Back from commercial, Chili's party is apparently over, leaving Ryan, Summer, Chili, and Marissa to comfort Johnny. Chili thinks Johnny should go find Volchok and get the crap beaten out of him. Great plan, Chili. Shut up. Johnny says he wants to be alone. He leaves, and there's a knock at the door. Marissa answers it, because it's most dramatic if she does so even though this isn't her house and Chili's standing right there. It's Casey. She wants Marissa to know she's not a "terrible person"; she just saw where Johnny and Marissa's relationship was headed. Also, Volchok is way hotter than Johnny. "It's not even like that," Marissa says. Casey says it totally is: Johnny is falling in love with Marissa, and Casey didn't want to stand around and wait to get hurt. Someone needs to clue Ryan in on this line of thinking. It would be especially great if Ryan hooked up with Casey. Chili runs in and announces that Johnny has disappeared, probably to go after Volchok.
Julie and 7 leave the restaurant. Julie has one "teensy" question for 7: "Who the hell are you?" Confronted with Julie's credit-card discovery, 7 lamely says that there must be a "misunderstanding." Julie says she has heard and told every lie in the book, so 7 might as well save some time and tell her the truth. 7 says she was never going to hurt Julie, since Julie doesn't have any money to steal. Julie says that's a total load, since throwing a party and skipping town with all the charity money and leaving Julie to deal with the fallout would be pretty harmful indeed. I still want to know why Julie even had to be part of this plan, since 7 only needed Kirsten to get the party going in the first place. Then again, I really, really don't understand why 7 invested all this money in going to SURIAK and buying a four-room beachfront condo for a crappy payoff of a few thousand charity-function dollars. 7 breaks it down for Julie: she and Julie can go through with the charity function, split the proceeds, and none of the function invitees will be any the wiser. Plus Julie will be "rich" again. She'll be able to buy a sweet dollhouse with those thousands. Probably not a real house, though. "I'm not a criminal," Julie says. 7 points out that if Julie wants to support her family, she'll have to be one sooner or later. The choice is hers. I don't see how Julie would think it was better to scam a bunch of people out of their money than accept a loan from Kirsten for the condo.