Sarah and Heather have stopped by to visit Ben at work. He's all excited about how well the construction on the Home Plus Pioneer Day parade float is going. Apparently he was up until four the previous morning working on it, which is so much more healthy and normal than just having sex. Not to mention how excited he is about winning Bill's approval. Heather and Sarah clearly do not share his enthusiasm. They've come by to invite Ben to a "social thing" at Heather's church, which he rather impolitely declines. "Everyone's stuck up in your ward," he generalizes. This nearly pushes Heather off-message, but a look from Sarah keeps her on track. "You'd be a really great priesthood holder," she says. Ben says he's got that covered, and Sarah tells him, "Church of Dad doesn't count." This is already going south. Heather points out that Ben could have a temple marriage and a family, which Ben thinks is Heather hitting on him. Man, you let a teenage boy get under a pair of matching pinafores and he gets all cocky. Sarah April Blessings, "You don't have to do this. We don't have to be victims of Mom and Dad's choices. They're a cult." Oops, kind of went too far at the end there, and Ben's getting predictably pissed off. Sarah goes on to say that they want to take Ben to meet some "Lost Boys," and when he claims to be happy at home, Heather brings up Stockholm Syndrome. Whose victims are always so receptive to the idea that they're experiencing it. As we now see: Ben yells at Heather to shut up, Sarah calls him an idiot, and he storms off. Yeah, teenagers probably shouldn't try to do interventions on their own.
Margene is back home, telling an unseen person about what just happened with Pam, and adding that whoever she's talking to is "the only one who listens to me." And, see, on any other show, she would be talking to Baby Lester, or the mirror, or one of the kitchen appliances. But in this case, it's Ana. Yay! Ana asks Margene what her husband "Phil" thinks about all of this. So Margene, her eyes all a-twinkle, tells Ana how happy she is that they "re-connected," and how much she missed her, and that Phil is Bill. Margene is about to go into a whole babblefest about how she hated not telling Ana, but then she notices that Ana is not so much with the breathing right now. Margene gets her into a chair and calms her down, and then Ana uses her very next full breath to get her ass out of there.