"At the end of the day, I can't change, I can't make you un [sic] my sister," he says, adding that in the past he would have if he could. "That's like, the most, like, hurtful thing..." says Stephanie, but Spencer's nowhere near finished. He says as long as she's hanging with that posse, he wants nothing to do with her. If Stephanie thinks perhaps he's not being straight up, that's a mistake on her part, because, as he puts it, "That's, like, straight up."
Over at People's Revolution, Kelly informs Whitney that she fired Jessica, because there's a vision and a standard that Jessica wasn't meeting in terms of attention to detail, and she offers a wide-eyed Whitney Jessica's job. It's a bi-coastal job, Kelly tells her, saying she'll have to come to New York to shadow Kelly and go to business meetings and bring the "voice from New York" back to L.A. And Whitney needs to work on her delegating, which Whitney promises she is.
Over at FIDM, Stephanie blows into class and apologizes, not for not telling Spencer not to be a dick at the party, but just for the fact that he showed up. And Lauren does that pretend-it's-no-big-deal-while-acting-pissed thing that women are expert at. Stephanie says she's stopped caring, and she and Spencer didn't talk at the party after that. She neglects to bring up Spencer's Douchebag Ultimatum at her apartment. "It just wasn't sincere or genuine," she says. "Is it ever, though?" asks Lauren. Stephanie says it used to be. "Things change," says Lauren. Stephanie says she didn't "betray [Lauren's] trust," though, whatever that means. Lauren bitchily says it's no secret all her friends say she shouldn't trust Stephanie, "and you just set them back on that rampage." Yes, Lauren. Because Spencer came to his sister's party.
Happy fucking birthday, Stephanie.