Whitney was disappointed by her mother's reaction to her engagement, but now her nerves are going wild as they head up to San Jose to break the news to Sara's very traditional Portuguese family. Whitney may not understand Portuguese, but she gathers from the tears and shock that Sara's parents aren't too happy about the impending nuptials A few weeks ago, Romi was straight. But now Romi isn't getting the love and attention she needs from Jay, and with Kelsey back in her life, it's a quick and easy fix. The question remains: will sobriety be the ingredient they've been missing for a healthy, successful relationship? It has been a rocky road to recovery for Cori and Kacy as they grieve over the loss of Charlie. As part of their healing process, they gather the courage to leave the house for the first time to pay an emotional visit to the nurses who helped them through the roughest of times. Hunter Valentine's tour comes to an end and they return to the Big Apple. Kiyomi's reunion with Ali is shockingly romantic, proving their non-monogamous relationship is nothing short of a rollercoaster. On the other end of town, Somer's long-awaited reunion with Donna finds her sharing doubts about where she stands with the band and if the newlyweds can handle the lifestyle of a traveling musician. Once Lauren and Amanda arrive at their not-so-luxurious stay in Brooklyn, Amanda quickly goes MIA and leaves Lauren to fend for herself. Furious with Amanda for leaving her best friend behind to rekindle things with her ex-girlfriend, Lauren hits the town on her own. Brunch with Amanda's brother the next day only heightens the tension and leaves Lauren questioning Amanda's commitment to her and to LA. When Amanda runs into a group of girls she knows from the Brooklyn lesbian scene, including members from the band Hunter Valentine, things start to look up for Lauren. Kiyomi works her swagger while Laura pulls a few shocking stunts as they both vie for Lauren's attention.