Turning to find someone else, Gallant spies something afoot in Trauma Green. He enters to find Coco straddling Old Man Gilman and trying to excavate the ancient artifact from its trouser-tomb. Old Man Gilman looks deeply, deeply pleased with himself for getting mounted by a sultry slut in tight clothes. Gallant looks deeply, deeply nauseated by the entire experience. "Stop it," Gallant says uselessly. "Get off him now." Gilman's eyes fly open. "NO!" he shouts. "For crying out loud, he just had a heart attack," Gallant gasps. "Relax, he needs his Viagra anyway," Coco grumbles. Why? He'll have rigor mortis soon enough. "I want my Viagra!" screams Gilman as Gallant escorts Coco out of the room. "Only if you want to die with an erection," Gallant calls out to him. Gilman doesn't look too upset at the idea. "I was just trying to make him feel better," Coco purrs.
Two people storm toward Coco, one of them angry. They're Gilman's kids, and of course, the daughter hates her violently while the son coddles her. The son, incidentally, is played by Donna Martin's father from 90210. We love Dr. Martin. So, in honor of his bitchy wife Felice on that show, we'll call his bitchy sister "Felice" as well. "What did you do to him?" Felice shrieks. "My father did not give you power of attorney!" Coco pouts. "Bob, he is really sick," she whimpers to Dr. Martin, cuddling up to his shoulder. "I know, honey," Dr. Martin says. Men are so easy. Felice wants the slut to go. We cut away before we find out if the slut does, indeed, go. Fine dramatic tension, if by "tension" you mean "snore."