Stella Project's still playing at PRADA when Kira -- in a puffy-sleeved black gown that makes her unfortunate resemblance to Mac in Napoleon Dynamite all the more glaring -- gets the balls to approach Jenny, who is ultracool with her. "Sure, I've seen you around," she smiles, which Kira pathetically pronounces "awesome" before going on to say that she's so lucky to have Blair as her mentor and thus her life is perfect and so of course she didn't need Graham Collins, obviously on the way to claiming that hookup as her handiwork to get intentions points, but Jenny is like, "Bitch, what?". Kira quickly explains that she got Graham to ask Jenny, but then Jenny told him no thanks, and mentions Eric's name, and Jenny shoves her out a window on her way to freaking out on Eric on the other side of the room.
Eric "explains" that he texted Graham because if Jenny'd had the chance to go with Graham, she would "make the wrong choice." I don't know what that means; what it means to Jonathan is that it's time to peace. Blair comes running up and tells them -- "Mentee and Mentee's stepbrother-slash-escort's boyfriend!" -- to cram it because they're making a scene. Jonathan is way gone by this point. Blair is looking great, by the way, with soft hair and a ruffly dress and a nearly invisible headband. Jenny tattles that Eric was sabotaging her, and Eric says he was trying to save her. "I don't know why everybody loves Graham so much, I went to camp with the guy, and he's a... he's a creep!" Oh, summer camp. But Jenny is vindicated by this because it means Eric could have gotten her the date the whole time, which means Eric is no good and can fuck himself.