Apparently, Hattie only sat at the table long enough to fry whatever she was frying for Annie. She hands her a plate and says she'd better get home. Annie is all clingy, asking Hattie to stay. Hattie has no one to get home to, so she can stay as long as Annie likes. Okay. Maybe they'll fall in love or something. No, actually, I think this scene was just to help fill out the hour.
Brad has taken Lucy to a theater called "Flicks" which is showing something with a title that includes the word "alibi." Gee, they must have a pretty strict dress code at the cinemas over there, seeing as how Lucy wore an evening gown and all. Maybe her pimp-ish coat pulls it down into casual wear, though. Lucy and Brad get in line. Some guy walks up and says hello to Lucy. Oh, dang. It's Andrew "Girly Man" BlahBlah. Lucy doesn't even seem ashamed. She makes this face like, "Okay, you caught me. I stole a pen from my bank," and introduces Brad to him. Andrew doesn't even look girly to me. Oh, wait -- is he that boy who went on the date with Lucy earlier this season, and she had to drive him around and the whole thing was, like, totally gender-bending? (Not?) If so, he should go find a nicer person with whom to see movies. At least he's not a loser like Lucy, though. He has no fear of going out alone. Andrew starts asking about her being on a date. She is rude, telling him it's none of his business and that she just changed her mind. I'm just about to call Andrew and ask him out myself, when suddenly he flakes. He asks how Lucy could take Brad to the theater where they had their own first date. He says it's "sacred ground" Dude. Shut up. Lucy has to tell him that it's not even the same theater. "Oh," says Andrew. "Well, I'm still hurt!" There you go. Ha. Andrew decides to go into the theater and make Lucy care. Yeah, because Lucy's such a groovy person, I'm sure guys have to fight over her all the time. She's not a liar or anything. Oh, and she just made me over-boil my tea water. Bitch.