Back at the Backer home, Emma is banging tennis balls against the garage door when Travis comes up to be a prick. He snatches the ball out from under her, and they share tense words before their mom Clarice calls them in. She's a real class-act, too, and looks not unlike John Connor's adoptive mom in Terminator 2: Judgment Day. She's ticked because someone has stolen money she had stashed in a cut-out book, including a signed tip from Bruce Willis himself. Travis guiltily points fingers at Emma and points Clarice to Emma's backpack. It's an obvious set-up, but Clarice doesn't care as long as she's got her Willis money back. Clarice heads to the other room to call the police.
Meanwhile, Sutton catches up with her girlfriends. Char has an addict for a mom, and Mads' brother Thayer moved abruptly to L.A. Char is called off, and Mads gives Sutton a picture she found of Thayer and her. Mads uses the picture as a way to ask a question that's obviously been weighing on her mind: Did Sutton and Thayer ever hook up? Sutton insists she couldn't -- he's like a brother to her, too. Mads puts the picture back in her purse, and Sutton lets slip a pained look while Mads' eyes are down.
The police arrive at the Beckers'. While Clarice steps out to talk to them, Travis slithers over to Emma and tells her, "Promise me a little action, and I can make those cops go away. She gives him a coy smile before clocking him with her tennis racquet and escaping out the back door.
That night, Sutton is still chilling with the girls. She tells them about ditching Luke, and they immediately wonder what's wrong. She promises she's not cheating, nor does she want to break up with him. She says it's something else, something "complicated," something she can't share with them. Her phone rings, and she excuses herself to take the call. It's Emma, who announces that she's getting on overnight bus to Phoenix. Though she's worried about breaking the news to her adoptive family, Sutton agrees to meet Emma at the station the next morning.