Marin is working in the Presidential Suite when Lynn knocks at the door with a parcel that was downstairs for her, and her photo, which Lynn calls a peace offering. She explains that she isn't the type of girl to fight over a guy. "We won't be fighting," says Marin quietly. She slides the photo out of the envelope (and...how presumptuous is Lynn, that she picked the shot for her), and Lynn says it's her favorite: "You look so vulnerable." Marin squints, and Lynn adds, "In a good way. The camera loves you." Marin smiles wistfully. At least she got a nice photo out of this whole ordeal.
Celia, her hair all post-sex-tousled, brings Ellis home for a little late-afternoon delight, only to find Patrick at the dining-room table, assembling his model. Ellis comments that he had one like that when he was nine, asking Celia, "Is he challenged?" "It's not that hard," says Patrick smugly. Heh. Ellis asks whether Patrick still lives there and, learning that he doesn't, chuckles with relief, saying he thought Patrick might be one of those "mama's boys" he used to hang by his gotch from the flagpole back in high school. Celia and Patrick smile uncomfortably to have their relationship pegged so precisely, and then Celia gets rid of Ellis, denying him a goodnight kiss. Once he's gone, Patrick smirks that Ellis likes her. Celia: "Patrick! Like I have time to love anybody but you!" She beams as she says it, but this clear glimpse of his potentially stunted future evidently gives him indigestion.
Jack sits at home, studying the old photo of himself and Lynn and drinking.
Marin finally gets around to opening the parcel Lynn had brought up for her. It's a first edition of Walden from Stuart. She immediately calls him and tells him she wants to sign with him. I'm sure that's exactly the kind of 1 AM phone call Stuart was dying to get.
Festival Of Lights. People put their little lit-up boats on the water. And then Patrick sets his model ship on fire and sets it out to float. Celia comes fluttering over, and he tells her that he built it for her, and that he set it on fire for both of them. He doesn't want to be a mama's boy -- he wants to be a mama's man: "I think we should see other people." Heh. He sees Annie behind Celia's shoulder and excuses himself to go thank her for helping him to grow up, and making him a better person, and being his "first...everything." He adds, "I will always be grateful I had you in my life." He starts to move on, like a mama's man, but Annie grabs him and plants one on him. Aw.