At the Weirs' house, Mom and Dad say goodbye to Mr. Andopolis, who thanks them for letting Nick stay. After his dad goes out to the car, Nick asks if they're sure they don't want to adopt him. Mom tells him to stop by any time. Nick thanks them again and leaves.
Back at the party, Sam and Cindy go into a bedroom to "talk."
In the laundry room, Vicki warns Bill against trying anything with her. Bill points out that she is being very jerky because he has no desire to kiss her. She apologizes for her behaviour. Bill asks what it is like being pretty. They actually have a conversation and get to know each other a bit better.
Lindsay tells her father that what he did for Nick was very nice. He apologizes for not talking to her the way he talks to Nick but he explains that since she is his daughter he worries every time she is out of his sight. Lindsay says that she can't stay inside all of the time. Dad says, "I know. [beat] Why not?" They both laugh and Lindsay gets up to hug him. It is a very sweet moment.
Back in heaven, Vicki and Bill laugh and then she says, "What the hell," and grabs Bill. Their making out is accompanied by Bob Seger singing, "Some day lady, you'll accompany me." Somehow, I don't think Bill is too chagrined to be experiencing French kissing for the first time. I guess it could be worse and Bob Seger could be singing about "points all her own, sitting way up firm and high," in which case Gwen would have had a seizure by now. I know the show is set in the Detroit area and Bob Seger is from there, but, come on!
Bob Seger is still singing when Sam asks Cindy if he can kiss her. They start to kiss and she pushes Sam onto his back on the bed. Then she gets up to turn off the light.
Neal pounds on the laundry room door to inform Bill and Vicki that their seven minutes were up five minutes ago. They're oblivious to his shouting and keep kissing. Neal keeps knocking and saying, "Bill, hello. Hello, Bill."