SamVid are packing their belongings in what appears to be a half-assed attempt to run away from home. Annie walks by and asks if they're ready to visit Grandpa yet. They claim that they can't wait. Poor kids are going to be so traumatized when they see their grandfather's corpse, now several months into the decaying process. Oh, I forgot -- this show has yet to acknowledge Graham Jarvis's death. I've been away for a month, and they still haven't written that into the show yet. Then again, this is the same show that acknowledged September 11th months after everyone else did, and with an episode that featured The Worst Actress in the History of Time as a Token Muslim, thereby probably doing a lot more damage than it did help anyone. Annie starts in with the nagging immediately, lecturing her small children for packing for their trip when it's still a few days away. Better to pack early than late, I always say (though never actually do). SamVid say they can't wait to fly in the plane and eat in cafeterias, which they love. That's right -- they love cafeterias. "I do TOO!" Annie says with the kind of emphaticism I would understand if the cafeteria was, like, located in the middle of a five-star resort in the Bahamas, but am rather confused about when it's located in an airport in Arizona.
Annie trots out into the hallway, where RevCam asks her how her day was. "Busy," Annie claims. Yeah, busy crying about how empty your days truly are. RevCam asks Annie if she's heard from her sister lately. "She's not exactly my sister," says Annie, except that Lily is exactly Annie's sister, so whatever. RevCam asks Annie if Lily knows how sick their father is. Considering that the writers don't seem to understand the specifics of Graham Jarvis's current state of deadness, I would guess that it's pretty unlikely that Lily knows anything about it. Annie asks RevCam what's up with "all the questions," even though he's only asked her two questions. RevCam suggests that Lily could fly to Arizona sometime to help Annie take care of their father. Annie snaps that Lily has her own adopted parents, and that her dad isn't "really" Lily's father. RevCam points out that Lily's adopted parents are dead, and Lily must care about her biological father. "Must she?" Annie barks. RevCam retreats a few steps before suggesting that Annie give Lily a call. Annie says she doesn't want to, and she "know[s] what all this 'I-I-I-I-I-I' means." Good, because I certainly don't. In fact, I haven't understood anyone on this show's behavior for quite some time now. Annie storms off, and RevCam bites his lip and sighs, probably in relief that his crazy wife didn't just try to rip him to pieces.