Aw, the favor Anna asked for earlier is for Rose to teach her how to reel and they giggle as Anna gets the hang of it. Cute!
As they set some of the silver back out upstairs, Alfred tells Jimmy James not to spoil everyone's time at the fair by being awkward and nasty with Thomas. Jimmy James thinks Alfred is a fine one to talk, given that he rang the police in the first place and then pronounces himself bushed and flops down in a chair. Alfred's horror at the impropriety is quickly overwhelmed by his sense of monkey see, monkey do, and he takes a tentative seat on the couch before going back to the original subject, saying it's funny, given what happened, that Thomas won't hear a bad word about Jimmy James. Jimmy James doesn't immediately think to ask if that means Alfred's badmouthed him to Thomas and he runs out of time when Mrs. Hughes appears in the doorway and chews them out for playing while "the cat's away," adding they'll see what Carson has to say. Branson then appears in the door, and he and Mrs. Hughes exit immediately, after which Jimmy James and Alfred smile. I guess they figure Carson will have trouble yelling at them with a mouthful of broken glass.
In the hall, Branson asks what time they'll be leaving and Mrs. Hughes says half past four, but offers that "Mr. Stark" could drive them. As we see Edna within earshot, Branson makes a joke about being so high and mighty, but Mrs. Hughes tells him he's part of the family now and if "someone" is trying to make him feel awkward about that, that person is in the wrong. Branson nods, but says he'll be there to drive them and this elicits a smile from Edna. When she sees it, Mrs. Hughes's eyes narrow in Edna's direction in the most amazing way and Edna, might as well cut loose at the fair, because your days here have got to be numbered.