And Kirsten's sitting home by herself. Sandy finally decides to call and tells her to meet him at the Yacht Club. She's not thrilled with this, but is hung up on as Seth is released from jail and Sandy has to go. At this point, some guy shows up at the door with a car. He says he's here to take her to Sandy. I wouldn't trust it, but Kirsten does. It's not like she has anything better to do than get abducted anyway.
Outside the Yacht Club, Ryan talks to Seth about his latest stupid caper. He says that Sandy "didn't seem too upset about it," which makes sense since Sandy didn't care enough to even notice that Seth wasn't home all last night or most of today. Seth says Sandy is probably proud of him for getting arrested for political activism, and I'm sure he'll be even more proud when he has to pay the penalty fine because you know Seth's not paying it.
Kirsten pulls up in her car and says she hopes Sandy "didn't do anything too extravagant." Seth and Ryan laugh at her naÃ¯vetÃ©, and then Sandy pulls up in a big ol' mail truck with the hugest little boy grin on his face. He got her a mail truck for her birthday. I would have preferred a male truck, full of hot guys without shirts on. But Kirsten loves it. She won't love it so much when it's parked in front of their house and lowering property values for the whole street. But for now, she's happy. Well, as happy as Kirsten gets. Sandy also gives her an envelope -- her "real present." Inside it are round-the-world first class airplane tickets, courtesy of all those frequent flier miles Seth racked up when Summer was at Brown, I suspect. Kirsten says she can "top" this present. What an overachiever she is! She announces that she has cancer. Okay, no, actually, she pulls Sandy aside to talk to him "in private." Ryan and Seth exchange "I think they're about to go have sex" looks.
Inside, Kirsten tells him that she went to her doctor. Sandy looks stricken and asks if she's sick. "Yes," Kirsten answers. Sandy looks so scared and upset for the minute Kirsten cruelly takes before she continues, "but only in the mornings." She's pregnant and "everything's gonna change." "You're not kiddin'," Sandy says. He's thrilled. They hug. Aww. I hope they have a girl and name it Sethette.
And at Kirsten's party, Kaitlin is having a typical fifteen-year-old conversation with BULLIT: "and then Brad was like, 'oh no,' and I was like 'oh yeah.'" Hee. Kaitlin had so much potential, it's a shame this show is going off the air before we got a chance to realize it. BULLIT lectures that those fake emails Kaitlin wrote him, especially the last one, were "a little frisky... a little inappropriate," and if I were him, I'd have already made an agreement with her when she told me about it to never speak of that again. But he doesn't even seem the least bit embarrassed. Kaitlin apologizes and BULLIT says he still wants to marry Julie even if she doesn't miss his butt. At this point, Julie sits down and officially rejects BULLIT's proposal. Ouch. Kaitlin starts to leave, but Julie tells her to sit back down. She continues that she needs to know BULLIT better before she'll agree to marry him, and she's willing to do that. Hopefully, she can "grow to love" him. BULLIT is thrilled, but, BULLIT, man... you're a billionaire. No one, no matter what his income, should settle for someone who can only hope to "grow to love" him. But especially not a billionaire. Anyway, Kaitlin's really happy too, and that's pretty much why Julie did this. It's always nice when we can do something selfless that also nets us billions of dollars, isn't it, Julie? They all hug.