Kirsten's culinary efforts have extended to include quiche, which she is making for her and Sandy's lunch. Sandy's pleased with that, but not with the Newport Group, which has really suffered from Caleb's financial woes. They've got six weeks before they have to default on their loans, but Sandy says there's still time to save the company if Kirsten wants to sell off some assets and work really hard. The other option is to just sell the company off and wash her hands of it. Sandy says he'll support either decision Kirsten makes, because he's perfect like that. Kirsten says, "It's time to let it go." Also going is that quiche, which has probably burned to a crisp by now.
Summer enters Dean Evil's office and confesses to helping Seth steal the tiki hut. In fact, she actually did all the heavy lifting because "noodle-arms" couldn't. Seth and Summer are totally in luv 4eva! Dean Evil says that Summer's record is now darkened with the stain of prop purloining, and he really can't let her stay on as Social Chair. Oh, please. I got suspended from school for a week, and I still got to stay in the honor society. But then, I did go to public school, where the guitars have distortion and the minorities don't have lines. Summer catches on that her replacement will most likely be Taylor Townsend, and Dean Evil evilly says he'll take Summer's recommendation under consideration.
Julie stops by the Newport Group to get as much mileage as the producers can out of those sets before they're gone forever, and asks Sandy if the Newport Group can give a former officer a personal loan. It turns out that's illegal, and that the company's about to be put out of existence in a few weeks anyway. Julie's surprised that "it's all really ending," but turns down Sandy's offer of financial help from the Cohen bank account, saying that she only needed the loan for "convenience" so that she could put a down payment on a house on the beach that doesn't actually exist.