...we see Jack entering the restaurant from behind Mia. He approaches and says hello; she dismounts from her lofty barstool and turns around. Jack tells her that it's great to see her, which is odd, since he hasn't even called her since breaking their engagement. Jack is joined by, I swear to God, Tracy Scoggins. She's so '80s, I can see the reflection of a disco ball on her face. Jack introduces her as Liz, his new girlfriend. Geez! His dead engagement hasn't even cooled yet! Liz says that she has heard so much about Mia, and Mia says that she has seen Liz on cable news. Jack asks Mia if she's going to mutual friend Caleb Stackpole's party on Saturday. Crazy name. She says that she is, and will see them there. They leave.
Mia sits back down with the girls and says that she is definitely not going to Caleb's party. Zoë says that she is, and Caitlin says that she's calling Jason. Then, Caitlin says that Mia is "so much prettier than her." I guess that 's what you do for friends in need, but it just feels like that's the only thing that matters to this crew. Caitlin asks if Mia wants to go to the party alone with "that talking head of a slut throwing you shade." She's calling Jason, who the girls are really sure liked her. "How could he not?" asks Juliet. Er...don't ask that again.
Juliet is dressing when Emily asks her if she has to be in the Portmanteau photos, which appear to be happening. Juliet says that it's up to her. Emily says that Davis offered to buy her a horse if she participated. That's so effed. Emily's friend has tickets to see Justin Timberlake's concert in Boston and she would rather do that. Juliet says that even Davis can't compete with JT, so she should go. Davis couldn't compete with Michael Bolton.