Inside, Ryan holds an ice bag to his head. In Newport they have both ice and plastic bags. Sandy admires his potential shiner and enthuses, "But hey! They look good on ya!" Theresa apologizes, and Kirsten insists that it's not her fault. Sandy heard there was a rumble in the bedroom, and heads off to break it up. Meanwhile, Seth laments the fact that Anna failed to show, and Ryan produces the letter. When Seth expresses his disbelief that Ryan waited until now to give it to him, Ryan defends, "I was a little distracted!" Seth can't read it, though, because it went for a swim in the pool. He takes it outside to read, because apparently the light of the moon is more illuminating than a standard bulb. Summer grudgingly trails him outside, and joins him as he attempts to make out a phrase which he thinks is either "I love you as your bijon" or "I love you as your Aztecs." Summer says, "Aspirin?" and Seth asks if she thinks that's what the letter says; no, she says, but he's giving her a headache and she wants some. Next, they struggle is over a "c" word, which causes Summer to announce, "Confusing." Again, it's not her interpretation of the letter, but an expression of her own feelings -- why does Seth care so much about what the letter says? Seth buzzes and whirs that Anna couldn't even say goodbye, and that he doesn't want her to leave because of him. Summer announces that he was declaring his love for her last week, and now he's all, "Anna's letter! I can't read it!" Hee. He slow-talks that it's not like that: Anna is his friend, and he doesn't want her to leave. Summer thinks it over, and tells him to go and stop her, then. Seth kisses Summer's forehead and dashes off.
Inside, Ryan asks what Theresa's is going to do, and for some reason she's the one who looks like she went into the pool. Actually, Seth kind of does, too. Why is Ryan the driest-looking person in the room? And why is he still in his suit, which now appears to be dry? Either he left his wet suit on so long that it dried, or he put on a new, dry suit. Either action is senseless. Theresa says she needs to call Eddie and straighten things out, and Ryan insists that everything will be okay. Seth interrupts their conversation because he needs Ryan to drive him to the airport to stop Anna. He can't drive himself because the champagne goes straight to his head. I'd say a lot of things go straight to Seth's head lately.
Outside, Lady Heather overstays her welcome at a party to which she should never have been invited. Caleb smarmily calls her "Juju"; they exchange unpleasantries, and he asks if he can drive her home. She snits that she can walk down the driveway. Caleb announces that it's been a busy time, and that he'd like to take her on a "real date," because he knows he didn't appreciate her, but he wants to now. She orders him to plan the perfect date and run it by her, and then they'll see. She should make him draft up a proposal with color diagrams and a cover page any everything!