The next day, Zoë tells Juliet on the phone that she has to get a divorce attorney if she wants to stop Davis from spending all of her money. She's going to set up a meeting with Rafe Gropman, attorney-at-law. Juliet asks Zoë to keep it anonymous.
Caitlin is totally hung over at work when Alicia arrives with lunch. She asks Caitlin what she did the night before, and Caitlin says that she went to dinner and was overserved. Alicia says that she went to dinner the night before, too, but Caitlin already knows that. Busted. Caitlin says that she slept with Sam. So much for showing instead of telling. Alicia asks why Caitlin can't be straight with her. Heh. Alicia says that she doesn't want any jokes, but Caitlin reminds Alicia that she lied about a freaking pregnancy. Alicia says that she doesn't want to own Caitlin; she just wants to trust her. It's not uncommon to go back and forth between guys and girls when you're trying to figure out who you are. That's certainly an original arrangement, but not necessarily believable. Caitlin says that she's never had what she has with Alicia, so they kind of bump shoulders in a hug fashion.
Juliet is with Emily and a woman as Emily is interviewed for a school. The woman asks what it is about Chasen that makes her want to change schools, and Juliet just blurts that Emily posted a provocative picture of herself in front of the school flag. Emily is mortified, but Juliet says that she and the woman were classmates at the school where Emily is interviewing. They wouldn't have covered that when they went into the interview room? The lady says that Juliet holds the record for most suspensions and probations for a student who actually graduated. Then, she welcomes Emily to the school and leaves. Why can't every transaction in life be this easy? Juliet explains to Emily that she's not that different from the way Juliet was as a girl. She says that she turned into "Juliet" once she realized that her parents weren't going to take her back home. She taught herself some discipline. Juliet adds that, because she loves Emily and things with Juliet's own mother were never the same after Juliet went to boarding school, she would love for Emily to stay at home with her.