After the commercial, Ryan pulls Taylor aside and confronts her about lying to Henri about him. Taylor gets defensive, saying that after Ryan said nothing during dinner and then left abruptly, she had no choice but to make all that shit up. She didn't want Henri to judge Ryan, but couldn't think of anything true about Ryan that would impress Henri. Ryan says he doesn't mind that she lied to Henri to make Ryan look better; he minds that he thinks Taylor wishes she had something to be impressed with him for. Taylor denies this, but Ryan's inferiority complex has taken over. He says he and Taylor are just too different, and leaves.
Kirsten finally does something. She goes to a hotel room to meet her client's date, but starts to chicken out. But the man inside the room heard her wimpy passive-aggressive knock and calls her back.
Meanwhile, Julie has to deal with using her land line, which is ringing. Spencer's on the phone, and Julie explains that she didn't get his messages since her cell phone's been missing for two days and Julie lacks the ability to check her voicemail from somewhere else. Nor did she just get a new phone with all that money she has so she could stay on top of the day-to-day business of her illegal prostitution ring. Whatever. Anyway, Julie is very surprised to hear that her partner cancelled a client's date.
Kristen's gigolo offers her some champagne and tells her to put the money on the nightstand so they can "get nasty." Hot. "I thought Julie told you all the rules," Himbo says, just to make it absolutely clear to Kirsten the Airhead that Julie is running an escort service right under her nose. Kirsten excuses herself to get some toys from the car.
ChrisBrown is helping at a Winter Clothing Drive, because he is a dork. Kaitlin stops by to "clear things up." She does not take one look at ChrisBrown's bright orange sweater and turn around to leave while counting her blessings that she didn't get stuck with a guy who dresses like a traffic cone. Instead, she tells ChrisBrown that she likes him, even if he doesn't like her. He says he does, but there's a bunch of homeless people in need of clothing standing around them so they can't start making out of anything. "You may not know this, but there are homeless people that live in Newport," ChrisBrown says, yet again trying to show Kaitlin how awesome and special he is and she isn't. But he gets served since two of those homeless people are Bill and Darryl from Homeless Thanksgiving '06, and they wave hello to Kaitlin. ChrisBrown says he'll give Kaitlin a call after the drive, and they daringly hold hands. "I just can't believe this clothing drive is salting my game," Kaitlin says. Yeah, well, you know whose game is really salted, Kaitlin? Homeless people's. Even in Southern California, it gets cold. These people need and appreciate warm clothes. Have a heart, Kaitlin. Geez! What a bitch.