Annie walks in on the verbal slap fight and asks what's going on between them. Harry tries to brush things under the rug. Annie brats that she's not an idiotic and storms upstairs to share Debbie's quasi-infidelity with Dixon. Harry and Debbie are hot on her tail, so she blurts it out for the whole family (plus Ivy) to hear. Harry admits that they have been going through a rough patch, and Debbie reveals they've been seeing a counselor. Dixon is caught up on the kissing, but Harry tells him that's just one of their many problems. Annie tries to get them to promise that everything will be okay, but neither of them want to make a promise they can't keep. Debbie says they love Annie and Dixon regardless, and Harry assures them they're doing the best they can. They leave for their appointment.
Annie tears up and asks hopelessly, "What are we going to do?" Dixon dejectedly asks if they can talk about it later. Annie takes this exactly as you might expect and reverts to brat mode. It's her first (and, really, only) defense. Dixon slumps back into his room where Ivy is trying to conjure up the least offensive synonym for "Awkward!" possible. Dixon sheepishly apologizes, and she tells him empathetically not to be sorry.
Clarkette Compound. Liam walks in to find Naomi drunk on Champagne and self-satisfaction. She tells him how she blew up all of Jen's lies like a pen in a Kelly bag. Liam half-heartedly congratulates her on coup de tart and tries once again to tell her what's gone down in his own life the last few days. In true Naomi style, she cuts him off about five words in to muse on the possibility of Jen having a bunk down in a beach club cabana that night. She skitters around slugging bubbles, completely oblivious to Liam's frustration and heartache.
Beach club. Lila meets up with Navid. He immediately pelts her with a string of compliments that she astutely recognizes as the preamble to a break-up speech. He says he's realized that he still has feelings for AAdrianna and thinks they should break up.
Liam's garage. The heartbreak kid paints his boat when Annie barges in. She wipes tears from her face and tells him she had a horrible night. She asks if she can help him with the painting, so he offers her a brush. They stand side by side, glossing over their pain.
Back at La Casa Nueva, Dixon notes that irony that his family -- the once source of stability in his life -- has finally crumbled. He apologizes again to Ivy for rambling. She says she's flattered that he trusts her this much. He laughs that this is their worst date yet. She says that, if dates are for getting to know each other, this one's accomplishing that in droves.