90210 (2008–2013): Season 4, Episode 2 - Rush Hour - full transcript

In an effort to re-gain her status, Naomi rushes a popular sorority, where she, along with Annie go through sorority games. Annie finds out a shocking secret about new guy Jeremy that could affect her future. Liam decides to keep the bar he bought on a whim and has a surprise guest from Alaska come into town, while Dixon finds an unlikely roommate in country boy Austin, which could lead to trouble. The search for Navid's sister Leila forces Navid and Silver to enlist in Adrianna for help, much to the dismay of Silver.

Previously on "90210":

This is the place!

I'm sorry, it's too late. An offer's
been made. I'm buying this house.

What do you say to an extra
half a million dollars? What?!

Hey, congratulations.
You got yourself a deal.

Will you marry me?


This is a private party. No hillbillies
allowed. My new roommate invited me.

(over bullhorn): Police. Nobody move.

No, you want to hide pot from the cops.
You don't want to throw it in the... fire.

OFFICER: Whose narcotics are these?

No, they're not. They're yours.

My senior year in high school.
I told Mom a million times how

important that is to me. Maybe
she'll let me stay with you.

Pull this crap again, and I will put
you on a plane to Switzerland and so fast..

I hate both of you!

Leila! She ran away.

Spent all summer on a fishing boat.

This is the first
real money I ever made.

My check--
where's my check?

Morning, boss.


♪ ♪



C.U. really takes the
Pledge Week stuff seriously.

Who would volunteer to
humiliate themselves like that?

Hey, Naomi Clark, you suck!




swallowing a tank full of goldfish

is much better than being
the most hated girl on campus.

You got to admit, you kind of earned it.

I mean, your party
got busted by the cops,

the dean banned all student
social events for the next month

and the football captain
tested positive for pot

because of the contact high
he got from your bonfire. Boo!

Football season's basically over.

You know what we need
to do? Join a sorority.

Yeah, why start college with
one ounce of dignity left?

It will be fun. It will
position us socially.

I've always wanted to join a sorority.

It's like a sisterhood for life.

Yeah, a sisterhood with

a bunch of people I
don't know or care about.

Okay, do you know who
the cute frat boys date?

Cute girls who are in sororities.

Do not be such a snob.

I have a feeling I'm really
going to regret this, Naomi,

but, fine, which one do we join?

Oh, we're going straight to the top.

Kappa Lambda Eta.

They're known for the hottest
girls, wildest parties.

It is the best house on campus,
and it is where we belong.


Hey, Dixon. I was going to
make pancakes, but you guys

don't have any eggs or milk

or pancake mix. Seriously, Ade...

I know what you're going
to say, but it's no trouble.

(whistling "Dixie")

Oh, hell no. You better
not be whistling "Dixie."

Hey! Good morning.

Hey, last night was, uh, was fun.

Yeah. But I actually
got to head to class.

But, hey, don't feel like you
got to rush out of here. Really?

Yeah. Yeah, totally.



I guess I'm going to go
hop in the shower. Yeah.



Dead man walking.

What the hell happened last night?

You mean before or after

your humiliating proposal to my sister?

That's... After. I left
you drowning your sorrows,

at that old beach bar. Why?

Oh, I don't know-- I
think I bought the place.

Are you serious?

Yeah. (laughing)

This is hilarious.

No, this is not hilarious.

We got to find that old
man and get my money back.

Dude, as much as I would love to,

I... I can't.

DJ 526 just hooked me
up with this big meeting.

Juice Randall.

You don't know who Juice Randall is?

Been on a boat all summer.

Was that boat in a
cave, on another planet,

in a black hole? Dude, he's only

one of the hugest
producers on the East Coast.

Look, I got to finish
these tracks for Juice,

just to prove that I didn't give
up going to college for nothing.

Yeah, you know what, you're right.

That's as important as me

losing $25,000!


This money is all I have, man.

I got to get it back,
or else I'm going to be

sleeping on your couch
for the rest of my life

and you're never going to get
those tracks done. Okay, all right.


We can go get it.

But after that, I have
to get this music done.

No more distractions.

Hey, Liam. Hey.

Was that real, or am I still drunk?

NAVID: Hey, Mom, what's up?

