Weird cut to a new scene of Derek and Chloe walking out. Chloe is saying that "expectant mothers are a hormone factory," and sometimes their "maternal instinct gets mutated." Derek asks about Ted, and Chloe says that it could be a "shared delusion." She's going to call Social Services (which Derek could have done himself yesterday), but it might take them a while to intervene. She suggests that Derek and Jason stay with them. Chloe says Ted and Daphne might "try to prove their delusion by doing something dangerous," and she makes Derek promise to call the professionals if things start "going south." Chloe morphed from young Connie Selleca into Charlotte from Sex and the City in this scene. The resemblance was striking. That girl is like a chameleon.
Day turns to night. Ted, Jason, and Derek watch an old movie on TV that is probably about weird things happening, but I didn't see enough of it to tell you what movie it was. Ted asks how Derek got into this line of work. Didn't he watch last weeks' episode? In the background, there's a really obnoxious commercial for "Duppy's Gas-n-Go." It's so loud that it must be a plot point. Derek says his brother died, and he picked up where his brother left off. Ted asks about Jason, who says that he's "just in this for the health-care benefits." Yeah, still not funny. Piano music starts up in the background, and Ted says, "Oh my God!" and gets up. Derek and Jason follow. The clock reads -- wait for it -- 3:13. Jason-cam follows Ted to "the rec room," where they find Daphne furiously playing piano. It looks like Jennifer Aspen is actually playing, or she at least does a credible job faking it.
Cut to some guy from the university watching the video on Derek's computer in the Freakylinks offices. He asks if Daphne has ever played before, and Derek says, "Husband says the only thing she knows how to play is the kazoo." Buh dum bump. Thank you, ladies and gentleman. Derek Barnes. He'll be here all week. University Guy says that they had a woman at the university who could play by ear. Lan pipes up and asks if Daphne is actually playing something. University Guy says that it's "a pastiche," or "bits and pieces of almost every piece of classical music written in the past three hundred years." Come on. Every piece? That's just not possible. He focuses on one part of the song that doesn't really fit -- it's like a little jaunty Stephen Foster number in the middle of all this classical stuff. Then University Guy notices that Daphne is playing a song written to be played by four hands, and she's playing all of the parts, but with two hands. Lan tells Derek he needs to look at something on her computer. Porn? Just a guess.