Mr. Suds says the only thing he remembers about Halloween is the "little hoodlums" who "soaped" his windows. I guess they don't sell eggs in Glenoak. Maybe if he got a clue and started giving out Snickers bars, that wouldn't happen. Lucy claims no responsibility for the window-soaping, and promises to carry on the Suds tradition of wax lips and candy corn for Halloween. Suds says that he'd love to sell the house to her, causing Lucy to literally squeal with delight and my eardrums to burst. Suds brings Lucy back down when he says that someone else has already put in a bid on the house. Lucy tries to convince Suds that he should sell the house to her instead, since he knows her, and that she will take good care of his house. Suds says he doesn't really care about anything except selling his house for the asking price. Lucy offers to pay more for the house. Kevin speaks up for the first time this scene to say that the house isn't worth any more than the asking price. Lucy begs him, so he says they'll pay five hundred dollars more. Lucy tells Suds that they can do better than that.
This week's Opening Credits Timewaster is Chandler and that stupid little kid from last episode sitting in a car. If the latest news about Jeremy London is true, this is going to culminate in Chandler "vandalizing" Jeffrey's phone. Should be interesting. Jeffrey makes several attempts to speak, all of which are interrupted by Chandler's shushing. Finally Jeffrey gets a word in and tells Chandler that he's too old for the silent game. Oh, nice parental move, there, Chandler -- everyone knows the silent game only works when you have multiple fighting kids in the car, because the only motivation to play the game is to do something better than your sibling. It turns out that Chandler and Jeffrey are coming from a meeting with one of Jeffrey's teachers, who is so dedicated to her craft that she agreed to see him on a Saturday. Either that, or the "writers" are so un-dedicated to their "craft" that they didn't even notice their rather obvious mistake. Now Chandler and Jeffrey are on their way to the dentist, who does, it is pointed out, keep special Saturday hours. Jeffrey asks Chandler if he wants to see his three fillings; Chandler says no. Then Jeffrey starts asking Chandler compatibility questions until Chandler gets annoyed and tells him to shut up because they have an "entire lifetime" to get to know each other. Much like poor Jeffrey has an entire lifetime to suffer self-esteem issues because his adopted dad obviously can't stand him.