Hey, honey, I need to talk to Leila.

Oh, you want to-- you want
to speak to Leila? Uh...

Well, Mom, uh, the truth is... (banging)

Leila is...

in the shower. Oh, she
is? Okay, make sure...

Yeah, I'll tell her you called.

Okay. I love you, too.

Great. Now I'm lying to my parents.

How am I going to tell them
that I lost their daughter?

Technically you didn't
lose her. She ran away.

How is that better?

Check this out.

This is Leila's Twitter feed.

She's updated it five
times in the last hour

so wherever she is, I
think she's probably fine.

Unless, of course, you consider tweeting

"hashtag I heart Bieber" a problem.

No, you're right. She's probably fine.

She is fine. Trust me.

I used to pull this move
on Kelly all the time.

So we're just supposed
to go on with our lives?

We're not going to go looking for her?

Um, I'm not going to look for her,

you know, 'cause she's not missing.

So... What are you doing?
Where are you going?

Uh, I'm going to go cover
for you at the office.

So you can stay here and
focus all of your energies

on the rescue effort.

Good luck.

I believe in you.

Look, give him his money
back or we'll tell the cops

that you've been serving underage kids.

Oh, okay, take it easy.

He can have his money back.


Look, I'm not trying to screw anybody.

I'm just kind of surprised.

You were so set on buying this place.

I've seen guys crying in their beer,

but never like that before.

Oh, you were talking about your summer

and going on
about some girl--

I think you said her name was Jane.


(laughing) Jane? No, I
think you meant Annie.

Dude, how drunk were you last night?

I don't know, man.

You kept saying buying this place
would help you move on from your past

and make sure you never went back.

You know, um, I don't think my friend

was in his right mind last night.

So, uh,

you know, just-just
give us the money back

and we'll be on our way.

I'll get him his check.


Keep the check.

I want the bar.

Uh... (nervous chuckle)

Uh, Liam, one minute
you're proposing to Annie,

the next you're buying a bar?

When are you going to tell
me what's really going on?

Nothing's going on.

Liam, seriously.

What happened this summer, man?

Summer's over. I'm keeping the bar.


So as a member of Tau Pi Nu,

you got any advice for a pledge?

Yeah, don't fall asleep.

I made that mistake. My frat brothers
nailed my face with permanent marker.


Here you go. That'll be $6.80.

Thanks. Oh, I got it.

Actually, I don't got it.

I forgot my wallet.

Don't worry about it.

Here you go.

Are you sure? I feel like an idiot.

Oh, please. You're giving me

all this vital knowledge.
It's the least I can do.

Okay, in that case, let me
tell you how I got revenge

for that little marker incident. Oh.

You're here... still.

Hey, what's that smell?


I bought a few things.

I mean, this place is nice,
but it needed a woman's touch.

Don't you think?


I-I mean, I mean...

no, I didn't, until now.

Is Dixon even around?

I don't...
Dixon, you home?

(stammers) Navid, hey.


Um, Dixon's gone.

(softly): At least somebody is.

Uh, okay. Well, can you tell Dixon,

I just... I just came by to hang out?

And, uh, maybe hit
the mall or the beach.

Wait, the mall?

Do you plan on going to the food
court and reading comic books?

Uh... I'm looking for Leila.

She's missing.

Oh, no. What happened?

We had a fight about her
bringing you to Naomi's party,

and, uh, she ran away.

I-I should have known better
than to go to that party.

I feel terrible.

I really wish that I
could help you find her.

Call her friends.

Um, remember Jenny,

with the freckles?

She and Leila were pretty close.

Jenny, yeah, yeah.

That's a good idea.

Thanks for your help.

Of course.

NAOMI: Here we are.

So do you think the
flowers are a bit much?

We have to look classy

if we want to get a bid from Kappa.

Freshly picked from Mrs. Rosen's garden.

You know that it is possible
she wasn't the neighbor

that called the cops? Oh, it was her.

Underneath that lovely
housecoat is a total bitch.

How was your date with Jeremy?

It wasn't a date. We just got coffee.

He didn't buy you dinner?

No. Actually I paid.
He forgot his wallet.

(clearing throat) Gold digger alert.

First you're buying
their coffee--

then you're charging their
Porsche to your black card.

