After Anna leaves, Summer has the Line of the Episode: "I don't think she's that smart. I think that she's dumb. She's got a dumb name and dumb hair." Then she seems to pass out, which Seth takes to be the perfect opportunity to tell her the truth, when he figures she won't be paying attention and won't remember it tomorrow. But when he tells her that he didn't get into Brown, she jumps up. Seth explains that he broke up with Summer so she wouldn't turn Brown down for him and then tried to get into Brown by talking up an admissions guy. Summer calls it the stupidest thing she's ever heard. And yet, it aired on network television over the course of several episodes. Seth finishes that he was hugging Anna because she may have gotten him into RISD, and Summer feels very stupid about everything -- especially that letter she know regrets leaving on Sandy's desk. But when she tries to warn Seth about it, she just barfs on his shoes. And they make up, but decide to kiss when Summer's mouth is cleaner.
Dr. Neil calls Sandy aside. His phone call was from a colleague who's heard rumors about Griffin's illegal activities, some of which involve Sandy. The board is going to suspend Griffin and move for a criminal investigation of Griffin and Sandy, even though Sandy's never done anything illegal. And yet, he seems scared shitless.
Marissa drinks on the pier. She does not get arrested for breaking open container laws. Boo.
Ryan sits down next to Theresa, who tells him not to worry about Marissa, because she senses that Marissa is stronger than she used to be. Okay, Theresa. Theresa thinks that Ryan has gotten stronger, too, and kept a great handle on his temper by not beating the crap out of Volchok. One thing that hasn't changed about Ryan, though, is his inability to dance. Ryan denies this, and even does some dance moves almost entirely off-camera to illustrate what a good dancer he really is. Thanks for depriving us of what looked like it was a genuinely nice moment there, editors. Then they look at each other and decide that they probably shouldn't get involved with each other again. Right as they move in to kiss, there's a horrible shriek.
It's Taylor Townsend doing her best B-movie horror film starlet impression. What's wrong? Well, the five thousand dollars she was going to use to pay for the after-party has been stolen out of her purse. Ryan tells her not to call the police because he knows where that money is. I'd say it could be anywhere; Taylor Townsend stupidly left her purse unattended for the entire night and we never saw Volchok actually take the money out of it.