Seth tries to deflect his insecurities about his relationship with Summer by accusing Ryan of having problems with Marissa, but Ryan sees right through him and tells him to stop trying to compete with Summer over who's smarter. "Do you think Summer would win?" Seth asks, not getting it. Ryan just stares at him, and then walks away. He doesn't have time for this! He's an intern for a prestigious development company!
Kirsten and Julie meet for lunch. Kirsten's all business, but Julie is distracted by things like crab cakes and sweet corn ravioli. Julie's inattentiveness puts Kirsten at Annoyance Level 2, but she should really give Julie a break here. I don't think Julie can afford to eat anymore, so she's probably kind of starving. Kirsten leaves to get some more papers from her car, and orders Julie to do some work while she's gone. Julie pretends to look at a spreadsheet, and then, as soon as Kirsten's gone, turns her attention toward a guy at the bar. They exchange flirty smiles, and then the guy invites her to join him for a drink. Julie turns him down, saying that her partner is coming right back. "Then maybe I can buy you both drinks," he answers, not able to believe his amazing good fortune. "She's an alcoholic," Julie explains, and I'll bet Kirsten would be freaking thrilled if she knew Julie was going around telling complete strangers about her issues like that. But at least Julie remembers that Kirsten had an alcohol problem, unlike everyone else on this show, including Kirsten. The guy invites himself to sit down at Julie's table, and asks about her and Kirsten's business. I can't decide if he's ruder or nosier. Kirsten walks in and sees Julie flirting with a guy, and is now at Annoyance Level 5. She walks up to the pair, and Julie introduces her to Jeff, whom she invited to join them for lunch. Kirsten makes a "say WHAT?" face and goes to Annoyance Level 8 until Julie adds that Jeff hired them to cater a dinner party at his house -- for $5000. Looks like Julie isn't quite a business slacker after all!