Kirsten mans the phones at New Match, and, amazingly, actually gets a call. It's not a client, of course, but Julie, begging for a second chance. Kirsten hangs up on her. Julie calls back and asks Kirsten if she got the "cookie bouquet" she sent her. Kirsten claims to be allergic to chocolate. She should donate it to the bake sale, then. Julie says their friendship "can't just end like this." Oh really? I think it can. If my best friend did something like that to me, you can bet our friendship would end like that. Although if that same best friend had also framed my adopted son for attempted murder and sent him on a murder mission to Mexico, she would have been dumped long ago. Anyway, Kirsten isn't having any of it. She hangs up on Julie and stares at the cookie bouquet, which is pretty ugly and doesn't seem to have any chocolate in it.
Ryan roars up to the Roberts mansion, where Kaitlin is practicing her skateboard moves in the driveway while wearing a very skateboarding-friendly outfit of tight pants, a long, almost-dress-length shirt, and a cropped short-sleeve sweater. Major grindage, Kaitlin. Ryan wants to see Taylor, but Kaitlin says Taylor can now be found at the Four Seasons. In Henri's room. That'd be enough for me to say "fudge it," drive home, and forget Taylor ever existed, but not Ryan. He sighs and says he'll head over there, but Kaitlin stops him, saying that he'd better go bearing gifts, since "Pepe Le Pew" is buying her that house and all. He's just renting it, Kaitlin. Not buying. Don't make it look like he's smart enough to take advantage of the current buyer's market. She recommends stopping by the Quik-E-Mart and picking up one of those stuffed animals with the gummy bears. "Talk is cheap, Ryan," she warns. Well, so is that stuffed animal from Quik-E-Mart, Kaitlin.
Summer welcomes Seth to their date, which will be taking place in her bedroom. Seth applauds her for saving gas money (as well as set-building money), and she opens the door to a room full of Seth's Favorite Things: Thai take-out, video games, and "whiny records." There's also Summer, who tells Seth she still loves him and may not be ready to get married now, but will be someday. Which was all Seth wanted out of their engagement in the end, but whatever. Seth wants to forget that ever happened, but Summer can't let it go, saying that Seth was "so cute" when he proposed to her and basically talking to him like he's a little boy. An emasculated little boy, that is. Seth says he feels hot and wonders if the air conditioner is broken. Summer points out that it's winter, not that that stopped Sandy from surfing or those people in one of the opening location-establishing montages from jet-skiing. He leaves to get a glass of water, almost running out of the room.