MILF enters Ivy's room as Ivy practices guitar for her dad's caroling extravaganza. MILF excitedly tells Ivy she bought them both tickets to Rome, where they can celebrate the solstice together. Ivy coldly tells her that she's made other plans with her dad. She calls MILF out for telling her dad to stay away from Ivy. MILF says her ex is untrustworthy, which Ivy finds ironic considering how many of MILF's lies and indiscretions have recently come to light. She tells MILF to go to Italy without her.
Gothic Garage. Navid wakes up to Beyoncé's whimpers. He takes the pooch down for a walk and finds Silver getting a late-night glass of water. Navid tells her he can't stop thinking about her and asks if these feelings are all in his head. She unconvincingly says yes, so he steps closer and asks again. As she struggles to speak, AAdrianna startles them by calling out from above. She tells them she had "the most horrible nightmare" -- that she and Miley Cyrus were wearing the same outfit to the Grammys. "I'm literally shaking," she moans. Jackass.
The next day, Naomi and Silver skate around an outdoor ice rink. Naomi says it's cheesy, but Silver thinks she's just jealous that AAdrianna's party has Justin Bieber (by the latke table), Jeremy Piven, Rachel Zoe, and... elves! Seriously. Little people dolled up as elves, tethered together along with studs dressed like reindeer, pulling AAdrianna around the rink as she sings "Santa Baby." Did anyone else just vomit?
Annie attends to Liam's wounds over at La Casa Nueva. They share an almost-kiss, but CC knocks on the door. Liam angrily tells him to get out. Annie runs after CC and promises to keep him in the loop. They plan to see each other and kiss each other goodbye, but Annie looks torn between the brothers.
Back at the party, AAdrianna pulls out a damn note card like she's just won an award, then gives everyone an obnoxiously overblown history lesson in which she sort of compares herself to Jesus and claims she's "living a miracle." Everyone who's not a sycophant looks distinctly uncomfortable. She finally wraps up, and the group disperses. Dixon talks to Teddy about what a difference a year has made. He runs down the highlights: AAdrianna's burgeoning career, Naomi's personal crisis, and the end of his relationship with Ivy. He says Teddy's also gone through a pretty big change himself. Teddy nervously asks what he means. Dixon mentions that Teddy can't play tennis anymore, and Teddy's all, "Oh yeah... that."