Zip! We're in the school office, where Mark and Olivia are finding out about the kids' hot new roleplaying game and how Charlie won't go along with it. The principal helpfully points out something along the lines of "The fact that Charlie won't talk about her flashforward suggests bigger problems. Like, say. problems at home. How's that marriage? Any flashing forward to visions of deal-killing behavior or enthusiastic infidelity?" Both Benfords lie as they assure her they're solid, solid as a rock, that's what their love is, that's what they've got. The principal's like, "Has she discussed anything she's seen?" and when Mark says, "We're taking the 'She'll tell us when she's ready' approach," the principal's all, "Yeah, and how's that working for you? Oh, wait -- IT'S NOT." Ah, parenthood. It's the gift that keeps on giving -- to fault-finding acquaintances with shaky boundaries, anyway.
Mark and Olivia briefly confer about how to handle this, as Olivia's not keen on sharing her seminaked flashforward and Mark's not about to warn people he's planning a relapse. And oh my God, they get bogged down in Olivia's presumed adultery in the name of trying to hypothesize whether or not Charlie saw Mommy kissing someone else. Talk about being judged guilty before the trial ... Anyway, the scene ends with the two of them joking because those crazy kids are truly nuts about one another, and Mark vows, "It's going to take a lot more than fate if you want to get rid of me. We're going to beat this, Olivia." Awww! It's very sweet.