Ughhhhh Sebastian is the worst. He shows up, downs a glass of whiskey, then asks Carrie to leave her party. "I want to be somewhere where it's just the two of us," Sebastian complains. Then why did you come to the party, ya jag? Boyfriends are the worst.
Back at the record store, the boy who works there tells Dorrit she has suspicious and pretty eyes, then teaches her how to shoplift and gives her the tapes she wanted to steal. Not sure if Dorrit got that Phil Collins record she paid for or not.
At Spirit Night, Mouse is feeling neglected by Stacy, who can't help but prioritize boys. Just before Mouse leaves, Stacy grabs her and asks her to round up all of West's teammates for a yearbook photo. Mouse pulls Stacy aside and asks her to stop shaming herself.
Maggie runs into Donna and tries to lord over her that Walt "might want to get back together," but Donna confidently affirms that she is not Walt's type. I'm on Team Donna in this instance. She tells Maggie to move on while she can.
At the Interview party, Sebastian is drunk. He is winning the Worst Birthday Boyfriend award. They see Walt and Bennett talking and crash through that. Bennett suggests Carrie go talk to Tripp about the book to seal the deal and Sebastian offers to go with her, after threatening to beat him up. All of this after Carrie downplayed her ambition to be an author for her horrible, embarrassing, drunk boyfriend's favor. What a role model. Carrie offers to get Sebastian home and misses out on her potential book deal.
Back at Spirit Night, Maggie excitedly tells Mouse that Donna basically told her she and Walt broke up because he wasn't over Maggie. I wish all the girls except Mouse would stop acting so dumb in this episode. Mouse organizes the basketball team yearbook photo, and they suggest that she be their team manager. Mouse loves this idea because she loves taking notes and organizing things, also the power of ordering jocks around doesn't hurt.