Melissa is avoiding talking about Wren while her mother is crossing out random days on a calendar with a big red X. Melissa apparently was supposed to go to some club event with her mother, but doesn't want to have to explain to every member why she's not getting married now. Spencer walks into the kitchen, and Melissa hops up from her computer, puts on her bitch face and pushes past her younger sister to dump out some wedding magazines in the trash. What a spoiled bitch. She can't even be bothered to recycle. Spencer wants to know where her dad is, and when she finds out that he's already left for the office, she wants to know why he didn't wake her up to go running in the morning. Her mom (who is wearing far too dark makeup for this hour of the day) gets all defensive on his behalf and says he's busy and had to help Melissa dispose of things that Wren left behind. Melissa cattily chimes in, "Unfortunately, you weren't one of them." God, she's the effing worst.
Spencer wants to know how many times she has to apologize, but she gets ignored. Melissa wants to know about important things, like who is going to pull the announcement from the paper and cancel the engagement dinner. She can't possibly deal with that herself, since she could barely change her Facebook status. Spencer tries to take her breakfast to her room, but her mother insists she eats at the table. Not to instill a sense of family, but because she just had her bedspread dry-cleaned. Spencer says she doesn't exactly feel welcome, and Melissa starts in on Spence about how she's never welcome. Spencer explains, seemingly yet again, that Wren kissed her, not the other way around. Of course mom takes Melissa's side. God, I hate both of them. Spencer says that maybe Melissa should try and figure out why Wren cheated on her to begin with. Oh, I can think of a few reasons. Spencer is tired of being accused of being a homewrecker (even if that home was technically one that she spent the summer decorating) and tosses her muffin in the trash on top of the magazines. So wasteful.
Mona is trying on some lipstick and telling Hanna that they should have gotten a few more tubes, but she says that they should have gotten more. Hanna claims she only has two hands. Oh, shoplifting humor. It just never gets old. Except that it already has. Stealing gets pushed aside when Hanna spots Sean and goes over to see him and his friend Noel, who are laughing about something. She greets Sean with a chaste kiss, and Noel tells them about some big no-parent party happening the next day. When the boys walk away, Mona says that she needs to find a boyfriend before the party so she doesn't have to sit and guard the bushes while Hanna and Sean have sex. Then Mona starts in pestering Hanna about why she and Sean haven't consummated their relationship yet. She says that if she doesn't sleep with him soon, she might lose him. Hanna's been throwing herself at Sean, and he's the one who isn't biting, so I'm not sure that Mona has a freaking clue what she's talking about.