Marissa runs out of the gym. FakeRyan, FakeSummer, and FakeSeth follow her out, because who doesn't want a new friend with Issues, right? They console her, and Johnny says that "public-school kids -- all kids, really -- they're like dogs. They smell fear." It's easier to smell fear in public school, where they don't have those gold-plated air fresheners. Dennis says that, also like dogs, kids like frisbees. Shut up, Dennis. Shut up, Johnny. Shut up, Casey, even though you didn't say anything. They tell Marissa to go back in the gym and just act like no one is looking at her, and the public-school kids will move onto their next victim.
Seth and Summer head into their school dance, which is so totally better than the public school one that it's not even funny. No, really, it's not funny. This show is boring the shit out of me. Seth tells Summer that her dance is "incredible," and that it's like she brought the beach and the ocean into Harbor. He calls Summer a "human tsunami." Too soon, Seth. Too soon. Taylor Townsend comes to the mic and introduces herself by first and last name, because a small school like Harbor where everyone supposedly knows everyone else's business needs such information. Taylor Townsend then proceeds to take credit for all of Summer's hard work -- ha! -- and calls Dean Evil to the stage, without whose help this dance never could have happened. Summer wants blood. Seth holds her back. "This really is the End of Summer," Taylor Townsend says as she looks directly at Summer. Seth has to admit that Summer "set herself up" for that one. By having parents who named her after a season, I guess.
Over at the Seedy Motel, 7 'n 7 and Flower Delivery Man are very upset that their master plan to spend thirty thousand dollars on rich-people rehab and find a mark to swindle millions of dollars out of didn't work. Guess you should've made more than one friend there, 7 'n 7, and like, not made your only friend the day before you checked out. Idiot. 7 'n 7 says she will "find a way" to "use" Kirsten, and the pair makes out. Looks like 7 'n 7 isn't a les 'n bian after all. She's still evil, though. What'd it take, four episodes for us to see what her diabolical plan was? And for all that build-up, it didn't even work.
Kirsten looks at an old picture of her and her dad. Sandy comes in and asks Kirsten when she started stashing oregano in the Newport Group offices. I don't think that's oregano, Sandy. And I don't think Kirsten was planting an herb garden before, exactly. It does explain why she's been so mellow since she got back from rehab, though. Kirsten came over to take a trip down memory lane. She looks at a picture of the first property she convinced her father to buy and restore. It was her first project. Kirsten whines some more about she could never live up to her father's expectations. Sandy asks her if she wants to keep the company after all. Kirsten says she just needed to say goodbye. Sandy proposes that they have a dinner picnic, and holds up a pic-a-nic basket full of Perfect Man goodies.