"No phone, no television, and no going out. And you're grounded until you prove to me that you're capable of responsibility." Gwen is tearing Ethan a new asshole. Boy, that sucks. He's not allowed to go out and he's grounded, as well. Way harsh, Gwen. No more Faith, either. "Just be thankful that Jenny's alive." He didn't force any narcotics or hooch into her gullet, so that's a little too much, if you ask me. She slams the door behind her to find Jack praising her parenting skills. She partly blames herself for being up in Santa Barbara indulging in her own romantic fantasies. Jack asks her what she needs. Besides a good bubble bath from the Victoria Principal skin-care program, all she needs now is rest.
Laurie laments to David that she can't tell Jenny about the two of them -- not now. David advises that they wait until she's stronger. "If we wait that long," Laurie responds, "we'll all be in rocking chairs." Bravo! That's a pretty good line. I didn't see that coming. They both hold onto each other for dear life. Jack walks in on the two and they quickly separate, embarrassed. Jack reminds them that Jenny's going to need them during recovery. He also wonders, rather suspiciously, whether either of them knows what sent her over the edge. You know, because she's been so stable in recent weeks. They deny knowing anything, but Jack appears unconvinced. He's sure they'll "find out sooner or later." Cue ominous music.
Laurie shows up at the hospital bearing flowers for Jenny. She wants to know what happened on the night of the accident. Besides the obvious, you mean? Jenny claims that she was at Pulse waiting for David and Laurie to quit having sex and show up. If anyone paid attention to last week's show, you heard Laurie acknowledging that it was David's night off. Anyway, Jenny just waited and waited. She even thought of going over to David's apartment. A black and white flashback reveals, of course, that she did, indeed, do just that. At this point, Mrs. Benzoate asks whether Aaron Spelling gets to make crap because of his past successes. I nod. She muses that it always seems like the same crap, too. She's very wise, my wife. Jenny tells Laurie that she closed the bar and fell off the wagon. She corrects herself: it was more like stepping into a warm shower. Oooh, you see what she's doing? What a little manipulator! Laurie starts to sweat a little. We don't actually see the sweat, but she makes that wipey gesture across her forehead. Jenny continues that she just went home after that. Another black and white flashback shows her entering David's bathroom. Laurie wants to know if Jenny tried to kill herself. Jenny counters by asking where David and Laurie were. More flashbacks appear as Laurie lies about going over the club's numbers in a coffee shop. Jenny voices her belief that David must be her guardian angel. And on that note