Julie meets 7 'n 7 for lunch and informs her that she's gotten most of the furniture moved into their new condo. 7 'n 7 offers to throw Julie a housewarming party, but Julie thinks 7 'n 7's incredible generosity is starting to become "a little creepy." And for that, Julie wins the "Most Astute Character" award. Not like she had any competition, but still, it's always nice to be recognized. 7 'n 7 insists, but Julie doesn't think anyone would come anyway: she lost her friends when she lost her money. They won't even look at her at her cardio class, although that might be more that they're trying to avert their eyes from Julie's braless workout than anything else. Maybe Julie should have cancelled her gym membership instead of selling off all of her and Marissa's bras. Priorities. 7 'n 7 says that she experienced the same social rejection after her first stint in rehab, although that might have had something to do with the fact that 7 'n 7 stole all of her friends' money (but not after spending twice as much for the elaborate con in the first place). 7 'n 7 got over it by throwing a party, which might explain why her first rehab visit wasn't her last. She urges Julie to do the same. They can hold a charity benefit, and Kirsten can help! Back at the Cohen house, Kirsten (sharing a fifteenth cup of coffee with Sandy) wonders why her ears are burning.
Marissa returns home to Summer, who invites her to dinner at the Cohens' tonight. Marissa promises to come after she finishes hanging out with Johnny on the beach. Marissa is still wearing that "shirt." I can't wait to see what happens to it when it meets a light ocean breeze.
Marissa finds a wetsuit-clad Johnny on the beach. He's taking a break from surfing, but Chili is still out there and Casey hasn't arrived yet, which conveniently leaves Marissa and Johnny alone together. They sit, and Marissa says that the ocean is so beautiful that she almost wishes she surfed. Johnny Olivers that surfing helped him deal with his sad past. Marissa asks him if he wants to talk about it, but Johnny would rather go get a sweatshirt from his car. Marissa says she'll call Summer while he's gone. Johnny asks Marissa if she's supposed to be somewhere else tonight. Marissa pauses, and then says no. Lame, Marissa.