Fearless offers Andrea a cigarette as the sound of crickets threatens to overtake the entire screen. When did Crenshaw get crickets? Seriously. Andrea says that Fearless is the last man in Los Angeles she knows who smokes. For no real reason at all, she asks him how he's doing on his list of one hundred things he has to do before he dies. She says everyone knows about the list. "Well, I guess I'm not as mysterious and unfathomable as I thought," he laughs. Andrea asks what happens if he finishes the list before he dies. Fearless says he's sure he can think of another hundred things to do. Andrea says, "I gotta make up one of those lists." Fearless: "Yeah? How so?" "How so"? Andrea: "Such a clichéd line it's better if you don't even have to hear what I say here." Fearless: "It's not a race." Andrea asks if he's sure.
Fearless -- suddenly quite chummy with Andrea -- asks if he can ask her something. "How much do reporters make nowadays?" Andrea realizes that he wants to know how she can afford such a fancy car (and let the battery drain while leaving it unlocked). She does have that swank house in the hills, remember. Well, it turns out that Andrea's a trust-fund baby, a fact she reveals in a very long monologue that you don't need to read. Her grandfather had an orange empire, making Little Oranges. Somehow, this is something that Fearless doesn't know. Andrea isn't usually a smoker. You can tell in her awkward exhale and the way she's panting after every inhale. They say the word "bones" again, so that this Halloween episode has had the word "bone" in it about four times. Andrea asks Fearless if he ever read about how great Los Angeles was in the '40s -- about how you could drive into the Valley and smell the oranges. She says her granddad helped rip all those orchards up, and that's how they made their money. Fearless notes that she uses her mother's maiden name. I don't know exactly how he knew it was her mom's father that had the orange empire, but Andrea says she took the name "Little" after her parents got divorced. Fearless asks what her father did for a living. "He invested," she says. "Sadly, nobody told him that hookers, cigars, and the craps table wasn't [sic] the best place to keep all your money." Can someone stop this script before it ends up being a movie on Lifetime? "Cigars"? Fearless tries to exhale smoke, but he looks like he's trying to keep his head above water. Andrea tells Fearless that, "unfortunately," Grampa Non-Little set up a trust fund for her. Fearless asks why "unfortunately." More awkward smoking (Andrea inhales, but we never see her exhale) as she answers: "You don't really want to hear a rich girl whine, do ya? It's not as much fun as you think." She tosses the lit, mostly unsmoked cigarette aside, and Fearless tells her she could get a citation for that. Another PSA brought to you by Boomtown.