Carrie feels bad for leaving Larissa alone "to get groped." Bennett says Larissa got herself into this mess. He's such a prince, that guy. Bennett does not admit to trying to kiss Walt, but Carrie shames him into staying with Larissa. Carrie threatens Bennett against trying to take advantage of Larissa and he says, "Oh honey, she's not my type." Then, all of a sudden, Carrie figures it out. Maybe it was the over-effeminate way Bennett started straightening the bed linens.
Meanwhile, at Sebastian's private booze party, Maggie's cop friend, Officer F**kbuddy, comes into the party asking for IDs. Sebastian's defense that it is a private party is a weak one, and I don't know why the diner wasn't ever worried about getting some pretty serious fines. Maggie offers to handle things with her cop with benefits by offering him sex in return for not checking IDs. He refuses her time and time again. He's not as into it now that she is single. All of a sudden he remembered that he technically committed statutory rape and if Maggie can't have him, she'll lord it over him. She returns to the party to find Mouse high from one puff of a joint. Oh man, everyone is so high.
Carrie finds Walt, who isn't sure he can be "a part of this world," which is some pretty heavy shit that yet again, gets brushed aside. They chit-chat, Carrie assures Walt he's high, and Walt does not come out to Carrie or himself.
Walking home, Carrie finds Sebastian and stoned Mouse on her doorstep. Sebastian was worried about Mouse because of all the outrageous side-effects of pot, and for the first time I see that Sebastian is more Carrie's speed. Carrie decides that Sebastian is not such a bad guy after all, and Walt decides that he is not such a gay guy after all and shows up at Maggie's mysteriously parent-free house to kiss her. He tells Maggie he needs her, he needs the comfort of a beard until he can go to a liberal arts college.