Back at The W, Silver freaks out that her outfit is not "wow"-y enough, so Naomi gives her some complementary shoes. Silver blathers on about the awesomeness of love. Despite this drivel, Naomi says she's enjoying being friends again. Silver agrees and asks what Naomi is going to do re: Liam. She urges Naomi to ask him on a Valentine's date. Naomi says he's already left for the day, but Silver suggests she send him a bottle of champagne with a note telling him to meet her by the pool. Naomi sets up the delivery with Larry, a.k.a. "sugar," at the front desk. It's actually not a bad idea as grand gestures go, but you can tell by how excited (and out of her mind) Silver is -- not to mention what idiots they both are -- that the end result will be shenanigans aplenty.
Back at Annie's drama class, the teacher tells a story from his own life that ends with his dad branding him with a cigar butt. Did he really just try to pass off a scene from The Breakfast Club as his own experience? Next thing you know, he'll be talking about flare guns going off in his locker... He calls on Annie to share a similarly painful experience, so she begins to recount her devastating Sweet 16. Teach deems that too shallow an experience and instructs her to dig deeper. She digs all the way back to that afternoon -- and to Rhonda the Josie Grossie's story! Okay, first off, how cheap. Also? It's not even a good story. She sobs her way through the bullshit, and Teach, of course, applauds her "breakthrough." She grins at his approval, which she totally didn't actually rightly earn. Then again, it is an acting class...
When Annie looks up, however, she sees Ethan watching her with unbridled disgust on his face. She chases him out of the room, claiming she panicked and, like that great method actor Mr. Christian Bale, Annie mixed up fact and fiction in her attempt to get the best performance possible. "I can't even look at you," Ethan spits before walking out the door.
That night, Dixon certainly finds Silver's dress "wow"-y enough. She starts gushing about how amazing the restaurant is and gives the hard sell for the special dessert she ordered. Dixon is well impressed.
Outside, Naomi takes her seat at the poolside rendezvous table.