Trust me, when you're loaded,

boys just come out of the woodwork.

Thanks for putting that in my head.

Would you look at some of these gals?

We're so in. Let's divide and conquer.

What? No, I...

I prefer strength in numbers.


Hi. I'm Bree.


I love your dress.

Well, thank you.

Yeah. Why don't I show you around?

Okay. Awesome.


Naomi Clark.

Aren't you the girl who threw

that party last night?

You know what they
say-- go big or go home.

Good idea.


Show a little hospitality.

Remember our motto--
"Sisterhood above all else."

After what she did?

Margo, I think your
unibrow's growing back.

Did you forget you
tweezers in Shaker Heights?

I am so sorry about that.

They get so aggressive on Bid Night.

I try to tell them to eat less red meat.

(both laugh)

Hi, I'm Holly.

Hi. Naomi...

Clark. I know.

I suppose everyone knows.

Yes, but don't worry about it.

Aside from the drug bust,

your party sounds like
it was pretty legendary.

The kind of party a
Kappa would throw. Really?

Definitely. And if it
makes you feel any better,

I had a pretty rough week
my freshman year, too.

I drank too much and threw
up at the football game.

They caught the whole thing
on the Jumbotron, then played

it backwards so the vomit
was going back into my mouth.

Oh, my... That took a
couple weeks to live down.

But thank God college isn't
anything like high school.

This stuff doesn't
follow you around forever.

Thank you.

No problem.

(sighs) So...

what does a girl have to
do to get a bid around here?

Uh, well, it helps if you suck up

to the sorority president...

Okay. ...moi.

(laughs) Okay.

You know what? Every year

I take a pledge under my wing

and I make her my Little Sister.

What do you say?

I say yes.


Welcome to Kappa.

LIAM: Sure, it looks bad now,

but with a little
work, it could be great.

Just gotta figure out where to start.

Yeah, how about starting
with a tetanus shot?

I'm serious. I'm gonna, uh...

get some old surfboards to hang up here.

Maybe build a stage over here.

Get some live bands to play.

Yeah, that's good for you.

Still sounds like a lot of work.

Oh, hey, speaking of,
aren't you working on

those tracks for Juice or Fruit...?

Randall. Yeah.

(laughs) Yeah, but it's impossible

to get any work done with
Adrianna still there, so...

Ooh. Maybe I could help.

You know, I can beatbox, right?

(beatboxing) Stop. No, no.

No, no, no. Stop, stop, stop, stop!

I'm gonna get some surfboards. Cool.



Excuse me.

I'm looking for Liam Court.

Um, actually, he'll be right back.

Hi, I'm Dixon.

My name's Jane.

So, there actually is a Jane.

How do you know Liam?

We were friends in Alaska.

What are you doing here?

I wanted to see you.

Uh, I'll let you two catch up.

It was great to meet you.

Nice to meet you.

So, I talked to your boat captain.

Jane, why are you here?

You left without saying good-bye.

You disappeared.

I was worried.

Worried enough to come 2,000 miles?

You and Jim were so close.

You're the only person
besides me who really knew him.

And you're the only one

who really understands the loss I feel.

What you and I are feeling
is... is not the same thing.

Liam, please talk to me.

There's something I never told you

about that night on the boat.

I was supposed to be working,

but I was sick,

so Jim offered to cover for me.

That's when the accident happened.

The siren woke me up.

And when I got up top,
that's when they...

that's when they told me he was gone.

See, that should have been me.

Jim took my place that night.

Your husband is dead because of me.


Any word on Leila?


Well, like you said, uh,
she'll turn up eventually.

Actually, she stopped
updating her Twitter feed

a few hours ago.

Uh, not that I'm worried, but... Okay.

...she's showing a lot more
willpower than I ever did.

So I-I'm texting her every 30
seconds till I flush her out.

(text alert sounds) It's
a... it's a text from Leila.

Oh, thank God.

Worked like a charm.

It's a video.

Navid, they want $50,000.

And they said get the money ready

and-and don't go to the police.

(sobbing): Please help
me! I'm really scared!


NAVID: God, I don't
even know where the hell

I'm gonna get $50,000.

I mean, things are tight at the studio.

