Chez Haverchuck, Bill's chowing down on a healthy breakfast of Count Chocula when Biff walks into the kitchen clad only in an undershirt and a pair of boxers. Gloria comes in, tying the sash on her bathrobe as she looks coyly at Bill, which is a little weird and tacky, if you ask me. The Who's "Love, Reign O'er Me" plays in the background. Wow, maybe there's a second Who song that doesn't suck. When Bill sees Biff drinking out of a mug emblazoned with the name "Bill," it's the final straw. He gets up and leaves, while Gloria and Biff look at each other unhappily. I think it's safe to say the afterglow is over.
Later, at school, Kim and Millie are walking through the hall together in a chummy fashion. They meet up with Lindsay, and Millie asks whether Lindsay wants to join her and Kim for a trip to the record store; Millie wants to buy some Who albums so that she can sing along at the concert. Aw, she's so cute. Lindsay is shocked that Millie's parents would let her attend a rock concert, but Millie explains that since Goliath died, her parents have let her do pretty much anything she wants. Lindsay gets all protective, encouraging Millie to go home and study for tomorrow's Trig test. Kim rolls her eyes and starts to duke it out with Lindsay for Millie's soul. Evil triumphs, and Millie decides to blow off her Trig test and go to the record store. As Kim walks away, she reminds Millie to wear her big coat with the pockets. Millie, who really is a little too naïve for words, excitedly tells Lindsay how much Kim "loves" her big coat: "She's been talking about it all day!" Lindsay looks a little ill. Millie apologizes for having been suspicious of Lindsay's freak friends in the past. I didn't think it was possible for Lindsay to look any queasier than she did a minute ago, but somehow she manages it.
The Weir parents are sitting in a wood-paneled room -- they probably call it the rec room or something. According to the closed captioning, they're listening to the Who song "Squeeze Box." At first, the Weirs agree that the tune is "kinda catchy," but then the singing begins. Dad Weir hears, "Mama's got a squeeze box she wears on her chest," and asks, "Is it just me, or does that sound filthy?" Mom Weir tries to explain that it's about an accordion, but Dad is skeptical. When they get to the part about Mama going "in and out and in and out," Dad insists it's not about an accordion. He gets progressively more riled until he says, "'In and out'? In and off is what it's going!" He gets up to turn off the music.