Ryan's doing some homework by the pool when Seth comes up and invites him to play videogames. Ryan says he's got too much homeschool to do, but Seth sees through that and guesses that Ryan has an "emotional thing" going on as well. Seth must be a freaking mindreader, because it's not like Ryan's usual blank expression indicated that anything special was going on. Seth takes a seat and says it's time for some "old-fashioned Seth-Ryan time," as fans of this show squeal in delight that it might just return to its former glory. Ryan tells Seth about overreacting "yesterday" (oh, it's tomorrow now. Okay) when he saw Marissa and a guy together, and now Marissa's mad at him. He's worried that he damaged her tenuous new friendships at public school, and possibly his relationship with her as well. Seth stands, and Ryan asks why Seth isn't giving him advice like usual. Seth tells him to call Marissa and apologize: "It's not rocket science." Then he makes fun of Ryan for being homeschooled.
Looking way too skinny, Summer dips a twig-leg into her pool and asks Marissa why she isn't going to the public-school dance. Marissa would rather not, since she's now a public-school pariah. Plus, Marissa doesn't think Ryan would be too thrilled with her going to a dance without him, considering how upset he was when he saw her talking to a guy before. And this public school, apparently, doesn't let you invite outsiders to their dances. Marissa's phone rings. It's Ryan.
As they both hang out by their respective ginormous private pools, Ryan and Marissa apologize to each other. Marissa's very understanding of Ryan's outburst, and Ryan invites her out to the movies tonight, promising to beat up the usher to get them some free Milk Duds. Marissa should really jump on that, considering that, as a member of the nouveau-poor, free food is always a bonus. But she just says she has a lot of homework to do, although she's sure she'll need a break at some point.
Kirsten shows up at the Yacht Club, and she and 7 'n 7 hug hello. They both tell each other how fabulous they look, and 7 'n 7 chalks that up to their time by the lake. Kirsten agrees, saying what a shame it is that everyone can't stay there after rehab. 7 'n 7 can't believe her luck, since this gives her an easy segue into the reason she wanted to see Kirsten: she wants to set up some kind of post-rehab hangout spot like their Cabin of Love, and she realized that Kirsten "has" to be involved with it. She just needs Kirsten to give her a "couple million" to start. 7 'n 7 is putting up the rest and assuming all the risk, and she's sure they'll turn a profit within a few years, because the rehab industry is freaking lucrative. Crackheads are loaded. Kirsten says she'd love to, but that she doesn't have a couple million to invest in anything, since Caleb left her with nothing. 7 'n 7 tries to conceal her bitter disappointment and says she thought things were great after the will reading. Kirsten says they were -- with her husband and kids. But not monetarily. And not really with her kids, either, since I'm assuming she recently found out about the whole thing with Ryan almost getting killed by his brother and then getting arrested for attempted murder and all that fun stuff. 7 'n 7 recovers and asks if they can still work something out, maybe having Newport Group as a "silent partner." Kirsten says it'll be a very silent partner indeed, since the company will cease to exist in a few weeks' time. 7 'n 7 accuses Kirsten of liquidating the company to erase all signs of her father and put the past behind her. She says it won't be that easy. Kirsten thinks.