Lisa, looking kind of sharp in a sassy yellow coat and black stockings, greets Jeremy in front of the gallery with a hug. As she leads him in, she warns him to be nice to Russell, as he's doing Jeremy a big favor. Jeremy's thrown by the very large -- a few feet tall, in fact -- sponge sticking up from some kind of colored acetate or something that's supposed to be a spill. "What do you clean with it, like, big art?" Hee. It could be used to wipe down a piece from one of my favorite later episodes of Six Feet Under. Just make sure you rinse it out thoroughly afterward. Lisa babbles about the nature of art for a while, but when Jeremy reiterates that he sees a sponge, she pauses: "Me too." Hee. I have to tell you, I'm not really sure how this happened, but it's now two episodes in a row that I'm finding Lisa a lot more interesting. Maybe it's because the writers let her out of the house, which makes the development at the end of the episode all the more disconcerting.
Juliet tells Kai she wants him to stay forever, but he tells her his uncle is counting on him to come back, so they'll have to make the most out of the two weeks he's there. Juliet moonily agrees. Am I supposed to work a joke into that scene? It lasted three seconds!