Beach club. Jen heads her stroller to the car and starts loading up when her maternal nemesis from before runs up screaming. Jen asks snippily if she forgot to pay for something, but the mother says that Jen took the wrong baby. As she frantically hugs her baby, Jen tries to pawn it off to the fact that they have identical strollers, but I'm pretty sure that excuse only works if you're a man.
Back at West Bev, Naomi finds Ivy crying in the bathroom. Ivy claims she's fine, but Naomi hands her some cover-up to conceal the blotches anyway. Instead of saying thank you, Ivy makes it some feminist statement about how she can't be friends with girls. Naomi shrugs it off because Ivy wasn't really even worth the amount of time Naomi gave her already.
Out in the hall, Navid's girl next locker tells him off for getting her fired. He tells her to get a job at the Beverly Center like any other high schooler. She tells him that he and all the other rich kids have no idea what real life is like. He responds that she could have gotten his dad in serious trouble. She finds that rich, insisting that Mr. Shirazi not only knew she was underage but also has plenty more minors on his payroll.
Navid takes that information and heads straight to the Blaze room, where Silver is finishing up a segment with the principal. He tells her that he's freaking out about his dad hiring underage actors. She says she wishes she could help, and a he gets a steely look in his eyes.
Elsewhere, Dixon and Annie knock on Harry's door only to find that he's shacking up a new woman named Katie. She invites them in since Harry is going to be home soon, but they say they have to get going. They awkwardly ask her to tell Harry they came by, and she responds by even more awkwardly hugging them both.
Over at Clarkette Compound, Matthews asks about the trunk show. Jen spits on the memory those other mothers, who "were boring and gauche and dressed their babies off the rack." Jacques begins to cry, and Matthews offers to help out. Jen jumps up defensively, saying, "I can change a diaper, Ryan. I'm not an idiot!" What she is, however, is someone with a subpar attention span. She sets Jacques on the changing table, then wanders off to get something (shouldn't it all be on the table). While her back is turned, Jacques rolls over, falls a good four feet, and lands with a thud. Jen immediately dissolves into tears, handing over Jacques to Matthews. She says she's a terrible mother and recounts her various humiliations throughout the day. Matthews comforts her, promising her that she is the most important person in his life and will be the one who makes Jacques the man he is meant to become. At least I hope it's comforting to Jen because that shit is terrifying to a third-party observer.