Bill is kicking back with his next helmetful of beer, still watching television, and he says, "Careful, careful J.R., it's a trap."
Then the really old dude almost starts a fight with Ken who accidentally bumped into him. The old dude head butts Ken in the stomach and calls him "fat boy." Daniel pulls Ken away before he kills the old dude, and the situation is diffused.
Next, Sam answers the door to Cindy and her cousin Beth, who is visiting from Boca Raton. Does Boca Raton mean "rat mouth" or something? Anyway, Beth wants at the beer and Cindy declares that she's the designated driver. Bill appears at the door, obviously drunk, and he gives advice to Sam on how to deal with Cindy, based on a "monkey show [he] saw on PBS." Bill tells Sam to be the "dominant monkey." Sam realizes that Bill is drunk, so he sends him back to his room. Bill says, "That was pretty dominant."
Lindsay wanders around looking for Daniel, then she discovers him making out with Kim, in her bedroom, on her bed. She walks away totally dejected and goes outside to talk to Nick. He explains to her that Daniel and Kim "break up, like every week." He tries to jolly her into having a good time, and they end up hugging and he promises to help her clean up. She seems to take some comfort from him until he ends up fumbling under her shirt, with her bra strap. Bad move, Nick. She yells at him and goes in the house. He calls after her with an apology. As well, he says, "I'm really wasted. John Bonham died!"
Back inside the house, Lindsay storms into her parents' room and Neal follows her. They begin to talk and Lindsay tells him that she hates her life. He points out that she's beautiful and that the world is her oyster. Um, don't mention oysters to someone who is drunk, or even someone who thinks she's drunk. She ends up hugging him and whining that she "wished [she] never had this party." Neal continues to comfort her.
Out in the living room, Sam eyes Cindy, and Nick asks him to tell Lindsay that he is sorry. Some of the other guests loudly engage in a chugging contest.
The noise causes Lindsay to wonder "what the hell is going on out there." She tells Neal that she didn't want to have the party and that it was "all Daniel's idea." Lindsay wants everyone out but she thinks that she'll look lame for kicking them out. Neal tells her that, "That Daniel guy, you can do better than that." He goes on to tell her a sob story about a bad party he had in the sixth grade. Someone knocks on the door to ask for another "five bucks from everybody, we're going to get another keg." Lindsay freaks, no pun intended, and Neal suggests that she call the police, pretending to be an angry neighbour, because that's what his "dad always does." Neal pours his heart out about his feelings for her and it just makes her cry more. D'oh! Neal phones the police himself and says, in a totally funny, pseudo-adult voice, "Yes. Hello, police? Yes. Hi. There's a very loud and annoying party going on next door. It's been going on forever. I'm very tired and I'm old, and I need my rest. I've got to work tomorrow. Yes, it's 13 (G)nome Drive. Yes, please hurry. I'm so tired." I don't know if that street name refers to the elf, or the Alaskan city, but either one is pretty amusing. Lindsay thanks him then gives him a hug and a peck on the cheek.