Susannah and Ava visit Super Mom, who is Mulva from Seinfeld. Mulva pours them some coffee to sober them up and explains that she should have called them, but that she was too upset. Mulva is wearing a sweater set and pearls, despite the heat. She explains that she doesn't want to judge, because she's trying to be less judgmental, but she just doesn't "feel comfortable with [her kids] spending time in that environment." Ava defensively asks what Mulva means by that, and Mulva says that she doesn't think there's enough adult supervision at Ava's house, and half the time Ava just leaves the kids with her roommates. Aren't her roommates adults? Mulva adds that the roommates served the kids banana splits for lunch. Ava says that her roommates are her family, and that she trusts them with the kids. Ava thinks this is all a big misunderstanding. Mulva busts out the Polaroid CCK stole from Johnny's closet and hands it to Ava, who is stunned. Susannah checks it out and tells Ava that she looks good, causing Mulva to roll her eyes and purse her lips.
Back at the house, Ava berates Johnny for keeping the Polaroid, since he promised to throw them out. Johnny asks if Ava threw the photos of him away, and Ava says that she did it easily. Johnny is offended, and Ava says it was the night he married Beth. Johnny was married? Interesting. Ava brings up the banana-splits-for-lunch issue, and Johnny tries to defend his nutritional choice. Johnny insists that Mulva is "a crabapple," and that Ava's never been one to change herself for "the crabapples of the world." Ava insists that Mulva is just trying to keep her children safe. Johnny has no response, and Ava storms out.
Ava comforts Derrick, who is worried that he'll never see Martha again. Derrick asks about the naked picture, and Ava says that Johnny took it, and it was a crazy time in her life, and that it shouldn't have been in the house. And...scene.
Back at Spanish Cove, it's morning, and Bradin and Sarah are just waking up. They kiss with the abandon of young lovers who don't care about morning breath. Bradin asks what time it is, and Sarah guesses that it's about 8. I guess we're supposed to think that the sex was so good that, despite sleeping on wet sand with scratchy blankets, they both slept straight through until morning. Bradin jumps up and says that he's dead.