Martin and Asslee leave the movie theater, and it turns out that neither of them saw the movie because they were both thinking about their non-fight fight. Way to waste twenty bucks there, guys. Martin says he's "scared" about Asslee going to college because, get this: he thinks she might start drinking. Because they were having a semi-realistic problem before, so let's make it so completely ridiculous as to render it unbelievable. Martin says that Asslee's friends drink, and he doesn't like it. Asslee says that she doesn't drink, and it's not like her friends are downing shots of vodka. Loser Martin says that Asslee's friends are doing something illegal and irresponsible, and since he's a "responsible person," he doesn't like being around "illegal activity." Asslee says that she doesn't understand why, if Martin was really worried about her drinking in college, he didn't just say that in the first place. Martin reminds her that she's the one who brought the whole going-away-to-college thing up. "Did I?" says Asslee. "Yeah," says Martin. Well, that wasted twenty seconds. Asslee changes the subject and asks Martin why he didn't just say something to her friends when they were drinking; Martin says he was intimidated by their advanced age. Asslee asks Martin to trust her to not give up on their relationship. He says he does and he won't. Wooo.
RevCam, Kevin, and Vic are searching the park with flashlights. Vic thinks this is stupid and says they should just wait for Peter to come home. Then he sarcastically thanks RevCam for making him share a car with drunk Kevin who apparently reeks of alcohol. Maybe he didn't want all that Cristal to go to waste, so he bathed in it. Vic says that Peter is probably with his friends "doing things he shouldn't be doing," just like every other kid his age. He did it when he was young. Then everyone looks at Vic because he obviously destroyed his entire life with the stuff he did when he was thirteen. Vic says he's a bad example. So is everyone else on this show, though, really.