Sasha shows Michelle and Scotty around her apartment and we see that she has a barre installed in her room. She says that it seems like something serious Michelle would do. Michelle discusses escape routes for Sasha in case of home invaders. Scotty says that he thinks it's cute and dangerous that Sasha looks up to her so much. I guess that's true, but he's such a downer for her sometimes. Michelle has a moment at the barre where it looks like she's remembering herself as a dancer. I wonder if they're going to go further with that. We've gotten a few hints that the performer in Michelle has not been completely satisfied.
At the end of the party, Sasha wants the girls to spend the night but they can't because their parents are freaked about there being no adult supervision. Michelle advises Sasha to not get sucked into having to care for her old lady neighbor. You know, it's cruel, but it's also really good advice. Afterwards, Scotty and Michelle head to Burning Man. She sleeps while he drives.
Fanny has a dinner meeting at her house with Milly. Fanny tries to smooth things over. She explains that art is not democratic. Milly says that she can do whatever she wants. They argue over whether money or bread is the staff of life. Milly says that people don't like her because she has money, while Fanny says it's because she acts like she's always right. They get to the bottom of things and Milly wants to be perceived as someone who knows a lot about the arts. Fanny agrees to bolster he image as a master of the arts if she leaves the creative stuff to Fanny. Agreement reached!