. He's burying himself in school work to hide from the realities of his life. He's selfish and he's still struggling to trust that someone is capable of loving him forever.
As Keith prepares for his last year at Columbia, his fear of hurting D in the future causes him to hurt D in the present. D leaves the apartment they share together with the intention of never returning. The taste of life without D pushes Keith to reassess his decisions, but is it too late?