Later, everyone's leaving as Peter and Nina stand by the door saying their goodbyes. Money-Suit Geek mentions something to Peter about going to a baseball game, and Peter totally gives him the "maybe" blow-off. On Kimberly's way out, she thanks Nina, who hugs her when she gets all tongue-tied. "It was the least we could do," Peter adds. Shut up, Peter. Go have sex with Sunny or something. Kimberly hugs him anyway. Nina leaves them to it, and goes over to Sunny. "Are you happy?" Nina asks her. "You should be." Sunny's all, "I guess it's only a million less than I should have, but same with you." How magnanimous. I suppose the important thing is that she's learned her lesson. Also important is the fact that Peter basically ignores her when she walks out past him. Ooh, that's going to sting for at least a third of a second.
Maggie's in the kitchen, gathering some scraps. Some tall blond waiter comes in and mocks her for it, and she comes right back at him: "Just because I won the lottery, I'm a cheapskate because I don't waste food?" The waiter says that he's kidding, because Maggie could get him fired nine hundred times over. He then offers his congratulations/condolences, which gets her attention. "I'll take enough over too much any day," he smugs. Maggie is totally fished in by this, and asks for his number. She gets it, written on her hand. Whatever.
Damien's out in front of Frankie's house, throwing rocks at her bedroom window. I don't know whether he's been there before, or if he just picked a window at random. Too bad they both don't have cell phones, in any case, as we just saw they did about a half hour ago. Frankie comes out, wondering what he's doing at her house at 10:00 PM. Damien invites her for a drive, but she can't since she has school tomorrow. "Can't you call one of your friends?" she asks. Damien says that they all have the same problem. "It's an epidemic," he "cracks." He suggests a walk, but Frankie says that her mom's home and is going to Arizona the next day. "So she totally ignores you unless she needs you for a deposition or you fit into her schedule?" Damien says, which is rather rude of him. He immediately apologizes, even though Frankie lets him off the hook. "She used to be a really good mom," Frankie says. "Before my dad left. And the money. It does weird things to people." Like Damien doesn't know. She asks him whether he ever thinks about going back home, and he flatly says no before leaving. "I ache for you," the soundtrack anvils as he slumps across her lawn to his sad, sad, bright red Viper that's almost two whole days old now.