Scotty and Michelle are about to go on a trip. They're going to Burning Man? Wow. Michelle seems reticent, but I think she would actually be a real hit at Burning Man. He wants it to be like the trips that they used to take, but Michelle tells him that their mother would lie to them about going on trips. They never went anywhere. She would just drive the car around until they went to sleep. On the one hand, that's pathological. On the other, it's kind of ingenious.
Sasha is trying to get her utilities hooked up, but is having a problem seeing as how she doesn't have her own credit card -- just her parents'. We find out she has never been to a bank before. I guess that's not impossible. She seems to be doing a really good job of managing all of this stuff. She describes how great her apartment is and says that people who cover hardwood floors with carpet deserve their own poorly decorated section of hell. Um, seconded! I feel like that's the cruelest thing that the 70's wrought. Melanie comes in and things are still chilly between her and Ginny. Sasha hands out invites to her housewarming party (she's kind of making me feel inferior now) but Ginny says that she won't come if Cozette is there and Melanie says that she won't come if Ginny's not there. So, a frustrated Sasha introduces herself to Cozette and tells her that they should have coffee some time, in lieu of a housewarming party invite. Afterwards, she asks Kim and Khloe if they are done fighting. Heh.
Fanny is trying to teach Michelle about Burning Man, but all she wants to know is if there is a bathroom or not. I'm really shocked that she lived in Vegas and didn't know about Burning Man. Fanny reminisces about Woodstock and how someone left a baby in her bag. She left the baby at the lost baby table, because that happened a lot that weekend. Then, they covered their hardwood floors with carpet. Fanny finds some Burning Man photos that are probably of naked glitter-covered fairies. She's scandalized. Milly comes in to watch a rehearsal. And so it begins.