The girls aren't as stupid as you might think. They noticed how weird Seth and Ryan were acting, but Summer cares more about finding Pancakes. She finds Pancake's heretofore unseen cage (I thought he lived in that stupid bag, although the cage isn't much bigger than that. For an animal lover, Summer sure doesn't seem to mind squeezing her rabbit into cramped living quarters), but it's open and Pancakes is gone.
Outside, Ryan explains to Seth that Taylor "has this thing about blood," and begs Seth not to freak out when he sees Ryan's wound. He pulls his shirt up to reveal a chuck of glass stuck in his side and asks Seth to tell him it's not that bad. "Dude, it's bad," Seth says. Yes, it is. Let Pancakes go, grab the girls, and go to a hospital.
But no, they're driving the Range Rover through the Balboa Wetlands and past the lifeguard tower on what Seth says is a shortcut to the hospital. Some shortcut -- it's over three seasons long! And, they're lost. Way to fucking go, Seth. I mean, really. Did he think the "H" on those blue signs stood for Hospital Not This Way? Ryan's less than thrilled, and he's all sweaty and dying. Seth makes this all about himself and how Ryan's dying is making him feel and then he runs over a tree branch in the road. He stops the car and checks it out (but not before fretting over being attacked by zombies) and finds a flat tire. So what? You can drive on a flat tire. It's not advisable and it will cause further damage to your car, but it's better than causing further damage to Ryan.
And over at on the new Ice Cream Island, Julie and Kaitlin are singing a semi-acapella version of "Night Moves," using ice cream cones as microphones. They finish, and Gary gives them nerdy applause and calls them "amazing!" Julie and Kaitlin giggle the compliment off, and Julie says she used to sing that song to Kaitlin when she was little and scared. She didn't sing that song to Marissa, though, because Marissa never had the ability to act scared. Gary thinks for a second and then asks if that song is appropriate for children. It is if they don't understand the lyrics! When I was two years old, I apparently did a pretty good version of "Cum On Feel The Noize." I'm not sure if that's an awesome part of my past or a shameful one. Julie shrugs and says it's the only song she knows the lyrics to besides "Pour Some Sugar on Me." Gary Dorkface proclaims that this night is like "summer camp with really hot camp counselors." What a creep. Julie says she's sure that someone like Gary must have quite a busy social life, so this can't possibly be the height of it. He doesn't, but he does have "one girl." She's "amazing," he says, and they're "thinking of taking it to the next level." Julie and Kaitlin realize that he's totally lying and probably hasn't even talked to the girl yet. They're right. Gary sucks. Go away, Gary. Julie and Kaitlin decide that while they're trapped with Gary, they might as well make him look cool. I know I like to spend my time adrift doing makeovers.