Meanwhile, Navid brings AAdrianna and the Lambo to the nearest pier for some good, clean fun. Instead, they find Matthews three sheets to the wind, with chili dog stains all over his shirt that are possibly the result of dumpster dining. He natters drunkenly for a bit about how they should call him "Matthews" (I'm a trendsetter!), does a piss-poor Taxi Driver impression that is totally lost on Beverly Hills teenagers, and says he's got to head home to grade papers. On the upside, they don't take his keys!
Montgomery Manse. Silver frets that she's making a bad impression. Teddy reassures her that she's doing fine. And then! Silver mistakenly identifies Spence's trophy girlfriend as Teddy's sister. Luckily she's too vapid to notice. She says that she and Spence met on a film, and everyone immediately pipes up what a great film it was. Everyone except Silver, of course. One highlight is when she calls it "offensively sexist and idiotic." Spence actually rolls with the punches well, and they all have a laugh about how lame the film was.
Boardwalk. Can you tell me again why Navid thinks a carnival will help AAdrianna write a Latin crossover song? Seriously, it makes no sense. Maybe I missed some pivotal (ha!) dialogue while I was scoffing at Matthews. It's been known to happen. In any case, the point is that Navid believes in AAdrianna and doesn't like to see her wallowing in self-doubt. Then they almost-kiss, only to be interrupted by Lila blowing up Navid's phone like she might have something to worry about. Imagine that! AAdrianna tells Navid she's sufficiently inspired and wants to go home to write now.
Beach club. Jen suggests they look at the dessert menu in the hopes that Naomi will show up. Speaking of the she-devil, Naomi arrives right that minute. She doesn't even bother sitting down before putting all of Jen's conniving and conspiring out there, including but not limited to her gold digging and sleeping with Naomi's 16-year-old boyfriend. Jen denies it all, but Olivier keeps it short and bitter: "You disgust me." He flings his napkin on the table, as Frenchmen are wont to do, and storms off. Naomi smirks that she's going home to pack and leaves Jen to stew.
La Casa Nueva. Dixon ushers Ivy into his room, where she is impressed by the trouble he went to to secure her favorite tacos and real Mexican Cokes. Before he gets to test out the Diet Doctor Roofie on surfer girl, Harry and Debbie make an unexpected return to the house. Dixon leaves Ivy in his room and heads outside to intercept the 'rents. Harry claims Debbie forgot her wallet, when in fact she forgot the marriage counselor's address. He can't hold off sniping at her for the therapist's office, so they start bickering right then in there.