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.
Suddenly, they find Peter in the bushes with his two lame friends. "Oh no," says Peter, and I do kind of feel for the guy. Vic asks what Peter's doing while Kevin's cop sense tingles. RevCam tries to yell at the other two kids, like, shut up, RevCam. Peter gets up to leave, managing to drop a can of beer as he does so. Sad Violins play, followed by the Sadder Guitar, followed again by the Saddest Clarinet. That scene was so sad that they needed three instruments!
Kevin lectures the boys while Vic talks to RevCam about how much it sucks that Peter was drinking. RevCam nags at Vic to talk to Peter himself, to which Vic says that he really doesn't have a right, since he's only been around the past few months. RevCam tells Vic that he's "more than qualified" to talk to Peter about this particular subject. Shut up, RevCam. He adds that Vic shouldn't be afraid to yell at his son. "Go for it," says RevCam. I hate RevCam even more than usual in this episode. Kevin comes back and says he called Roxanne and she'll be taking the other guys home. RevCam says they can just bring the boys back. Kevin says he's "not sure if [he] should like this." Like what? Dressed nicely? Oh: "Drunk."
Chandler creeps into Jeffrey's bedroom. I don't think I like where this scene is going at all. Chandler asks Jeffrey if he wants to "talk about it." Jeffrey says he doesn't, then changes his mind and says that his mother wasn't an alcoholic, but she was into "other stuff" and "never in control." She ruined her life, although Jeffrey doesn't remember much of that, just what his grandmother told him. Chandler says he's sorry; he should have thought about that. "Yeah, you should have," says Jeffrey. He thought Chandler would be as anti-alcohol as he is, considering Sid's problems. Then he says that he's "surprised" that Chandler needs alcohol to remember that he's a good person. Chandler looks unduly ashamed.