Treat rows, bitching about the splinters in his hand and the lack of sea and breeze. Well, Treat, you could have just turned around and gone home. I don't know why you'd take that rickety contraption out, unless you're obsessed with finding Jason Voorhees or something. And looking at the surroundings, you just might. The boat springs a leak, and Treat starts bitching at his dead wife. Hey, let's all take a last look at Treat before he disappears around the bend. Soon, he's screaming, "I'VE MOVED INTO A SNOW GLOBE!" Most snow globes have snow, Doctor Crazy. The boat springs another leak, and he yells, "WHAT AM I DOING HERE?" Demonstrating how badly you need lithium?
Brown house. They're eating pizza, and everyone's equally miserable, which is certainly a first. I wonder how Ephram likes having company in his Basement of Brooding. Delia informs Treat that she needs a new jacket, as hers was stolen. Good thing it's still above freezing there. She goes on that she knows who took it, but he won't give it back. Treat asks who stole it, and she tells him that it's the same kid that took her yo-yo. Ephram: "Your yo-yo?" Heh. She says that she let him take stuff because she thought he'd be her friend, but that didn't work. Treat says it's not necessary to give stuff away to get people to like you. Delia asks why, then, he doesn't charge his patients, and he says that's different. Ephram: "Go on." Hee. Treat says they have to talk to Miss Violet, but Ephram counsels her to kick the bully's ass. Um, Ephram, I'm not convinced you could kick his ass. Treat: "That's not true. There's a proper way to deal with the situation..." Delia: "He took Mom's bookmark." Treat: "...and that's to kick his butt." Hee. This family moment is interrupted by a knock on the door. Treat gets it, and it's Walter. Oh, look -- and here we were talking about ass-kicking. Treat sarcastically says what a great time he had, but Walter doesn't pick up on his tone, takes the keys back, and sits down for some pizza. Jeez, Treat. France is harsher with its enemies. Nina appears in the doorway, and Treat starts to apologize, but thankfully they don't drag out the guy-doesn't-notice-that-the-pregnant-woman's-water-is-breaking-all-over-his-shoes schtick for very long. Treat asks Walter to look after Delia, and orders Ephram to come with him and Nina to the hospital. Walter says he can't, as he watches Oz that night, and that's got to be some sort of psychic shout-out. Treat's like, whatever, you're babysitting her, and it'll be The Wizard Of Oz on the TV. They leave. Walter: "That Oz gives me nightmares." Delia: "Me too." Hee.