We can't call the cops.

I mean, they said don't call
the cops, so what do we do?

Do we call the cops?

Calm down, all right?

Don't you think this is a little weird?

Compared to what?

Compared to the kidnappings
I'm used to dealing with?

Come look at this video.

Leila, she's got an empty yogurt
cup in the trash beside her.

Wherever she is,

she's not exactly being
tortured, you know?

And everybody knows
the Shirazis are loaded.

These guys ask for 50
grand? I'm not buying it.

Why, because that would
mean you were wrong,

that we should've been
looking for her hours ago?

Okay, you're right, you
know? I should not have looked

at this and taken it so lightly,

but let's just stay calm and
we're gonna look at the facts.

The facts are, Silver, my
sister's been kidnapped!

You know, I can't believe

you're still not taking this seriously.

Even Adrianna offered to help!

Wait. What?

When did you talk to Adrianna?

She was at Dixon's when
I went looking for help.

Ade didn't blow it off.

No, at least she cares.
Ever since my sister's

been missing, you've been
acting like it's no big deal.

Maybe you'd get it if your
family was ever around.

Yeah, maybe I would.

(box thuds)

(door opens, closes)

Congratulations, ladies, you
are now probationary members.

In order to become full-fledged Kappas,

you have to pass the
three Trials of Fire.

That doesn't sound so good.

It weeds out the
losers. Just go with it.


(laughs) Very good.

Very nice!

Ew! Okay, I'm done.

Nice. You really sold that one.

Well, he's my favorite president.

Well, that is the completion
of trial number one.

That was pretty easy.

Well, we're gonna be sisters for life.

I don't want you to hate my guts.

Here, I brought you mouthwash.

Oh, thank you. (both laugh)

All right, Little Sister,
here is your first trial.

No problem.

♪ ♪

♪ ♪



Oh, my God!



Really... funny.

What else you got?

No problem.

There you are.

What do you want?

I need your help.

I'm pledging Kappa.

Of course you are.

Yeah, you'll fit in great

with the rest of them
stuck-up princesses.

Thank you.

My second Trial of Fire is to have

a candlelit, gourmet
meal with a farm animal.

And since I loathe the thought

of having dinner with
you, I need your pig.

Ah, now why would I
let you borrow Faulkner?

'Cause it was your stupid
pot that got me in trouble

in the first place. You owe me.

Fine, fine.

But he's at a farm in Topanga,

because my place isn't big enough.

Just tell them I sent
you, all right? Good.

Thank you. Hey, you know,

maybe your parents
aren't directly related.

They're just second
cousins or something.

Hey, uh, if you want Faulkner to behave,

try playing some opera, okay?

He loves Rossini.

Rossini. Got it.

Hey, Dix, Dix, man, I got...

What the hell was that?!

Um, Adrianna.

Is she still here? Yeah. She moved

some of the furniture. Better feng shui.

You should see what she's
doing with your room.

Dude, when are you gonna
tell her to leave? Me?

Yes, you. Why would I do that?

Because, man, she came here
to see you in the first place.

It was all you, buddy. Okay, time-out.

Okay, if we're gonna be roommates,

there's gonna have to be some rules.

Like number one, keep
your smelly cowboy boots

away from anywhere there's food, okay?

Number two, don't be singing
your ballads of the Confederacy

in the bathroom. It's not cool.

And three, don't have sex
with random girls who show up

at the door in the middle of the night.

We didn't actually have sex, okay?

We just made out a
little and fell asleep.

That's all.

Man, who peed in your
grits this morning?

(chuckles) Uh, nobody.

I'm sorry, man.

I'm just stressed out about
this meeting with Juice.

And I just got some bad news
about my friend Liam's bar.

It turns out you actually
got to be 21 to sell liquor.

So now I got to go down there
and tell him that we might have

to turn the bar into a Chuck E. Cheese.

Well, hey, uh, your
buddy's not 21, but I am.

I'll sign his license.

Really? Really.

What's in it for you?

I get all the free beer I can drink.

And you get to tell Adrianna
to get out of our house, okay?

'Cause, hey,

I got twins coming over
later. Know what I mean?

NAOMI: Come on. Come on. There we go.

Come on, okay, okay, yes, good boy.

