Lucy parks her ridiculously huge SUV (and just when did she find time during her studies and married sex sessions to buy that?) along a curb, and asks passenger Martin why they're picking up his girlfriend in front of Asslee's house. Martin says it could be because Asslee is his girlfriend. "No!" Lucy says. "Yes," Martin says, with a "Duh. And shut up." look on his face. Martin has such an attitude with the Camdens. I love it! Lucy asks how long this has been going on; Martin says a couple weeks, then asks Lucy if she knows Asslee. Well, obviously she does. Also, didn't Martin say when he broke into the CamPound a few weeks ago that Asslee and Lucy were hanging out together? Lucy says that Asslee is Simon's girlfriend. "I guess she's dating other guys," Martin says. Brilliant. Also, Lucy? Asslee was Simon's girlfriend. He dumped her ass long ago, and it was good.
At the batting cages, Lucy totally sucks at baseball. This might have something to do with the fact that she's swinging her bat like it's a golf club, but I'm not the resident baseball expert, so I could be totally off-base here. I'm not even sure if that pun works, since, again, I don't know very much about baseball. Eventually, Martin kicks Lucy out of the batting cage and tells her to just watch him. We get to see some of Tyler Hoechlin's mad baseball skillz, which this whole subplot was probably structured around showing. He puts Lucy back in the cage and tells her to keep trying. Outside the cages, Asslee trots up and gives Martin a soda. "Thanks, but -- I'd also like an explanation," Martin says. Worst line ever? Quite possibly. Martin and Asslee discuss their relationship. But first, a word from Asslee about Lucy's baseball ability: "Man, she is really bad." Thanks, Asslee. Maybe a career in sportscasting is for you. Martin wants to know if Asslee's really over Simon. She says that she is, but she's not over his family. They went through a lot together, and Asslee's not ready to let go. That's healthy. Martin says he heard about all that from Lucy; he wants to know why he didn't hear it from her. And he wants to know when and who is going to tell the CamRents about them. "If you can't tell your ex-boyfriend's parents about us, then maybe we shouldn't be going out," he says. But…that doesn't make any sense! Lucy exits the cages and says she has to go to the game.
Back in rehab, Joe Penny -- who you may remember from Jake and the Fatman, although I don't, since I've never seen the show -- pulls Peter aside and asks him if he'll do him "a favor." He gives Peter a letter and asks him to deliver it to a guy at a bookstore. ["What? It's not a love letter to Carmela Soprano? Bummer. Sweet crossover op, totally missed." -- Sars] Peter agrees to do it. Jake says he's happy a got a chance to meet Peter before he leaves rehab, which is tomorrow. If he's leaving tomorrow, why can't he deliver the letter himself? Peter should really be suspicious at this point. Instead, he congratulates Jake on not drinking, and they part ways. I'm glad Peter is spending time at the rehab center. This way, when he has to go there during his post-child-actor days, the surroundings won't be so foreign.