And, no Lux gets called to the Principal's office. Brynn and her parents are leaving as Lux enters the office. Brynn says that she's sorry, but Lux doesn't know what she's sorry about. Inside the office, the Principal asks Lux if she recalls signing the school's anti-drug oath. She does. So, she knows the severity of being caught selling drugs... or drug paraphernalia. She does, why? The Principal reaches behind her desk and pulls up the bong lamp. No good.
Cate is shopping at a place called Blushing Boutique. Cate has several clothing choices pulled and Ryan reminds her that they are not going to dinner at the White House. She knows, but she wants to look good. She asks how he likes one dress and he replies that he likes that he could have "easy access." Hi, junior high. He tries to kiss her and she stops him because someone could see them. When Cate walks away to grab some more clothes, the sales lady recognizes Ryan. She's very excited. Then, she sees Cate and is even more excited. Here's the thing, kissing someone in public can make it look like you're dating. Shopping with someone DEFINITELY makes it look like you're dating. The sales lady says that they should wake up and realize that they're perfect for each other. She loves their banter and sexual tension. Ryan says that it's not sexual and Cate agrees. It's just tension.
Cut to the dressing room where Ryan and Cate are making out. Cate says that they have to be careful -- if they get caught, they're screwed. Won't the person working in the small boutique know that he's in the dressing room with her? Details. Ryan says that the door is locked and he looks over the top of the door. Smooth. Suddenly, Cate's phone is ringing. It's Baze. She answers and immediately says that she is too busy to talk, but he gives her some shocking news.
At Cate's place, Cate exclaims that Lux has been suspended for selling drug paraphernalia. Lux offers that you wouldn't actually be able to use the drug lamp. I'd like to offer that I could have completely gotten out of that in high school. When in trouble, feign ignorance. It's maybe not surprising how good at that I've been. Cate asks why Lux sold the lamp to Brynn. Lux tries to deflect, but Baze says it was because she was helping him with rent. Cate freaks, but Lux says the suspension is only five days. Baze jokes that he and Math could homeschool her, but Cate's not in a joking mood. She says that this will be on Lux's permanent record. It could affect the way her teachers perceive her, as well as what college she gets into. Baze says that no one really cares about what you did in high school. Cate reminds Lux that Baze is a bartender. She says that she will handle this. Westmonte was her alma mater and Principal Dugan loved her.