Audrina and Cory go out on a date. They have to caption Cory because he's Australian. Oh, they caption Audrina too. Must have been audio problems. Audrina tells him about Cabo and admits that JB was there. Cory doesn't let that one slide and Audrina tries to downplay it, but Cory is suspicious. So Audrina says she doesn't want to talk about it, because clamming up about it is going to make him stop suspecting anything, right? And then it's all awkward. Way to make it weird, Audrina.
Stephanie and Cameron arrive at the club super-early because they are nerds. Cameron really does not want to be there. But he does vow to take Brody aside and talk to him if he shows up. UGH! This is driving me crazy. Especially because, when Cameron says that, Stephanie gets all glowy and... gah. Nice message to send the young women who watch this show -- you're useless and a nobody until you have a boyfriend who can stand up for you to the big, bad men in your life. How about Stephanie could try not sucking and/or not hanging out with people who think she sucks? Or telling them off herself? Lauren and Lo show up, and Stephanie introduces them to Cameron. Lauren thinks they make a cute couple. Stephanie has to stir things up by asking if Brody is coming, which causes Cameron to announce that he's totes going to talk to that dude. So then Brody does show up and Lauren goes all quiet, like any of this has anything to do with her or is any of her beeswax, period. So then Stephanie starts prodding Cameron, "Um, weren't you going to say something to him? To Brody? You were going to say something?" It's like it turns her on or something, and it's just so gross. So Lauren tells Brody that Stephanie and Cameron are cute together and Brody wonders what happened to Cameron saying something to him. So then everyone sits around awkwardly, and Stephanie makes weird faces.
Audrina is in the studio with Chiara while Brandy records a new song. Brandy shows them some photos that she's thinking of using for her new album cover. I feel like there's a joke in here about vehicular manslaughter, but I actually feel bad about that happening, because Brandy seems like a nice person and all -- even if I am still mad at her for her lack of pronoun agreement in that song "Have You Ever." Do you remember that song? "Have you ever had someone steal your heart away, you'd give anything to make them feel the same?" But "someone" is singular and "them" is plural, and I get that it would be lyrically awkward to say "to make him or her feel the same" but what is she, Melissa Etheridge, where she's trying to cover up the gender of her lover? I loved that song, but it bugged me every time. I am fighting the losing battle of using "them" as a singular genderless pronoun. Don't get me started on the subjunctive and the Alicia Keyes remake of "If I Was Your Woman."