It's drama central at the Wilson homestead. Anxiety is high for Debbie, who worries that Dixon's newly returned biomom Dana might be judging her as a parent and/or replacing her in Dixon's heart. This causes a bit of tension with Harry when she projects her own insecurities onto him, saying he doesn't validate her feelings. For Dixon, the stress arises when his mother's brusque behavior at dinner makes him think she doesn't want to get to know him after all (not like she drove almost 400 miles to see him or anything). Not to mention the fact that his car gets stolen mid-episode, but more on that later. Turns out Dana was standoffish because she was apprehensive that Debbie and Harry were judging her for giving Dixon up when he was very young. They bond over sports, she plants the seed for an online gambling addiction, and all is right with the world. Except, that is, for Annie, whose particular torment arises from the fear that Jasper is stalking her. Which he pretty much is. And remember that car stolen on Dixon's watch? Jasper's handiwork. In his psychotic efforts to protect Annie, he resolved to destroy the one piece of evidence linking Annie to the hobo murder spree. Yeah, this bitch is getting real.
Silver apparently takes a few tips from Jasper in her approach to dating. Plagued by all the hos strolling up to her new mans, she follows Naomi's advice (great idea!) and peeps at an e-mail from a trick called Amy who wants to meet up with Teddy for some shoreside nookie. In the throes of paranoia, Silver tasks RuWill -- who I honestly think just demanded more airtime in her contract -- to spy on Teddy's afternoon delight. Teddy surprises everyone by not acting a fool, which only makes Silver guiltier. She admits everything to him and promises to trust him moving forward. Only now he doesn't trust her. Way to school a notorious playboy in the virtues of monogamy, moron.
Speaking of playboys. Wait, what? Oh, that's just Navid. Our dastardly dud finally returns to school after his drug suspension, still set on destroying the jagged little pill pusher. Dixon keenly observes that this is really about Navid's lingering feelings for AAdrianna. As we know, she still has feelings for him, too. Instead of doing the sensible thing and just getting back together, they find new ladies! Navid loses himself in a lovely little Blaze lackey named Lila, and AAdrianna in her burgeoning bicurious bender with RuWill, and then in an all-girl band that needs a singer. Are we noticing a developing trend here? Despite some initial bumbling, Navid's attempt at self-distraction takes off when it turns out Lackey Lila was his fourth grade cotillion partner. They agree to another date, sealing it with a kiss just in time for AAdrianna to walk by and get her heart broken. Good thing she joined that band, right? Oh yeah, Lackey Lila's the bassist. She just wasn't at the audition because she was on a date. Whoops! AAdrianna seeks comfort in RuWill's arms, but our fiery-haired femme has had enough of the cooch tease and finally comes out to AAdrianna that she has a crush on her. And AAdrianna may just be vulnerable enough for it to take.
Previously: AAdrianna and RuWill became lezbefriends. Annie got a little blackmail to match her black heart. Teddy gave up his playboy ways. And Dixon's biomom came back just in time to ruin Jeopardy. Hag.
Annie goes on her nightly run through the park, only to see Jasper in mid-stalk. His boat-sized, classic convertible is definitely not the optimal car for clandestine watching of your ex.
Back at La Nueva Casa, Harry and Debbie welcome in Dixon's biomom Dana. She says she got Dixon's e-mail saying he wanted to visit her in Arizona, but she couldn't get together the words to write back to him properly. Finally she bucked up and drove up to say everything in person. Annie comes in and gives Dana a chipper hug, surprising Debbie, who doesn't know about Annie and Dixon's little Diet Dr. Pepper-sponsored road trip to Phoenix last Spring Break. He admits he wasn't ready to talk to her then, but is thrilled to have the opportunity now. Dana starts to make her way out to check into a motel, but Dixon won't have it. He invites her to stay at the Casa before consulting his parents. Harry gets on board, but Debbie is obviously none-too-pleased.
Beach Club. Silver and Teddy are on their first date, and Teddy is pushing to share meals. She begrudgingly accepts his proposal, and they lean in for a "yay new relationship!" kiss -- only to be interrupted by a couple hussies still angling for a piece of Tight Abs Montgomery. Silver snarks that if he went out with them he could try three dishes. Silver sets about picking their dishes. Teddy's only request is that she doesn't get the vegetable medley. Her selection process is again interrupted when Teddy's phone rings. The ID says Amy, and her unique ring tone is George Michael's "I Want Your Sex." Delightfully retro! Silver's annoyance rises as he claims she programmed it into the phone herself. She lasers in on the menu, only to have the Trick Trifecta completed when the waitress gives Teddy an all-too-familiar hello. He doesn't remember her, of course. Don't hate the playa! Okay, well, maybe you can... Silver might. She orders the vegetable medley.
Nueva Casa. Debbie wants to dig in, but Dana asks if they can say grace first. Dixon offers to do the honors, reciting a prayer he used to say when he was still living with Dana. He says memories of her, just like the prayer, come back all the time. They explain the "culture shock" of moving to L.A., but Annie says he had no problems adjusting at all. Dixon makes a joke, and everyone laughs but Dana. He tries to reminisce with her, but she seems more focused on her food than him.