At The Big House, Lady Heather is already in full-blown wedding-planning mode, wondering whether she should ask Diana Cohen for advice, since she's been married at least a half a dozen times. Kirsten wearily takes this in, until Lady Heather notices and asks why she's not excited. When Kirsten explains that it was a rough night, Lady Heather knowingly mimes throwing back a drink. Hee. Seth trudges into the room, and Kirsten wonders why he isn't asleep; he's all, "Because Summer's a slave driver?" He asks if Ryan came back yet from the hospital, and Lady Heather happily perks up, all, "Hospital?" Clearly she likes hearing the words "hospital" and "Ryan" in such close proximity. Kirsten is surprised that Lady Heather hasn't heard the news yet about Luke's wrapping his car around a telephone pole. She adds that it was just a few blocks from The Big House, and that Luke was drinking, which is "so unlike him." How would Kirsten know, exactly? Seth looks concerned as he watches Lady Heather's initial reaction, then annoyed as she suggests that the accident occurred because Luke never recovered from his humiliation over his father's outing. Seth nods and snipes, "Yeah, that must be it."
At The Lighthouse, Caleb sidles up to the bar, ordering Jimmy to pour him a Bloody Mary, since it's the last drink they'll serve. Sandy asks if that's it, and Caleb states, "No license. No opening. No restaurant." Jimmy resignedly adds, "No comeback." Sandy can't believe that "as big a bad-ass" as Caleb is, he couldn't do better.Caleb responds that he had no affect on Liquor Commissioner and tells Jimmy that he "sure know[s] how to piss people off." He suggests that Jimmy could even teach him a thing or two, which is really saying something. Jimmy suggests that Caleb seems awfully glib, and Caleb cryptically responds that everything happens for a reason. Sandy proposes that he at least feign some sensitivity for their misfortune, and Caleb's all, "You know what they say: 'One man's misfortune is another man's fortune.'" Jimmy marvels that he's never seen Caleb smile before, and Sandy adds, "I didn't know he had teeth." Caleb tells them to make themselves some drinks, because they should talk. Jimmy and Sandy exchange skeptical glances, and so do Piglet and I. Who else thinks Caleb didn't talk to Liquor Commissioner?