Kim waltzes into Sam's room, where he's doing homework. She bawls him out for scaring her, and runs to the window to look out at Daniel. Sam demands that she get out of his room because of "all she did to [him]." She asks what she did to him, and he reminds her about finding "geek" written on his locker door. Kim clarifies that Karen was the one who wrote it, and that Karen is no longer her friend. Furthermore, Kim states that she's going to break Karen's arms, pull out her teeth with a wrench, and set her hair on fire. Whoa, those grease fire flames will be visible on the other side of town. Sam tells her not to hurt Karen too badly.
Lindsay looks through the house for Kim. Nick catches up with her and asks, "How's it going?" She repeats, "How's it going? It's going bad!" Nick tells her not to worry, because "those guys will make up." Lindsay is doubtful, and Nick says that she should calm down. She tells him that the night has been "really intense." He says that she seems "really tense" and tries to give her a shoulder massage. Lindsay stands there looking even more tense while Nick exercises his magic fingers.
Mom is in the kitchen washing dishes when Daniel walks in through the back door, eliciting a little scream from Mom. Daniel explains, "Lady, I'm not gonna hurt you, I'm just looking for my girlfriend." Lindsay hears Daniel and runs to the kitchen, away from Nick, who's hot on her heels. Dad comes into the kitchen and asks, "Lindsay, who's this punk?" Lindsay describes Daniel as a friend from school. To Daniel, Dad says, "Geez, kid, didn't you ever hear of a doorbell? People do have heart attacks, you know." Daniel responds, "Sorry, Pops." He asks Lindsay where Kim is. As soon as Lindsay says, "She doesn't want to see you," Kim appears and says, "That's right." So much for not wanting to see him. They begin yelling, and Daniel tells her not to be a bitch. Kim freaks when she hears that word, and they start pushing each other. Daniel maintains his innocence while Kim slaps him repeatedly on the face. After more slaps from Kim and more declarations from Daniel, Lindsay ushers her parents and Nick out of the room.
In the dining room, Dad demands to know who "these people" are. Lindsay takes the opportunity to introduce Nick. He shakes the Weirs' hands and tells them what a pleasure it is to meet them and that "Lindsay turned out great. So great. Congratulations." He asks whether they mind if he has a fruit roll-up, which he pilfered from the kitchen. Mom tells him to go ahead and enjoy it. They hear laughing coming from the kitchen; Mom thinks that Kim and Daniel have made up. Lindsay cautions her against going into the kitchen, but Mom demands to see the "happy ending." When she throws open the doors, they see Daniel pinning Kim to the countertop. Mom says, "Oh, my," and closes the doors again. Nick tells Dad that he likes his store and mentions a basketball he bought a few years ago, which still works. Dad just says, "Good." Nick pulls several fruit roll-ups from his pockets and asks if he may have them. Mom tells him to go ahead. Kim and Daniel come out of the kitchen, arm in arm. She thanks them for dinner "and everything." Lindsay wishes her good luck with her parents, and Kim asks whether she may leave her car there for the night. She promises to pick it up the next day and suggests that they all have dinner together again. Lindsay closes the door and tells her parents that she has "a ton of homework to do." She kisses them goodnight and goes to her room. Dad sighs, "This isn't good." Mom agrees.