Malcolm and Liam walk through the firm's halls, legal-babbling some of Malcolm's possible plans of attack with the insurance company. In summation, Malcolm is screwed. Liam changes the subject none too subtly. "So who are you bringing to the party?" Malcolm teases that he decided not to bring a date because he didn't want to subject any ladies to an evening with Liam. Addy interrupts their male posturing with some possible good news, saying that the subrogation clause isn't even in Mia's policy. The insurance company must have changed the policy without Mia's consent. Addy's so thrilled she actually jumps up and down.
Beth and Dylan go to Charlie's school and tell him the phone records show the picture was sent from his phone to another boy. Charlie denies it. He's worried about going to jail. Dylan promises to track down this other boy and talk to him. Returning to the firm, Beth invites Addy to lunch. She also sees Addy's party dress in a dry-cleaning bag and winces. Beth changes their plans -- instead of lunch, they'll now be going shopping. Addy protests weakly, but Beth drags her off to a shop somewhere on Rodeo Drive. Beth tries on a metallic beige dress that Addy thinks is fabulous, but I think it looks like a bridesmaid dress. Beth plans to buy the dress, which means she can loan one of her own dresses to Addy. What a sucky shopping trip this turned out to be for Addy. "Does Jason have a tux?" Beth asks. Addy says Jason's not going to the party and blurts out that they shouldn't be getting married, either. Then why did she accept his proposal? "It was always part of the plan," Addy says. She plans to just ignore the problem until it goes away. That'll work out well.