You are a real pain
in the ass, aren't you?

No, I don't want you here
anymore than you want to be here.

Aw, you are just like your daddy.

Not on my tile! Oh!


Come on! Okay. Oh... (Faulkner grunting)

All right, Faulkner.

Good pig.

You like opera.

Rossini, I believe it is.

("William Tell Overture"
plays) (squealing)

Oh, no, no, no, no!

No, Faulkner!

No, no!

Stop! Wait! No! No!


Don't get any ideas.

I'm here for Navid. It's about Leila.

Is she still missing?

Apparently, she's been kidnapped.

What? Not that I believe that

for a minute.

But you seem to know crazy,
psycho behavior better than I do.

And you know who she
hangs out with, so...

Maybe you can figure out where she is.

LEILA: Navid.

They want $50,000. They
say "Get the money ready,

"and don't go to the police."

There's a reflection
in that glass table.

Looks like a blue sky,
with, white puffy clouds.

Do you remember

that we used to go to after school?

What was it called?

Marcy's. Yeah.

Yeah, we spent hours there.

And the walls were
painted just like that,

and I took Leila there a few times.

Oh, wait... they went out of business.

They went out of business? No way.

I know. Best French tips ever.

For sure. They were amazing.

Silver, wait.

What you said the other night,

about feeling like you
wanted to end it all...

I never knew that things
got that bad for you.

And I can understand if
you can never forgive me.

I'm glad you understand that.

But if it is any consolation,

I felt so guilty

about the things that I did,

that I thought about it, too.

Even if that's true,

how am I supposed to believe you?

Or trust you, ever again?

♪ ♪

Oh, my God.

You are doing great.
You're totally nailing

these trials.

Two down, one to go.

Um... you do realize

the football team wants
to kill me right now?

You can do it. I have faith.

Holly, um... I don't want to
sound like I'm complaining.

At all.

But it would seem that my
trials are a little harder

than the other girls'.

That's because they are.

I didn't want to tell you this yet,

but I've got big you a Kappa.

And it's time to find the
girl who can lead the sorority

into the next era.

The Naomi Clark era.

I saw it in you from the moment we met,

but I just, I need to know
that you've got what it takes.

Starting with this.

I won't let you down.

So, how it go with Faulkner?

Look at you!

He hates opera.

He does. I know.

I know. Especially the
"William Tell Overture."


I, too, get... ornery!

Pow, pow, pow!

♪ ♪

Thought you were going back to Alaska.

Unlike you, I don't
leave wiothut saying good-bye

to me.
Thought you were going back to Alaska.

Liam... Jim is dead.

Even if it was your
shift, it's not your fault.

I should've been there.

That should've been me.

Do you really believe that?

If you came all this way to
tell me to not feel guilty,

it's not going to work.


I was thinking a. staying
in town for a while.

L.A.'s a tough town.

Maybe so.

But I have a friend here.

I was your husband's friend.

But all that time we spent together

after the accident...
I felt bad for you.

That's all.



Every time I see you,

You can't be a par

t of my life here, I...

I gotta move on.

Hey, Ade.

Listen, uh...

I was just leaving you a good-bye note.

I'm going home.

That's great!


No, I-I mean, 'cause,

you could do way better than Austin.

You're sweet, Dixon.

I mean, that's the reason I came
over here in the first place.

It's like...

When i lost Silver,
I lost everyone.

You're the only person
who doesn't look at me

like I'm pure evil.

I guess that's why I've been

hanging around, making
a nuisance of myself.

Oh, no, no. It's, it's...

It's fine.

Place looks nice.


I heard some of the music
you've been working on. Yeah?

Thank you.

It's harder than it looks.

Well, unless you steal someone's songs.

But I don't recommend it.

Yeah. (laughs) But seriously?

She keep working on it.

- You could totally make it.
- Thanks.

You welcome.

Hey, Ade?


I think I have an idea.

Some painting on the wall,
how'd you figure that out?

I didn't. It was Adrianna.

You went to Ade?

Don't worry about it.

But Silver, I don't know what to say.

Let's just hope she was
right, d Leila's okay. Hmm?

You know what?

I think she's fine.


I hope you're getting a tattoo
that says "grounded for life."

