The next day, Silver runs into Teddy at West Bev. He says he's eating lunch in the courtyard, not with the guys because things have been strained between them since he came out. He tells her about the volleyball weirdness and says that he's glad he came out, just wishes he still had his friends. Oh, my little gayby, looks like that drama queen side has been waiting to come out for far too long. Welcome to the team!
Over in the cafeteria, Ivy and Silver join Naomi as she recruits guys for a calendar she's shooting to raise money for clean water in Africa. She thinks this philanthropic endeavor will secure her a spot at CU. She thinks that best part (besides that whole "helping people" thing) is that she can get into her dream college while also finding a new guy to get her mind off of Max. She says her brain is playing tricks on her worse than when she "went on a juice fast." As she rambles on, Silver spots Liam, Dixon, and Navid across the room. She walks over to tell them to stop acting like asshats and be normal around Teddy again. They say they had good intentions when they didn't invite him to the volleyball thing but promise to be more inclusive from now on.
Abbott Playhouse. Annie delivers drinks to the cast, and Emily says that she didn't order a soy latte because she's allergic to soy. Annie shows her the sheet where she wrote down the orders, but Emily asks her if she would be a dear and "exchange" her drink for a chai latte. Annie goes from zero to bitchface in 0.2 seconds, telling Emily to get her own damn coffee. She storms out under the watchful eye of her boss.
That night, Navid begrudgingly meets AAdrianna at the beach club to sign his release form. He says he did it because he just wants her to be happy. She snipes, "It's a little late for that, isn't it?"
The next day, Ivy meets with a doctor, who runs down the typical symptoms of anxiety and depression. Within seconds, he writes her a prescription and tells her it should help. She gets a smug grin on her face and asks, "So, where do I get the weed?" He recommends a dispensary around the corner, and she practically skips out of the room. Yay California!
Back at the Abbott Playhouse, Annie has come in for an early morning meeting. Her boss looks at her sternly and tells her to walk with her. As they walk, Annie apologizes for overreacting the day before. Annie's boss says she's seen plenty of emotional personalities in the theater but thinks Annie crossed the line. She opens up Emily's dressing room door to reveal that it's completely trashed with lamps overturned, picture frames smashed, "BITCH" scrawled across the mirror in lipstick, and, most damning, coffee splattered on the walls. Annie is stunned into silence. All her boss wants is for Annie to clean it up, but Annie wants to clear her name. She pulls out the same song-and-dance that has not worked once about Emily's devious behavior. Of course her boss doesn't buy it and tells Annie not to let the door hit her ass on the way out.