Chandler stares at his phone like the pathetic loser he is. Jeffrey walks on in and tells Chandler he should just call Kendull and get it over with. Chandler tells Jeffrey that knocking is considered polite in civilized society, although so is saying good-bye before you hang up the phone, and I don't see anyone on this show doing that. Jeffrey says he "know[s] about knocking." But he doesn't do it, probably because he was hoping to enter the house and catch Chandler in a compromising situation. That's the only reason I can think of for someone to just walk on into someone's private home like that. Jeffrey tells Chandler he had better call Kendull before Jeffrey grows up and calls her instead. Oh, ew, Jeffrey. Get your nonexistent hormones under control. Chandler tells Jeffrey that he doesn't like Kendull that way, and she has a boyfriend besides. Jeffrey sniffs and asks Chandler if he "smell[s] that." "Gas?" Chandler says. I guess no one told Jeffrey it's impolite to fart in civilized society. Actually, Jeffrey smells "chicken." I guess that's supposed to be because Chandler's afraid to call Kendull, but really, it just makes it seem like Chandler's house smells like gas and chicken. Mrs. Bink's going to have a fun time cleaning that place out when Chandler moves. Chandler and Jeffrey exit, Chandler doing his little pretend-to-strangle-Jeffrey routine that teases me so.
Oh, good -- it's Kevin and Lucy in all their marital bliss. Lucy childishly tells Kevin that she's going to church with her family, and she intends to spend the rest of the day with them, too. Kevin's all, "Fine, whatever," trying to conceal how happy the prospect of a day without his naggy wife makes him.