A big-ass close-up of Asslee's face is mostly obscured by darkness. Thanks, 7th Heaven's crappy lighting team! You just made my job a little easier. Asslee is on the phone with Martin, all mad because Mac doesn't want to date Pam. He hands the phone to Mac and tells him to talk to her. Mac says he's sorry, but he can't date Pam; he wanted Asslee to fix him up with one of her senior friends anyway, even though Asslee already told him that none of them would date him. Asslee says that her friends won't date someone two years younger than them. And anyway, Pam is expecting a date with Mac, so he'll have to call and cancel himself. Mac whines that he can't. Martin grabs the phone and tells Asslee to make Mac tell her why he won't date Pam. Asslee asks Martin why he doesn't just tell her now. Martin says it's "too stupid." So is this show, but it's still on. Mac says it isn't stupid, and Martin wouldn't think it was if he was the one who had to date Pam. Finally, Martin agrees to tell Asslee what's wrong with Pam. And then the scene abruptly ends so as to instill suspense, which, of course, it doesn't.
And now we're back with Roxanne and Chandler, who are talking about how Roxanne is doing some program to teach inmates how to read, which she signed up for when she was "looking for something to do other than date." WHORE! Apparently she met an honor prisoner there who's getting out in six months. Det. Michaels walks up and says he thought he might find Roxanne here, although with Lucy instead of Chandler. What is Det. Michaels' deal with Lucy? One week he's yelling at Kevin for lying to her, and the next he appears to have her schedule memorized. Anyway, he asks to talk to Roxanne alone and offers to pay for their check. Chandler leaves, and Det. Michaels sits down and looks at Roxanne. She stares back at him.