RevCam's Secret Past
Now Felicity and Bardo, changed into swimsuits, are standing by an in-ground pool. Felicity dives in, then surfaces in a Dead Man's Float. Bardo looks nervous, then jumps in to rescue her, because it's perfectly reasonable that an able-bodied teenager would jump into a pool and then instantly die. Bardo turns her over and she says "gotcha!" They splash each other.
Hair now totally dry, which is pretty impressive when one considers that Felicity's hair is down to her ass and so should take about a half a day to dry out, Felicity finally remembers that she's not getting paid to have sex with her boyfriend in the pool, and checks on the two children. They sleep. Bardo walks up and makes a comment about how Felicity's employers have the perfect family. He was being sarcastic, but Felicity totally thinks it's true. Bardo sits on the master bed and asks Felicity what Bill "RevCam" Bartrand does for such a nice living. I'm not exactly sure how the last name is spelled, since the DVD case claims it's "Bertrand," but everyone in the film pronounces it "Bartrand." ["The IMDb also claims it's 'Bartrand.'" -- Sars] Felicity says he "makes money -- lots of it." I want that job. Felicity calls Bardo into the walk-in closet, where she's taken off all her clothes except her bikini bottom. She's holding one of Mrs. Bartrand's dresses in front of her, and wants to know what Bardo thinks of that as a homecoming dress. Bardo finds a price tag and says that the dress, at almost five hundred dollars, is a little too expensive. Mrs. Bartrand may be rich, but she's still tacky enough to leave a price tag on a dress. Felicity says she would "love to live like this." We hear a car-driving-up sound effect that is way too loud to be realistic, and Felicity freaks out that her employers are home and Bardo needs to skedaddle.
RevCam and his wife are sitting in a convertible outside, looking glum. The wife gets out of the car and walks inside. She meets a now fully-dressed Felicity in the foyer and tells her that RevCam is waiting outside to drive her home, and they'll see her tomorrow. Felicity hops in the car. RevCam has some bad hair going on here. Not Bard Hair, but still pretty bad. It's like a mullet/pompadour/mohawk. A mullpahawk, if you will. See, the front looks like a mohawk because RevCam has that ridiculously long widow's peak, and his hair has been all fluffed up, so it's kind of a pompadour-esque mohawk. And his hair is long in the back and kind of mullet-y. Not as bad as Chandler's mullet, though. RevCam and Felicity drive away, and we see that he has Florida plates. I wonder if Jan Hammer only works for shows and movies that take place in Florida. As they drive away, Bardo comes out from behind the front hedge (nice hiding spot there, champ) and stares at them. They haven't even left the driveway yet, and RevCam could totally see him if he looked in the rearview mirror. I don't think old Bardo is too smart.