Navid. Thank God you found me.

Stop it, Leila. You,
you faked a kidnapping?

How could you do that? Whatever!

I figured it was the only
way you'd give me the money.

But why would you need $50,000?

For me and Darius.

Oh. Who the hell is Darius?

This guy? No.

Yo. I'm Darius.

What? How old are you?

He's 23.

And we're in love. Aren't we?

And we need the money

to open our own tattoo
parlor in New Mexico.

That's insane. We're going home.

No! You can't make me! You're not Dad!

Hey, you know what,
"bro"? You better back off

before I blind you with that needle.

Darius, I love you!

Please wait for me! Come on, let's go.

Hi. (sighs heavily)

Look, I though I made it
clear that we didn't...

Sorry. Thought you were

someone else.

What do you want? Um...

Dixon sent me.

Said you might be
looking for a waitress.

(scoffs) Wow, what is
Dixon smoking? Um...

I actually want this to be a place

that my friends like to hang out.

You're right. I told Dixon

it was a bad idea.

Thanks, anyway.


I'm sorry.


Come on. Let me get you a drink.

I don't really... drink anymore.

Well, that's good.

All I have is root beer.


Let me ask you something.

Why would you want to be
around a bunch of people

who know you anyway?

People who always...


...remind you of what you did.

I don't know.

I mean, I spent the whole summer

trying to forget about what happened.

I even went to Africa.

And then I realized that I

was really just running away.

So I decided to stop
running and face my guilt.

That probably doesn't
make any sense to you.

ANNIE: I had to make
out with Abe Lincoln,

and then I had to
perform the Jabberwocky

for a bunch of frat guys who
wouldn't stop laughing at me.

And now you have to kiss me
when the bell tower rings.

I don't know how stoked
I am that kissing me

is your third Trial of Fire. (giggles)

Okay, that's, uh, $7.75. Thank you.

Thank you. Oh!

You really didn't have to. No, I insist.

See, I really do carry a wallet like

a respectable person. Hm, good to know.

Now I can tell my friend
that you're not a gold-digger.

What's that all about?

Nothing. I shouldn't have said anything.

Well, that would imply that
there's some gold to dig.

Maybe I hit the jackpot.

You have a rich uncle or something?

No. Not quite.

Uh, she was a friend actually. Marla.

She left me some money when s passed.

Oh, well, you guys must
have been really close.

Yeah, we were.

We actually didn't know
ch other for that long.

But when I met her, I found
out that she had Alzheimer's,

and she was contemplating
committing suicide.

So I wanted to show her

why life was worth living.

I thought I had gotten
through to her, but...

she did it anyway.

Annie, you can't blame yourself.

It sounds like there was
way more going on than,

than you could have ever known.


Feels good to just...
say it out loud sometimes.

I'm glad you told me.

(bell rings)

I'm officially a Kappa! (chuckles)

And by the way, you are a much
better kisser than Abe Lincoln.

Thank you very much.

♪ ♪

She's gone? She's gone.

She's gone! She's gone! Thank God.


I love you, man.

I owe you one.

Hey, it's okay. I just...
I just have to get busy.

I have this meeting with
Juice Randall tomorrow

and I only have two tracks done.

I been staring at this freaking
computer program for hours.

I'm gonna have to pull an all-nighter,

and I'm already losing energy.

Oh, yeah?

That's no problem, man.
I can help you with that.

I got my, uh, ADHD
medication in here somewhere.

Here you go.

I've been prescribed
it since I was a kid.

You know, I just use it
to study now, but, uh,

that'll keep you alert and focused.

Gee, thanks.

Uh, but you know what,
I'm actually, uh, taking

this other drug right now;
it's called enthusiasm.


Suit yourself.

Good luck.

COACH: Keep it tight!

Keep it tight, guys!

Let's go again.

Since your QB's been smoking doobies,

you guys are gonna have
to work twice as hard

to beat the Bradleyville Panthers

on Friday night.

Condors suck!

The Condors suck!

It's the Panthers mascot.

Condors suck!

(players booing)

The Condors suck!



That's the girl that
got me busted for pot.

Let's get her! Did I say the Condors?

I meant the Panthers. They're
the worst football team ever.

Everyone knows that.

