Peyton rushes back into the hotel room. Luckily, she finds her bracelet under the pillow. Her absolute relief turns to tears. Luke comforts her, but Peyton keeps on crying. Oh, yeah, then they start making out. Pulling clothes off, making out some more, lying down on the bed, making out, making out, and making out. Well, St. Luke's not so bloody saintly now -- he's a two-timing, hormonally charged teenager -- thank goodness. The other stuff was getting a bit tired. Blah bare chest, blah, making out, blah de smooching blah. Wait! The music stops as Peyton's hair gets caught in Luke's necklace. He says, "Brooke." She says, "What?" "Brooke gave me that necklace." And that ends that. Luke says they should get going, and Peyton agrees with him. Only she lies there for a second, clutching Brooke's necklace to her chest thinking one of two things: (a) she really loves Lucas and is sad because she wants him, or (b) she's a crappy-ass friend for making out with the boy her best friend is going out with. You guys can interpret it whichever way you choose. I'm going with a combination of both.
The breakfast table feels just as uncomfortable as the dinner table -- maybe even a little more, seeing as all the skeletons have joined them for a tasty bit of scrambled eggs. Keith's there, too. Royal asks, "How's business, Keith?" He says it's steady. Royal continues, "I know I've ridden you a lot, son, but I hope you know I think you're a good man." Keith smiles, and then he snarks, "That's great, Dad. The first nice thing you say to me, and it's really just a dig at Dan." Royal starts to defend himself, but May steps in to ask if they can't all just eat their breakfast. May says that Dan had forgotten to open their present from her and his father. Dan puts down his fork and opens the box. Inside, there's a beautiful quilt of all his basketball stuff; it's really lovely. May says she couldn't bring herself to throw it out, she insists he still has a lot to be proud of. Only Dan looks kind of mortified, sort of stunned and kind of confused after the night that they all just had.