West Bev. Lila finds Navid in the Blaze room to pitch a piece about AAdrianna and Javier's song. She says she's gotten over her insecurities about AAdrianna since she's been able to watch Navid like a hawk in the last few weeks. And the hammer will fall in 3... 2....
Liam's garage. Our little craftsman is blasting music and sanding the bejesus out of his boat when Annie shows up unannounced. The music's so loud, in fact, that he doesn't hear her for a good few minutes. Or perhaps he's choosing not to? (Can you blame him?) Apparently they've got a joint project for Matthews on that esteemed pioneer of English literature, Antonio Vivaldi. Great work yet again, teach! Annie finally notices that Liam is bent out of shape and asks what's up. He gives her the Reader's Digest version of the scam his dad just pulled on him -- the childish hopes and the dashed dreams. He asks Annie to keep this information quiet. She suggests he should share it with Naomi because "after all, she is [his] girlfriend." Liam grunts a bitter "Yeah." Trouble in permed hair-adise!
Beach club. MILF and Matthews meet for drinks, though Matthews is trying to avert a hangover by ordering Ginger Ale, a.k.a. Alcoholic's Choice. MILF gets a work call and walks off, leaving Jen ample opportunity to saunter up in a sultry dress and call out to Matthews. He looks at her stunned for a moment until Olivier breaks the silence by walking up and chattering that the club needs signature umbrellas. Classy! Jen grabs the bull by the balls and introduces Olivier to Matthews. Olivier makes a big show of his largesse, telling the bartender to comp Matthews' drinks since he owns the joint. Matthews stammers as the inferiors do until finally Jen takes pity on him and tells Olivier they should head over to their table. Matthews pushes his limp Ginger Ale back to the table and asks the bartender to spice it up with a double shot of whiskey.
West Bev. Navid finds AAdrianna in mid-frenzy about her pathetic attempts at songwriting. He says he's sure she must have come up with something good and grabs her composition book. He flips through a good 10 pages before back down a little on the encouragement front. He tells her they'll figure out something together.
Elsewhere, Silver rides up on her Vespa to the Montgomery Manse. Teddy practically drags Silver to meet his father, who's at the grill reaming out his lawyer about something or other. Once he dismisses the minion, he perfunctorily says that Silver's an "interesting" name, then gives her zero time to respond before moving on to praise himself about his amazing meat-cookin' skills. Remember how Silver doesn't eat meat? Yeahhhhhh. Spence pulls a veggie burger out from under a massive slab of carcass and plops it on the grill. He asks about Silver's interests. Teddy tries to explain what exactly it is she does and settles on journalist. Spence snaps that he's "meet hundreds of journalists" hasn't liked one of them. Silver lets out a trembling laugh because what the Hell else is she going to do?