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."
Beach club. Ivy just showed her dad her surfing skills, and he's very impressed. She admits she'd love to be a pro surfer, maybe as soon as she gets out of high school. She thinks he probably wants her to go to college, though. He plays coy but eventually spills the beans that MILF set up their divorce settlement so he would pay for Ivy's college. Since he has more children now, he would like Ivy to help him convince MILF that it's her responsibility to foot the bill for Ivy's education. Then he drops back into casual chat mode, reminding her to come to his house for Christmas, like what he's said was just something that popped into his head no big deal. Ivy's heart sinks as she realizes that her dad has been angling for this all along.
Back at the party, AAdrianna sits in front of a tree that belongs in a mall, opening presents that she squeals wildly about loving, then cattily stage-whispers to Navid to throw in the return pile. He quickly tires of her two-faced bullshit and heads outside. On the way, he runs into a waiter who's giving the hard sell for the figgy pudding. The waiter continues on to Ivy, who is as full of pep as ever and tells him -- despite his not caring one bit -- that she's leaving. As she walks out, she crosses paths with Naomi and gives her the basic idea that her dad was just hanging out with her for selfish motivations.
Back inside, AAdrianna gets a replacement gift from Victor with a card that reads, "May this holiday season bring you everything you deserve." She opens the box to find a picture of Victor holding the songbook AAdrianna stole from Javier. The crowd puzzles over what the gift could mean, but AAdrianna gets the drift immediately and runs off.