The girls arrive at Char's house. Emma timidly takes off her cover-up and tip-toes toward Luke. Before she can really blow it, her phone rings. Sutton is calling from L.A. Emma panics when Luke asks who's calling and tells Sutton to call her back later. Sutton reminds her, "Remember: Two days, the cabin." Emma hangs up and asks Luke a bunch of questions "they" already went over the night before. He doesn't sweat it, though, and Sutton covers nicely with her girls, saying things are "complicated." Emma can't believe she is pulling this off.
As the day wears on, the girls' classmate Nisha Randall strolls into Char's house imperiously and invites them all to a senior party she's having at her house. It's obvious she's not welcome, but that only feeds her bloodlust. Nisha saunters over to Sutton/Emma and harasses her about some sort of sporting accident Sutton had (or may have faked) the year before. She throws down a challenge, and Emma, figuring that Sutton's not one to back down from some wench's challenge, takes it -- having no idea what she's getting herself into, mind you. Luckily, her cluelessness reads as nonchalance, and so the face-off (whatever it may be) is set for the next day at practice (whatever that may be). Emma stands up and heads over to Luke. He commends her for standing up to Nisha, though she's too busy checking out the motorcycle riding stud in the distance (a.k.a. Ausscar from 90210).
That night, "Sutton" asks Laurel if their parents ever talk about her adoption. Laurel has a boulder-sized chip on her shoulder because Kristin and Ted were always emphasizing how special Sutton is because she was chosen, which implicitly makes Laurel, who was a surprise, feel unwanted and unspecial. Laurel brings up a conversation she and Sutton had on the plane, in which Sutton wondered "Who has a child and just gives it away?" Laurel thinks she knows what's going on, but she doesn't know the half of it -- quite literally. She jabs Sutton, "I can imagine whoever it was could see into the future and knew what a nightmare you'd turn out to be..." Emma takes it with a wincing laugh, then her phone rings as Laurel walks out the door. Laurel notes the different ring tone, though she doesn't know that it's because she's hearing Emma's phone ringing. Emma listens to her voicemail. It's Travis telling her that Clarice is pressing charges for assault. As she hangs up, a shadowy figure crosses her window.