Meanwhile, Jones and Lux arrive back in Portland. He says he'll happily drive her to Tasha's -- or wherever she wants -- whenever she wants. She admits she thought this day would be a disaster, but she ended up feeling like someone actually got her. Jones comes out with the truth that taking her to Tasha's was actually Baze's idea. He spills the beans on the deal they struck because he likes her and wants to avoid some big dramatic reveal later. Oh, but Lux is dead set on making it dramatic right damn now. Instead of being even-headed about the whole thing and realizing that Jones did a very nice thing for her, she feels betrayed and wonders out loud if Baze tipped him off to her favorite music, too. He promises he did everything else himself and says he only mentioned his deal with Baze because he didn't think it was a big deal (it's not). She says it is a big deal (it's not), and if he doesn't get that, he doesn't get her. Now we know which parent Lux takes after. Hint: Rhymes with "hyperventilATE." She stomps upstairs and gives Baze a chilly reception. She snaps at him for setting her up. He tries to play it down and talk some sense into Lux, but she's having none of it. She throws a full-on teen hissy before yanking closed the shower curtain separating her room from the rest of the loft. It's decidedly less effective than the attic door at Cate's.
Some time later, Lux pulls out the paper with Bug's number on it. A girl answers, and Lux asks for Bobby Guthrie. Wow, that's his name? Who knew Bug could be the better option? The girl says Bug's not around, so Lux asks her to leave a message: "Tell him that Lux called and to come home." Way to throw your self-respect out the window, homegirl.