Anna's cell phone rings. She gasps at this, because EVERYTHING elicits some kind of over-the-top reaction from Anna. If she's in Pittsburgh, which is three hours later than Newport, shouldn't she be, like, in school right now? Or is it 4 in the morning in Newport and, therefore, only 7 in Pittsburgh? Those kids wake up so early! Seth is calling, and he tells Anna that Summer rejected his stupid pancake olive branch. Anna says that this is all her fault, since Anna believes that the universe revolves around her. You're not Marissa, Anna. Stop thinking like her. She urges Seth to tell Summer the truth about Brown and how he didn't get in, but Seth says he can't. After promising Summer that he'd never lie to her again, he doesn't think she'll forgive him if he confesses that he lied to her one more time. Guess you should have thought of that before you opened your lying mouth, eh, Seth? Seth sighs that he has given up on trying to get back with Summer and rings off, because if he's not talking to Anna about Summer, then he has nothing to say to her.
Over in the Cohen Mansion of Poorly-Established Marital Strife, Sandy is acting like that whole toast to him turning into Caleb thing Kirsten did never even happened. Instead, he asks Kirsten what's going on with their sons and prom weekend. Kirsten replies that it doesn't seem like anything is going on, since Ryan, and maybe Seth, is single, as well. Sandy thinks they should try to convince Seth and Ryan not to miss this "milestone" of their teenage years, which, by the way, prom definitely is not. Especially, I'd think, for a group of kids who dress up all fancy for events like this several times a year. Kirsten asks Sandy when he's planning on talking to them, and he asks her whether she was planning on doing it in a more private location this time. Kirsten apologizes for that, but says that it at least got him to listen. Even though it obviously didn't, since he's still happily going about his life pretending that everything is fine. And that's what he'd prefer to do for the next few months until Seth and Ryan leave the house for college, after which they can decide "how best to proceed." Whoa! Sandy's ready to get divorced now just because of one ill-advised retirement party toast? Kirsten almost tells him about how she lost her shit and drank after the party, but chickens out.
The kids have finally arrived at school, where Taylor Townsend tracks Summer down to hand her her prom tickets and collect the fifty-dollar donation for the "rager" of an after-party she's planned for the Bait Shop. I imagine it will be; that place really rocked out when Johnny's funeral thing was there. Summer says that she won't be going to the prom despite her Prom Queen victory last year, but Taylor Townsend has other ideas: she even got Summer a date! Sung-Ho -- who Taylor Townsend says is "wonderfully hairless" (because Asians are hairless) and is "like hooking up with a seal" (because Asians feel like marine mammals) -- has a cousin named Young-Na, visiting from Seoul, where he is a huge Korean pop star. Meanwhile, PETA members aren't sure whether they should write letters of complaint or praise to the show after that seal sex line. Taylor Townsend is pleased to report that Young-Na is also a model and has had some anime (because Asians love anime!) characters "based" on him. Thus, I am expecting Young-Na to have gigantic eyes, almost no nose, and a mouth that is capable of exceeding the parameters of his face when necessary. Should be interesting. But Summer wants no part in this...until Taylor Townsend points out that it will make Seth feel like crap to see her with someone else.