Oh, my God!

HOLLY: Bree, do you testify

that Annie Wilson has completed
the three Trials of Fire?

I so testify.

Annie, with the lighting of this candle,

I welcome you into Kappa Lambda Eta.

May the light of sisterhood

burn for all eternity.


That concludes our ceremony.

But Naomi's not here.

I know.

I'm really disappointed.

I had really high hopes for her,

but she didn't complete her third trial.

Yes, I did. (panting)

I did it.

And I got it all on video.

I'm in.

I'm sorry, but you're not.

What do you mean?


See, we've needed a
bigger house for years.

We begged our parents for donations,

we sucked up to the alumni, we
finally got the national council

to give us the rest of the money,

and the perfect house
came on the market.

It was all ours, and then
you came along and stole it.

You were the other bidder?

You had the audacity
to throw a huge party

the night we should've been moving in.

So you were the one who
called the cops. Guilty.

And you had me going through
hell, even though I never had

a chance to get into Kappa?


You bitch.

It was fun.

Don't take it so hard, Naomi.

Your house was perfect for
Kappa, but you never were.


LEILA (sobbing): I hate you! Leila...

"Back off, bro, before I
blind you with that needle."

Got to say,

that was kind of hot.

I'm sorry, Silver.

I was upset, but I shouldn't have,

shouldn't have taken it out on you.

I was upset, too.

I could've been, and I should've been,

way more understanding.

Can't believe you
went and talked to Ade.

Yeah, well,

maybe you were right.

I've never really been
close with my family.

My friends, they've
always been my-my family.

And it was one thing to lose Adrianna,

but I... I can't stand the
thought of losing you, too.

That's not gonna happen.

LEILA: I hate you, Navid!


Okay, well, I guess
she, uh, she found out

that we nailed the window shut.

What are we gonna do?


We can't keep her locked up forever.


How am I gonna keep
her away from that guy?

You're not.


She's your sister, you want
to protect her, I get it.

But trying to come
between a teenage girl

and the guy that she loves,
it's a no-win situation.




(keyboard plays)


I'm so screwed.


Uh, hey.

Excuse me. Hi.

Uh, do you know if
Jeremy's around anywhere?

Who's Jeremy?

He's in Tau. He's one of your brothers.

There's no Jeremy in Tau.

Oh. Uh, well, maybe I
have the wrong frat then.


Hey, cutie patootie.

Hey. How's it going?

Hmm, well, I spent the entire morning

apologizing to Old Mrs. Rosen.

Now I can get back to
doing what I do best.

I'm planning revenge
on that bitch Holly.

Oh. Yeah.

About that.

What she did was awful.

I'm gonna go drop out of Kappa.

No. No, no, you're not.

If I'm gonna destroy her,

which I am, I need
someone on the inside.

(cell phone ringing)

I'm serious.

I know you are.

Oh, it's my lawyer.


Okay, I'm on my way.

Marla's family wants to see me.

Good. Go get your money!


I am so sad and lonely

being the only one who's loaded.

What do you want?

Leave my sister alone.

Why should I?

We're in love.

I'll have you arrested
for statutory rape.

Oh, and I'm guessing a guy like
you already has a record. Right?

Go for it.

By the time you do though,

me and your sister will be long gone.

You will never see her again.

Look, buddy...

I know you don't love my sister, okay?

What is it you really want?

I would've settled for 50 grand.

But now that I know how
much you love your sister,

I want 75.



What are you doing here?

I'm here to protect my family.

Your family?

You knew my grandmother was suicidal

and you didn't tell anyone.

You're responsible for her death,

and I'm gonna make sure

you don't get a penny
of the inheritance.

Just so we're clear, this is a loan.

We're not going into business together.

Of course not.

It's a loan.

Thank you.

Be honest, after some of the things

I said to you the other day,
I thought you might say no.

We're family, Navid.

And family should never say no.

What are you doing here?

You made it pretty clear you
never wanted to see me again.

Yeah, I just needed
to tell you the truth.

You are a reminder of
what happened this summer.

But not just the accident.

I was supposed to be comforting

my friend's wife...


Instead, I started falling for her.

God, I've been hating myself ever since.

And I know that we can never
be together, and I just...