We see an exterior shot of Roxanne's father's house. The well in the front yard strikes me as tacky. Inside, Roxanne reads about how to avoid getting stabbed by homeless men with butter knives until Chandler walks in the room, holding a box of pizza. "Your father let me in," Chandler whispers, "and this pizza was just a little something to tide me over on the way to your house." Because, you know, Chandler's kind of fat. Chandler wants to talk, but Roxanne doesn't. "What do you want to do?" Chandler whispers intensely. The Guitar of WHORE! WHORE! WHORE! plays as Roxanne walks towards Chandler with a "seductive" smile on her face. Then they make out.
Asslee snottily replies to a knock on her bedroom door by telling her dad that she just wants to be alone. Then the door opens to reveal Asslee's dad in a drag-queen get-up worse than Gene Hackman's in The Birdcage. Oh, I'm sorry -- that's not Asslee's dad, that's Annie. Asslee asks Annie what she's doing out of Arizona. Annie says that she missed her family and decided to fly back to see them. She didn't miss them enough to have actually seen them yet, however; she drove to Asslee's house straight from the airport. Asslee and Annie apologize to each in unison, then hug fakely. I can understand Annie needing to apologize, but what is Asslee apologizing for? Her bad haircut? Her Avril Lavigne-sk8r-style t-shirt over a long-sleeved shirt? Her incomprehensibly bad acting? Her sister? No, she just says that she's sorry for spending so much time at the CamPound. Annie says that she was angry at herself, and she took it out on Asslee. Annie's been having a hard time choosing between taking care of her father and her children, especially since "[she doesn't] like [her] choices." Yeah, having to choose between Graham Jarvis's corpse and SamVid would be a sort of "death is not an option" kind of decision.