Carl decides to annul his marriage to Abby because he believes that he has a future with Valerie. Valerie comes clean with her mother about her night with Carl, and confesses to killing her father. Despite it being self-defense, Abby wants to turn in her own daughter. Kelly stops at a newsstand to ogle a handsome man at a nearby table. Kelly notices that a store is for lease and decides that she and Donna should open a boutique. While looking over the space, she meets attorney Matt Durning (the guy she was checking out). Noah cannot bring himself to deliver his father's eulogy. He is arrested for drunk driving that night, and Kelly suggests that Matt represent him.
Noah receives a fine and probation and is ordered to attend alcohol counseling. Kelly learns that Matt is building a child custody case for a wife beater whose spouse she once helped at the clinic. Matt insists that everyone has the right to representation, but Kelly blows him off. Steve gives Sophie a column for the Beat. The paper starts a web site, complete with a digital camera that records everyone's actions. David and Sophie have sex in the office, unaware that they are being transmitted onto the Internet. Steve blows up at David and throws Sophie out of his house. David blames Sophie for everything because he had warned her not to hurt Steve.
- Jennie Garth as Kelly Taylor
- Ian Ziering as Steve Sanders
- Brian Austin Green as David Silver
- Tori Spelling as Donna Martin
- Tiffani Thiessen as Valerie Malone
- Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio
- Vincent Young as Noah Hunter
- Lindsay Price as Janet Sosna
- Daniel Cosgrove as Matt Durning
- Michelle Phillips as Abby Malone
- Leigh Taylor-Young as Blythe Hunter
- Bruce Thomas as Carl Schmidt
- Paul Dimitropoulos as Freddie
- Christopher Daniel Barnes as Lenny