Brody is sweating in the kitchen and Justin sees it and starts getting all doctor-y or rather EMT-y. Brody brushes it off and says he feels fine, just a little overheated from such an action-packed game of pyramid. Justin looks very serious and almost alarmed. He demands that Brody tell him if he's on any medication and to tell him how many fingers he's holding up. Brody rolls his eyes, but Justin is serious. Dead serious. Brody tells him he is holding up two fingers and that he has been playing baseball his entire life, is in great shape, and just had a physical last week. He's fine. Justin looks very doubtful. And we all know that Justin is always right.
Nora wakes up on a strange couch in what appears to be a drunken stupor. I guess game night quickly devolved into beer pong and strip poker, although as Nora is fully dressed, including her cardigan and socks, we can only assume she is a card shark. But that actually makes some kind of sense, right? Like Nora wouldn't play very often, but when she did she would just KILL. Anyway, she's disoriented and not quite sure where she is and she is squinting and the camera pulls back and you realize that Brody has kidnapped her! Oh shit, right? Nora sits straight up and demands to know what Brody has done with her house, because, yeah, that's the important detail in a kidnapping. Where's my valuable real estate, bitch?! Anyway, Brody is pretty chill for a kidnapper and he tells Nora that he is taking her to a baseball game in Fresno. Nora sputters that she has to go to Luc's art opening tonight or the world will collapse and Brody promises to have her un-kidnapped by then. Oh, and to clarify, he did not roofie her and carry her to the RV in the middle of the night he just told a really long ass story about Hank Aaron and she passed out. There you have it folks, boring stories are more effective and more legal than roofies. Then Brody tells Nora that he packed her a change of clothes, a toothbrush, and promises to give her water and food as necessary, so he's basically the nicest kidnapper ever. Still, when Nora realizes that he expects her to tolerate a cassette player she starts screaming for help.