Sean shows up, wearing a suit jacket and a pair of shorts. He's heading off to a basketball game right afterwards. Hanna's phone rings, and it's Emily, and Sean tells her to get it and blow him off again for her friends. She doesn't though, as we see Emily pondering a plate of Jenna cookies and trying to leave a message for Hanna while Nia walks in and out of the room. Emily's arm is also in some sort of air cast, so she must have hurt that, too. Nia wants to know who Emily was leaving a message for, since it sounded so urgent. Emily makes up a poor lie about lipgloss, prompting Nia to take her phone away from her so they can have some mother-daughter magazine-reading bonding time.
Lucas tries to do the pictures, but Sean's not happy to be there and he has to force them to even stand next to each other. Emily sits sipping tea while Nia asks if she thought that she wouldn't have let her go to the dance with Toby. Emily honestly says yeah, and Nia says that Emily is right, because Toby is trouble. Emily thinks she's misunderstood, and Nia gets all uppity about Toby being the reason that Jenna's blind and says that he's the reason her daughter has a head wound. Nia thinks that Toby must have something to hide and speculates that Toby tried to pressure Emily into having sex. Wrong boyfriend again, Nia. Keep up. Nia wonders what the neighbors are going to think, when they find out she went out with Toby. She claims that Emily needs to be honest with her.
Lucas tries to get Sean to sit with Hanna on his lap (even offers to Photoshop pants on him) but Sean's had enough. He's tired and annoyed that he looked like a jackass all alone on stage while his girlfriend was nowhere to be found. You'd think if she just said that she was looking for Emily, who turned out to need medical care, he might understand, but no. He says that she ditched him way before Emily and starts getting a little loud, so Lucas takes a candid shot and Sean threatens to stick his camera in an uncomfortable place. Then he takes off. Hanna follows suit.
Aria stares at her very pretty flowers and is interrupted by Chad Dad, who says that the game was a dud, but mostly-forgotten Mike played well. Mom never showed up, and he lies that she was missed. Aria wants to know if she is responsible for passing on that message as well. Chad Dad tries to explain that he and her mother have been together since college and were basically kids who had never really been out of their hometown, and Aria doesn't care, she just wants to know if he's moving out. He says that her mom wants some time apart. She thinks this means he's moving in with Meredith, but he says that Meredith is just a woman he works with and isn't the problem, and that he still loves her mom. Aria says he's leaving because its easier to run than to fight for something you actually want. He again tells her that she's too young to understand.