After all the hustle and bustle of a city storyline, we need to take a break with two lame ones. Mouse calls a basketball team meeting to go over their stats and make everyone hate her. Tom tries a meditation class, where he sees a fellow meditator with gorgeous bazoons. The hot lady also pops her gum during meditation, which is, you guessed it, annoying. What will happen to Tom next!?
Walt arrives at Interview to meet Carrie for lunch, but Carrie is busy pretending to be Larissa. Walt doesn't mind because he is really just there to see Bennett anyway. Bennett offers to share his lunch, and Walt eagerly accepts.
Never one to turn down a phone call to her boyfriend, Carrie talks to Sebastian from the phone in the lounge of the store she's in. She's wearing an expensive, glittery dress, and lots of fun accessories, drinking "coffee that's actually good -- it's called a cappuccino." Carrie tells Sebastian that when she acts like Larissa she takes things too far, it's almost like she's a different person. Speaking of themes, Sebastian has a new fake ID for Maggie. His parents are having sex in the room above him. The shop girl gives Carrie all the outfits she just tried on, and I am immediately upset that we didn't get to see a fun clothes-trying-on montage.
Mouse's team meeting is quickly going south as she ranks the members according to arbitrary criteria like "hustle." Two of the guys get into a fight, and West tells Mouse this meeting is over. West tells Mouse that she isn't understanding that they're a team and they need to work together. He says this could be worse than when Donna LaDonna almost broke up the team. Mouse thinks it's all about competition. Mouse, you are annoying and you fail.
Tom is so annoyed by the woman next to him meditating that he explodes toward the end of the class. They all look at him like he's insane, and he says, "you know what? Screw it, you hippie freaks." Great story, Tom.
Carrie calls Bennett for advice, and he says that while it's an unethical murky gray area, she should take the clothes, get the package, and get out. Then a girl shows up with the package, and to throw a flower vase at "Larissa."
The woman with the package is the girlfriend of the guy who usually delivers the packages. Apparently he and Larissa have a routine of dropping off a package, then doing it. Frightened by this woman scorned, Carrie confesses to not actually being Larissa in front of the girlfriend and the sales girl. Carrie pushes a rack of clothes into the girlfriend, and she is shockingly bogged down by it, unable to stand back up. Carrie grabs the package, which the girlfriend says "isn't even cut." The sales girl asks if Carrie is a drug mule and if it's coke because she wants some. Then they all drown in a clothes rack of bad acting.