We're back to where we were at the top of the hour. Bridget is getting ready for the shower in which she washes neither her hair nor face (you never pointed that out, mum). She lays down the ring, disrobes and gets in. Shiv enters the bathroom, gets way too close for comfort and stares at her nekkid sister (as well as her own reflection in the glass shower doors). The shortest shower on record comes to an end. Did you just have some dirt on your belly, B? Bridget turns around. Shiv is gone. Bridget wraps herself in a towel and walks by the vanity, not noticing the soap dish which is now shockingly devoid of her bling.
Outside, Shiv slips on the ring and calls Henry, but her call goes straight to voicemail. Inside, Bridget returns to the bathroom and finds the ring gone. She gasps and fiddles with the drain stopper. Her phone rings. It's the doorman, announcing the caterers have arrived. Bridget asks him to find her a plumber.
Party, Night: Andrew compliments Bridget, but notices she's not wearing her ring. She lies that she took it to get resized. "It fell off again, today. I should have taken it yesterday." Why lie about the resizing, Bridget? No one complicates your life more than you do, honey. Not even your sister.
In Juliet's room, Andrea peeks out the door and confirms that Mr. Carpenter is there. Andrea is still counseling Juliet to tell her parents what happened. Juliet says she has done a lot of crappy stuff and doesn't want to screw things up with them. She talks about the trouble between her and Shiv, and then gets to utter yet another episode title (is anyone keeping count): "It just got normal." She wants it to stay that way. Andrew pops his head on and tells Juliet to hustle and get out to the party.
After the girls have spent a little while at the party, Andrea suggests they congratulate Shiv and disappear, but Juliet says it's not the right time. What it is the right time for, is grabbing someone else's half-consumed Martini and swilling. When Andrea gives Juliet a look, Juliet says, "Don't judge. Support. It's the only way I'll get through tonight."