Meanwhile, Mouse and Walt are watching porn... I mean Kama Sutra together. If there's one thing Mouse knows how to do, its study. Maggie, not talking about sex for once, is trying to defend her booth from those bitches. The scene is so inconsequential, I'd rather watch Mouse and Walt try to figure out sex together.
Back at the soiree, Blythe doesn't want to talk about her stint in rehab and some other D-bag thinks the DMV is near the Dominican Republic. They don't know what it is because none of them drive. They all have drivers. Did they mention that they're rich? George is pulled away for a French-speaking emergency and Blythe tells Carrie that some day George will get tired of slumming and go back to her. Now that she's out of rehab and all. Carrie gets up to leave and runs into a waiter, who spills his tray. It is the worst thing that has ever happened to her on this show.
Carrie makes a call to Mouse, who is preparing to sex Seth up. Carrie feels small, and Mouse reassures her that no one in the real world likes jewel-themed parties. That is very sound advice. Carrie's friends are always advising her and sticking up for her, but she never really helps them. She didn't give Mouse any advice on her big moment with Seth. It appears she didn't need it, though.
In a montage between the Mouse and Maggie storylines, there's a funny bit where Mouse takes a clarinet out of harm's way, and a not-so-funny bit where Maggie spills some stuff on Donna to get her seat back. Seth is impressed with Mouse and tells her he's "relieved." But the relief is that Seth has been sleeping around and he thinks Mouse has, too. I hope he wore a condom.
Back at the soiree, Carrie overhears Kick saying mean things about her to George. I'm still shocked that parents care as much as they do about their teenagers' love lives. At least Kick is getting her share out of her divorce from Harlan. Carrie runs away -- like she does with everything -- and George chases after her. Blythe tries to stop him, but George wants more than a butterface fresh out of rehab.
George tells Carrie that he likes her because she can take care of herself and he wants something "real." Does George know Carrie at all? Carrie tells George she doesn't get this world and George is like, "I'm a big dumb goon who doesn't 'get' anything." But Carrie, being in high school, forgives him.