He's like what the hell are you doing here? She explains she got a job working as a tutor for Rose and Sage Baker, who he knows by reputation as the "evil Baker twins." Wait, they're twins? Charlie asks if Megan's dad knows she is back. Ohhhhh... so now we find out that she's actually from Palm Beach. The plot thickens. Megan says she's not, in fact, "back," i.e. no he doesn't know and you best not tell him, bitch! Charlie informs her that he sees her dad and her sister Lily (ah ha!) all the time, and asks if Megan's suggesting he lie to them. Her phone lights up with news that the girls are back at home, and as she dashes off, she tells him it's not lying, it's just omitting certain information.
Back at the house, the girls are working out on the lawn. Rose is texting some guy and Sage is holding forth on why the guy's a douchebag who doesn't deserve her. Megan walks up and interrupts the conversation much to Sage's chagrin. As the girls go through their various Pilates poses, Megan attempts to draw them out about The Great Gatsby. Sage rants that he's a total closet case, and Megan takes this to mean that she actually did her homework and read the book .
Rose suggests they talk about something more interesting -- Megan. She lists off pertinent details about Megan -- that she went to Yale and wrote her thesis on phallic imagery in James Joyce. Megan's like, "wow, you guys totally Google-stalked me." Rose giggles and asks if she has a boyfriend. Megan informs her that she did in college but that her sister Lily stole him. Dayum! She goes on to say that she thinks the girls are really lucky to have the close relationship they do, and that she wishes she had that with her own sister. Megan tries to steer the conversation back to The Great Gatsby by asking if they know what a flapper is. Rose is like, well I wore a flapper dress to semi-formal last year! Oh, youth!
The next day, Megan awakens in her palatial suite and her eyes fall upon a lovely breakfast tray replete with fruit, croissants and coffee. Damn you, rich people! After scarfing a breakfast pastry, she joins Laurel for a status report. Megan starts laying out her study plan in detail, but Laurel interrupts to inform her that she's being "graded on their grades," assuring her that she doesn't care how they get the grades, as long as they get them. They must get into Duke. She then excuses herself to attend to the seating arrangements for the fundraiser tomorrow night. Megan observes that she doesn't know how Laurel juggles all of her responsibilities -- she'd go mad. Laurel replies that it's merely the appearance of sanity. As she walks out, Megan sits down at her laptop and types "Notes on Laurel Limoges -- appearance is everything." Um, I don't think that's what she meant, dumb-ass but way to set up a future episode in which someone happens upon your ill-conceived and completely imperceptive notes and rightly outs you as a self-righteous wannabe writer asshole!