RevCam. Sleeping in a mini-van. Blissful unconsciousness, how I wish thee were mine. The Marine and Martin are now finally talking. Or at least they're both moodily staring at the baseball diamond. Martin apologizes, and his dad says he wasn't expecting an apology -- just that he couldn't think of what to say. The Marine says he isn't sorry he kissed Roxanne, but that he does feel "badly [sic]" that Martin thinks the Marine betrayed Martin's mother. He says he felt the same way the first time he kissed a woman after his wife died, but what was he supposed to do? "Never kiss a woman again for the rest of my life?" Well, since he's a Marine and a man, that clearly isn't an option. Martin talks about his dead mom some more, and says, "I didn't want her to die." The Marine -- whose name perhaps is Mr. Sensitivity -- says, "I don't think she had a choice." Anyway, more blah blah, and they're both proud of each other. Martin asks if his dad wants him to call Roxanne and apologize for yelling at her. "Why would you do that?" asks the Marine. Yeah, why would he apologize? Martin says he'd apologize in case the Marine wants to make out with Roxanne the next time he's on leave. "Would you mind?" says the Marine. Great. Don't apologize to her because you were rude to her; apologize to her so she can provide your dad with the sex he deserves when he's home next time. Commercials.
Four blades. Four blades! I never thought I'd live to see the day. My grandkids will be shaving with twelve blades.
Back at the CamPound, Martin hands the phone over so that we can get yet another stupid split-screen while the Marine tells Roxanne how much he respects her and loves that she's a cop, and opinionated. She asks if she'll ever hear from again, and he says she will: "I'll be in touch," he says. How romantic! Betsy flounces in, saying she's been waiting for them, but because of the lipstick smeared all over her face, the Marine dryly notes that that's not all she's been doing. She squeals that she was just "restoring some of Chandler's dignity." I certainly hope he remembered to zip up. She wants to know if the two of them talked: "Is it baseball or college?" The Marine gives a little speech about how Martin makes good decisions, so as long as he doesn't close the door on going to college altogether, playing pro ball is okay with him. "Really?" "Absolutely." "Thanks." They shake hands, like, the Marine is already closer to Roxanne than he is to his own son.