Previously: Seriously? You just saw it.
The next day Spencer brings his rope, tar and feathers to Stephanie's apartment and proceeds to upbraid her for taking Heidi to Lauren's party, then tattling on him without checking that he's not actually a sleaze ball. Isn't that, like, a commonly held truth? Like gravity and how onions make you cry? Spencer makes this another test of loyalty that Steph has failed. She calls him out for taking his crackpot notions to the nth degree and, in doing so, fucking up his own life. He tells her not to talk to Heidi. She tells him to get a life. He's all, "Nah-nee-nah!" And she's all, "Blah-dee-blah!" And this conversation, like all Pratt confrontations, ends with no forward movement, nothing resolved. Credits.
Double L Ranch. It's just like old times! Except Audrina's actually happy to be there! Lo asks how Lauren liked her party. Lauren coyly admits she enjoyed being the center of attention (what's new?) but says the whole boat thing kind of backfired. They chip in their individual ideas as to how Heidi ended up crashing the party (Stephanie!). Lauren remains baffled as to how Heidi and she got trapped on a boat together. Lo and Audrina refuse to take any responsibility, as they shouldn't. Blame Adam DiVello, girls!
Across town, Heidi and her gigantor weave are out for blood. Seriously, that thing grew like six sizes in the 30 seconds between episodes... She stomps over to The Dime to confront Bartender Stacie. She cracks open the door and does the most hilarious spy movie cliché peek-a-boo lean-in, only to be foiled by her massive My Little Pony mane. She walks in and starts pumping BS for information about the previous night with Spencer, or as BS knows him, "The Fighter." Ha! BS lives up to her nickname as she bubble-throats some cockamamie, Stephanie Pratt-style misrepresentations of how sleazy Spencer acted. And, well, he is a bit of a prig. But then again, she wasn't exactly shrieking chastity either. She's playing both sides, is what I'm saying. Personally I think she's miffed that she didn't get a tip when Spencer had to hightail it out of there. And perhaps a little terrified of the destructive powers of Heidi's weave, too. Not that scared, though, as she can't resist tossing in a pointed, "Good luck with that!"