Cate answers the door at her house with a big old bag of chips in her hand. Glad to see she's not comfort eating! Oh wait, but it gets worse. As she escorts Math inside, she has to clear the couch of even more chip bags, an empty wine bottle, and a box of cookies. I shudder to think where in that couch the empty pint of ice cream is hiding. Ignoring the one-way ticket to Fatsylvania lying on the coffee table, Math proposes that Cate chaperone the Winter Formal with him. She seems hesitant after the beer pong fiasco, but he says they can make up an excuse about needing parent volunteers. This way she can spend secret QT with Lux. And he can finally have his dream date -- though he doesn't make that point quite as prominent as the others. She agrees to this "date." His word.
Baze's. Having stripped nearly naked in record time, Lux and Bug are now spooning on Baze's leather couch (something tells me he didn't have the foresight of Blair Waldorf re: Scotch Guarding). Speak of the Devil-dater, Lux hears Baze approaching and sends Bug scurrying to hide in her "bedroom." No-balls Baze has brought Cate's sister Abby with him because he's not man enough to take the sex talk head-on. Abby is plenty brave (or more likely stupid), and she just plows right into it, stopping just short of mounting Baze (hands-on education!) and presenting Lux with a "Thanks for listening" vibrator. Lux realizes they're giving her the sex talk and doesn't have the heart to tell them it's a bit too late -- or so I gather from the previous couple of minutes. She self-consciously bares with them, all the while knowing that Bug can hear every word. This tactic blows right up in her face when Baze mentions Jones. Lux jumps up, promising that she is not having sex with Jones, nor does plan to. Baze wipes the sweat from his brow and high fives her, all, "Awesome talk!" as he and Abby swiftly exit the bloodbath.
Outside a few moments later, Bug is doing what he does best -- jumping to conclusions. Maybe they call him Cricket instead? He starts up with the exact same bullshit about how Lux isn't allowed to be normal or do average high school stuff. She's a Foster Freak, remember? Furthermore, he accuses her of wanting him to come back so she can rub her perfect high school life in his face. Sheesh. She tells him that he made her life Hell by bailing on her. Yet, somehow, his coming back has made her feel even worse. It's called "terrible person," Lux. Get. Rid.