Oh, lord. So in New York, Jane and Sam are still in bed at what would be, let's say, noon or so. Not that there's anything wrong with that, I hasten to add. Anyway, Jane rolls over to see Sam awake and reading a piece of erotica she'd left on her nightstand. She gets all embarrassed about it, but Sam thinks it's hot that she fantasizes, and even hotter that she does it by reading. Problem solved -- they both like porn!
There's an establishing shot of Alaska at what looks like sunset, for some reason, and then Marin's stomping into the Inn, bitching at Patrick that just when she was about to declare her feelings for Jack, Lynn was at his house. Patrick gets all aglow at the news that Lynn has returned, and Marin rolls her eyes, all, "Of course you know Lynn." Patrick says that Lynn taught him how to ride a bike, and whistle, and pull taffy (literally, I hope), and at Marin's fallen face, he hastily adds that Marin has really pretty hair and an impressive hat collection. Marin stomps upstairs just as Patrick twigs, and asks, "You have feelings for Jack?" Marin babbles everything we already know, complaining that so much could have changed in just four days, when it takes a month for Elmo just to get nonfat peanut butter off a ferry. Patrick agrees that a lot can change in four days, and sadly tells Marin that he and Annie broke up. Marin gets out of her own ass for a second, returning to ask why. Patrick tells her how Annie doesn't believe in fighting, and Marin confidently tells him that healthy fighting is integral to a relationship, and that Patrick has to go fight with Annie again, to prove to her that she's worth fighting for. Patrick asks if that's what Marin's going to do with Jack, but Marin chooses to ignore that for now.
Mai's. Theresa shows up to buy back her engagement ring. Mai asks whether her change of heart is due to her remembering that she was married to a millionaire (heh), and Theresa says that she had a hard time accepting Ben's ring in the first place, but that she wants to show him that she loves him. Mai starts futzing around in a cabinet, chirping that she never thought that ring was right for Theresa, but could show her something more chunky. Once her back is turned, Theresa dully guesses, "You don't have the ring anymore, do you?" "Nope, just sold it online," says Mai blithely. Ha! Mai tells her, though, that the ring is just a symbol to let the world know she's married, and that maybe Theresa needs to think what it will take for her to know that she is. She also tries to offload a hideous vase, but Theresa's no longer in a shopping mood, apparently.