Ryan returns to the bar to find Sandy and Kirsten there, waiting for him. Not only did Seth tell Ryan the wrong address, he also told his parents where to find Ryan! Seth is a hero! Hero Seth! Ryan doesn't want to go home where everyone pretends that nothing has changed. "We all miss her. It's never gonna be the way that it used to be. But we are still a family," Sandy says. No, it's not going to be the way it used to be. And that's not a bad thing. Ryan says he won't leave when Volchok is so close. Seth walks in and says that Volchok is, in fact, gone.
Taylor Townsend cries in a Rhode Island airport. Summer shows up. Taylor puts on an angry front until Summer apologizes and then Taylor says she's sorry too and hugs the hell out of Summer. She hates fighting with Summer. Summer says Taylor was right -- not about Summer liking Bright, but about Summer avoiding Seth. Taylor says she understands why. And so will Seth when Summer tells him. Also, Taylor Townsend is married with a fancy French last name and everything. Her only explanation for how it happened is that she met the guy and then was suddenly in his family's chapel getting married. Oh, well that does explain everything. No questions there. Taylor even namedrops that Ethan Hawke was at their rehearsal dinner. Summer promises Taylor she'll write to Seth and they say they'll see each other at Thanksgiving, which will be tomorrow, thanks to Fox's sudden and rather bizarre decision put this show on two days in a row and ruin my weekend. "Oh, by the way," Taylor says, "your roomie is a big slut." "Yeah, I know," Summer says. I guess Amber was kinda right about people thinking women who sleep around are sluts.
Kaitlin finds the Ward boys at the clothing drive. They're wearing Sandy and Ryan's leather jackets and thrilled at such a great clothing drive find. Enh, those Darfur refugees didn't need leather jackets anyway. Honestly, though, they'd probably be better off with some of that creamed corn you give away during Thanksgiving food drives. I guess recycling the wardrobe is one way to cut costs. I'm glad the cute Ward got Ryan's jacket, though. It looks hot. But Kaitlin thinks they look gay. Julie walks in and says that what Kaitlin said to her at the house made sense. Life is hard, but you have to live it. Julie, you are good enough, smart enough, and doggone it, people like you. Kaitlin uneasily says that she and the Wards are bringing some of the Darfur refugees' clothes to a local shelter. Dean Tia, whose shift never ends, appears and pulls Julie aside to talk to her.