Treat's outside stuffing the trash into the can with extreme force. Ephram walks out and asks what's up. Treat's all, "Nothing, why?" Ephram says for starters, he looks like he's trying to decapitate that bag of trash. "And there's the whole neighbor-slash-woman-you-love moving away thing." Treat once again denies that anything's wrong, then asks what more he can do, anyway. "She's leaving in two days with Jake. I obviously don't want her to go, but this is what has to happen, and it's better for everyone this way." Not for someone named Treat, it isn't! Ephram asks about the ring, and Treat says he's returning it tomorrow...unless Ephram needs it for some reason? Ephram: "That's funny." It is funny! It's Treat-funny, which is one of the best kinds of funny, in that it's so totally not that it is. Treat tells Ephram he appreciates what he's trying to do, and loves him for it, but he's returning the ring tomorrow. "Nina's leaving. It's time to move on." And off Ephram's concerned look, we go to the credits. Oh my God, remember when I hated this music? And then I didn't? Wah! And now it's on for the last time ever! It makes me cry! I rewind it twice to watch it over again! Because there's something wrong with me!
Nina's House. She's in the middle of packing up and is surrounded by boxes. Hannah walks into the kitchen and expresses her impressedness; when she went to bed last night, Nina hadn't even started on the kitchen. Nina, who has gotten so much prettier this year since she quit dyeing her hair that ridiculous blonde color, is impressed with her own self. She maniacally says she's been up since five, has separated everything into three piles, and has finished her second pot of coffee. "Want me to make some more?" Hannah says that's okay, Nina's had enough for the both of them. Nina apologizes again for kicking Hannah out of the house. Hannah reveals that she'll be staying with the Abbotts until school is over, then home for the summer until she goes away to college -- "...if I get in anywhere." Nina assures her that she's going to get in everywhere, and they'll be lucky to have her. Hannah holds up a big box with a bow on it and asks Nina if it goes in the trash pile. Nina jerks it away from her, all, "No, it has sentimental value! It was a gift from Andy!" It, by the way, is an enormous "personal massager." Hee. Hannah makes a little "hmph" noise and says she knew there was always something between them. Nina says she kind of did too, but then it was really obvious when he kissed her last year and then told her he loved her, but that was only because he thought she was still in love with him, but she wasn't anymore since Jake was moving in that day... Hannah's jaw drops. "Okay, that was information overload!" But Nina's not finished: "And then that whole ring thing happened." Hannah would like to know more, please, about this ring? Nina says apparently he bought it for her a few weeks ago but never actually did anything with it; Ephram told her about it, but Treat doesn't know that she knows. Hannah is at first still flustered, then gets a smile on her face. "So...right now, at this very second, there's a diamond ring sitting in a box somewhere with your name on it?" Nina says she doesn't know if her name is actually on the box, but...yeah. Music of Eminent Wacky Antics plays, and Hannah teases, "Huh. Wonder what it looks like."