Back at the Peach Pit, Annie asks what Ethan and Rhonda the Hanger-On's plans are while she's gone. They claim they're going shopping but can't get their stories re: the purchase straight. Annie shoots Ethan a perplexed look, and he admits that he asked Rhonda to help him pick out a V-Day gift for Annie. Annie lets out a visible sigh of relief. Before heading out, she asks Rhonda if they'll see each other at the dance. Rhonda turns pale and admits that she doesn't do dances after having a "really bad experience at one." Guuuuurl, unless you ended up covered in pig's blood, then set your gym on fire -- with your mind! -- which killed hundreds of your classmates, I don't want to hear it. Needless to say, that's not how it went down. Rhonda's story is rather trite mish-mash of unpopular high school girl contrivances that relies entirely too heavily on Never Been Kissed. Ethan supportively clasps Rhonda the Ostracized's hand. Annie eyes her jealously.
Back at the hotel, Silver knocks on Naomi's door to beg her to call in a reservation. Naomi rubs Silver's former cynicism in her face, but Silver ultimately convinces her that the sap is genuine. I suspect Silver's use of the word "frenemies" seals the deal. Naomi haughtily advises Silver to pre-order the molten chocolate cake.
Silver offers to buy her a drink as thanks, so they head down to the bar. There, they find New Guy slinging liquor. Silver comments on the eye candy, and Naomi commands her not to mention that they're in high school. Inexplicably, Silver takes this as a cue to pretend she is a Cockney flight attendant. New Guy returns, and Naomi flirts her way into learning his name: Liam. When he leaves to fetch their drinks, Naomi tells Silver Doolittle to tone down the theatrics. Naomi coquettes it up some more and is rewarded by Liam acknowledging that he's flirting with her. Silver Doolittle nearly squeals with glee. So much for acting older.
Across town, AAdrianna runs into Navid at a chocolate shop. He apologizes for selling her out before. He says hurting her is the last thing he would do. She tells him she understands the choices he's made. Still, he promises to smack down anyone else who talk smack, mentioning that his first chance will be tonight's dance. She points out the obvious -- that she is in no state for dancing. She earnestly congratulates him on meeting someone he can go to dances and do normal teen things with. She recommends some chocolates for him to buy for her, and they exchange an awkward goodbye.