Upstairs, Jack/Jacques gets fawned over, and Debbie goes to get him a bottle. Silver tells Naomi that she has to head out, even though they've been there approximately 45 seconds. But Silver's got a school-mandated therapy session with Kelly. Kelly! I kinda miss her. Anyway, she says that she told Kelly it was just an inappropriate crush she had on Cannon, but that the sessions are totally confidential, and she wishes that Naomi would let her tell Kelly about Cannon getting all rapey. What's not confidential? This conversation, as Jen and the remains of the teddy bear are hearing the whole thing via baby monitor. As Naomi comes downstairs, Jen shows some human emotions and asks Naomi to tell her the truth. Naomi isn't buying the sisterly love, given that teddy is all shredded on the couch.
Back at Aeropostale & Fitch Eagle Apparel, Navid and Dixon are harassing Liam through a plate glass window. Apparently, even though Navid didn't actually go to school on this given day, Liam's new job is the talk of West Bev. And you'd think, given that Dixon knows of Liam's financial circumstances, he'd cut the guy some slack about his current job, but he's not. He's a jerky teenage boy asking if Liam's taking his pants off at any point during this show. Navid just takes pictures of "Pretty Boy." Liam leaves the window, and asks suit guy if he can take a break. Some other shirtless guy does some push-ups and eagerly takes his place. Then suit guy sprays Liam with their signature scent, Eau de Douchebag. Then some very young teen girls get Liam to climb up on a ladder so they can feel his ass. Laura sees this and Blair Waldorfs her way in -- well, as much of a Blair Waldorf as this show can muster -- telling the drooling masses to get lost. She wants to know why Liam is doing such a degrading job; she doesn't comprehend the idea of working for a living, apparently. She offers to help/save him, but he not-so-politely declines.
Annie sneaks into Charlie's play. There are four actors on stage reading dialogue and stage directions about screaming and punching, and brutal beatings and killing girlfriends and whatnot. Some fanboys sit in the back saying he's twisted and the next Tarantino. Annie, who is wearing more than a raincoat, looks horrified and leaves.