Back at Shirazi Entertainment, Navid confronts his dad about his questionable hiring practices. Mr. Shirazi refuses to answer the question and tells Navid he expects a life full of fast cars and fancy beach club memberships but doesn't consider that those things were given to him thanks to his dad's work. He harshly tells Navid to leave the worrying to the grown-ups. When Navid stands there, chin on the ground, Mr. Shirazi spits, "Get the Hell out of my office."
Navid heads back to West Bev immediately to tell the guidance counselor he'll be rewriting his Stanford admission essay because his father is no longer the person he admires the most in the world. She asks if something's wrong, and he spills that his father is a child pornographer. With that not entirely accurate bombshell dropped, exploded, and ricocheting all over the counselor's office, he leaves.
That night, Ausscar compliments Naomi as they walk into the party. She tells him that Ivy warned her to stay away but pawns it off to Ivy's jealousy of her. She lowers her tone seductively and invites Ausscar to go somewhere more private.
In another room, Matthews finds Debbie fretting over Jen's schedule. She's clearly falling apart, so he forces her to say what's wrong. She admits that she didn't really know that Harry had moved on and now feels like the last 18 years of her life were for nothing. He pulls her in for a hug.
Outside, Naomi coyly challenges Ausscar to a race to see who can strip down faster and go skinny-dipping. As she giggles and makes a big show of taking off her shows, he quickly gets buck-naked and hops in the water. As he tells her the water's cold and invites her in to warm him up, Ivy strides up. He recognizes the charade quickly and asks for his clothes back. As they go back and forth, a crowd grows. Ivy tells Ausscar she'll only give him his clothes back if he grovels in front of everyone. He angrily issues a profusion of apologies, but Ivy doesn't buy them. She walks off with his clothes, and Naomi turns on the lights in the pool so everyone can get a look at Ausscar's "cocktail frank."