Carrie tries to drive Sebastian home in his stick shift, then he tells her he's drunk because of his mom and he's sorry he ruined the party. His mom cancelled on him, so Sebastian had to ruin something for someone else. They go inside to talk about Sebastian's emotional baggage. Carrie agrees to spend the night, but then Sebastian's mom shows up.
At the record store, in a total John Hughes moment, the record store employee guy kisses Dorrit. I like most of Dorrit's storylines because they aren't beholden to being a Sex and the City precursor. They can just be '80s.
At the party, Walt gets Bennett's card and Bennett either sees himself as a gay mentor or doesn't mind having a high school student as a love interest.
Carrie leaves Sebastian to hang out with his mom, bummed to not have a sexual experience on her birthday. She is also bummed that neither of her opportunities worked out that night. She should be -- but is not -- bummed that she gave up her own interests and played dumb for a guy.
Tom gives Carrie her credit card, and Dorrit presents her with a mix tape of their mom's favorite songs. Carrie invites everyone, including Dorrit, out to breakfast courtesy of dad's credit card and boyfriend's car. Then she meets up with Donna at the diner, with the Coach bag. Donna looks fabulous, by the way. Carrie gives her the Coach bag for being a good friend to Walt. They both know Walt is gay, so Donna gets an expensive bag for it. Aw heck, she deserves it.
Maggie corners Walt before they sit down for breakfast and, exasperatingly, tells him she's ready to get back together. No, girl. Walt tells her it's not going to happen, not because it's too soon, but because they are just friends. It's definitely too soon to tell her his secrets. So, they get back to what they do best: tending to Carrie.
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