With one month to go before the wedding, Whitney is feeling the pressure over the decor, invitations and logistics galore. Sara, on the other hand, is floating along, causing tensions to rise and eventually combust when a certain someone tries to take over the planning. Somer finds herself in the middle of a Hunter Valentine ambush, causing her and Donna to revisit the idea of putting aside her music career for a baby crib and diapers. Lauren packs her bags and jets off to New York to find out if her infatuation with Kiyomi is more than just a Dinah romance. It's time for Romi's music video shoot with Dusty, but Kelsey's discomfort and rising suspicions cause her to storm out in the middle of filming. Charlie's original due date is upon them, and Cori and Kacy seek help from a therapist. While it's a bittersweet sorrow to watch them say goodbye to Charlie one last time, they are greeted with a surprise the next morning that sends their smiles soaring. Franny invites Khristianne and some of the girls over for dinner and reveals that she wants to come out to her traditional Japanese mother. The girls encourage Franny to take the plunge, but it's not that easy. Japanese culture demands conformity; discussion of sexuality is taboo. And no matter how much Franny craves an open relationship with her parents, the thought of shaming them terrifies her all the more.