Fade up on the high school. We pan over a poster that says "PROM!" on it in big bubble letters. Irv tells us, "There are things that go without saying." Amy and Ephram are walking into school, bitching about how terrible it is that they have to go to prom. Ephram says it's even worse than finals, because at least with exams, there are only two possible outcomes. Irv interrupts here to tell us, "And there are things better left unsaid." Amy brushes up against Bitchy Paige, who fake-apologizes, "Oh, Amy! I'm so bummed! I just realized that when I booked Mr. Hollenbrandt's limo, you and I weren't really..." "Talking," Amy finishes. Paige says some other crap that's supposed to make Amy feel better about not having a ride, then flounces off. Ephram asks Amy if Paige has gotten into her little brother's Ritalin; Amy says something about prom just freaks people out. And here comes Exhibit A: Bright drives up to the school in a gigantic Winnebago. He gives Amy and Ephram a big "Woooo!" from behind the wheel. Hee. Amy remarks, "Just when I thought it couldn't get any worse." Bright steps out of his pimpin' ride, all, "Check it, dudes!" He tells Amy and Ephram that he rented it, and introduces: "For maximum prom enjoyment, ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Promebago." The Promebago is loaded -- DVD, CD, bucket seats, refrigerator -- and Bright insists that Amy and Ephram ride with him to prom. They try to decline, but Bright ain't having it. "Don't give me any of that 'Here's why this is lame.' This is my senior prom, and you two are gonna ride." Ephram and Amy grudgingly nod their consent. Irv starts in again: "There are things that should never be uttered out loud. And there are things you've got to hear to believe." Amy says of the Promebago, "It could be fun under the right circumstances." Ephram: "Sedated?" Irv interrupts, "But the ones that stay with us..." Ephram complains that he's going to have to hire a date. Amy starts, "Well, if you're really worried about it..." Aaand Irv again: "...are the things we long to say...but don't." Did y'all get all that? Amy wants to ask Ephram to prom, but is scared. Whew! Thank God for all that intercut narration, or we wouldn't have known what was going on! Ephram goes off to class, leaving Amy to think about her chickenshittedness alone. Credits.
Diner. Patch and Rinda are eating breakfast together. Rinda tells Patch about the dinner party she's having for all of them. Patch asks what the occasion is, and Rinda says she just wants a good dinner for her family. Uh huh. Treat walks in for coffee, and notices Patch and Rinda. As he starts to walk over, Patch rolls his eyes so hard they fall out of his head and into his coffee. Treat bids them good morning. Patch ignores this. Rinda quietly tells him, "Hey." Aw. Treat tells Rinda she looks good. Patch: "Thank you, Roxanne just cut my hair; we went a little shorter for spring." Hee hee. Treat gives Patch a look, and says he should probably be heading back to his office. Patch: "Yes. Good. Shoo." Rinda says bye, and Patch tells his sister that Treat should be forcibly removed from the town. Rinda says it doesn't matter. She asks Patch if she could stop by the office the next day to pack up some of her things. Patch says there's no rush, since their office is already closed. Rinda says she doesn't work there anymore, for one thing. Patch tells her not to let one meeting with Treat tilt her world out of perspective. Rinda gets huffy all, "I'm not a doctor here anymore, I'm not a citizen in good standing anymore, and I'm not dating Andy Brown anymore, so back off and let me pack my shit, BRO."