Meanwhile, Laurel is asking "Sutton" how it's possible she has had so many boyfriends and kept her hymen intact. She asks, "Were you one of those everything-but girls?" Emma is humiliated. Like Seventeen Traumarama mortified. Baz interrupts the get-it-in-quisition to tell them that, even if the festival delays their set, they can't possibly make it. When the mechanic pulls up sans van, their fears are confirmed. He offers them some super-sketchy "gig" to play in town, and Laurel leaves "Sutton" at the motel with Ethan. As they leave, Ethan walks up and wonders what's going on. Emma updates him and sheepishly tells him that there are no longer any distractions or people keeping them apart. She kisses him gently and tells him that, finally, the timing is right. As she walks anxiously to the room, he struggles with the fact that he's still keeping secrets from her.
Cabin. Sutton is a little bit too excited about planning the Mission: Impossible-style encroachment into Rebeccannie's lair to recover the locket. She wants Thayer to initiate some huge confrontation with Alec and Rebeccannie, providing a diversion so she can sneak in and steal the locket. Thayer claims he doesn't want to risk someone seeing her when everyone thinks she's out of town, but obviously the first part of the plan is insane. Seeing that Sutton won't back down, he tells her it has nothing do with her. This is his family's problem, and he will decide how to address it. Even tough talk doesn't temper her enthusiasm, so Thayer rolls over like always.
That night, Alec visits Rebeccannie. She notes how preoccupied he seems, and he admits he's surprised he hasn't heard anything from the person who sent the incriminating text. Rebeccannie tells him to be patient. He admits he's nervous the photo could get in the wrong hands and ruin everything he's worked for his entire career. Rebeccannie tells him she might have a solution if he's "willing to think outside the box." Of course Alec is game.
Meanwhile, Laurel, Baz, and co. have made it to the "home" where their gig is. It is, indeed, a home -- in the sense of a nursing home. Laurel apologizes that Baz is missing his big break at Coachella, but he says he's happy to get a chance to spend more time with her. Embarrassed, he asks if she's ready to start. "Not yet," she tells him, then leans in to give him a quick peck on the lips. "Okay, now I'm ready." They start playing their folksy tunes for the old-timers.