LC, Lo and Audrina are having a girls' night out at Goa (1615 N. Cahuenga Blvd.) to celebrate Lauren's A+ on an assignment for computer class. Stephanie is going to meet them too. "Hopefully she'll bring Heidi!" cries Audrina, and LC looks at the camera like she just accidentally ate something with carbs. But the group brunette is right; Heidi is present and hoping her past troubles with Lauren will just be "old water under the bridge."
Well, let's throw some babies out with that old water and count them before they hatch, because of course it doesn't go well. Heidi makes the peculiar strategic choice to complain about Lauren while she's SITTING RIGHT NEXT TO HER. LC shakes her head in disbelief, saying to Stephanie, "I can't pretend it's normal that we're all sitting together."
LC finally flees, taking Lo with her, leaving Audrina open to the charms of--ladies, guard your hearts--JustinBobby! Where have you been all this time, Messy McTwoNames? Cleaning up and moving to a place by the beach, he says when he and his chestnut-maned ex have dinner despite Audrina's protests that she's "been trying so hard to get over him."
His opening line is, "Like your leathers. Looks like you missed the bike, huh?...A little bit?" He also thinks Heidi is "really nice," and we'll just chalk that one up to male-pattern blindness.
Speaking of blindness though, Heidi goes over to Stephanie's to complain about the ruining of girls' night out, and Spencer offers some surprisingly perceptive comments on the situation. Namely, that Heidi shouldn't have gone. "I have no sympathy for you," he says from the Couch of Doom. "Who did you expect to find at Goa?" He says she couldn't expect to pick up their friendship and "have everything be hunky-dory," which for Spencer is really incredible insight. What is this, opposite week?!
Meanwhile, LC's lease is almost up so she and Lo plot to leave apartment living and get a house somewhere. Should they ask Audrina? Well... why not? She accepts over brunch at Spanish Kitchen (826 N. La Cienega Blvd.) and they join that mighty tide of people trying to take advantage of the rapidly plummeting housing market. Smell that? That's opportunism.
Next week: JustinBobby becomes the default fourth roommate, Stephanie Pratt becomes the default punching bag and--really?--the return of Stephen from "Laguna Beach." He's still cute! It's a May Day miracle!
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