Over breakfast, Jason asks his parents some questions about a lawyer they've asked him to talk to the next night. He wonders how they can afford a lawyer; his mom says he doesn't get paid unless they win a settlement. While his mom talks, his father (who clearly thinks the bitch done gone crazy) sort of shoots passive-aggressive looks around the room, trying to dissociate himself from her litigious ways. Whatever, dude. If you've got other ideas for how to get shit paid for, why don't you speak up? Jason's mom is worried about him being okay at home alone and leans in to hug him tightly. His father reaches out and they fist bump. His father has the most disgusting gelled man-bangs I've ever seen. They leave him be, and the camera pulls back on Jason, alone in this boring suburban house, at the dining table, a bowl of sad, soggy cereal in front of him. He just seems so trapped. But I refuse to cry, again, before even the next commercial break.
Cut over to school where Smash is rounding out his school day with a little testosterone-fueled sexual harassment. He calls after a girl, who's on a cell phone and neglecting to heed the man who is yelling at her like she's his runaway puppy. He calls her "new girl" until she pauses. She gives him a pointed look until he finally realizes that he knows her. "Waverly? Damn, girl, I don't know where you've been, but time's been good to you!" I'm not positive about my theory that she got sent to the XO Birthing Ranch because it seems upon rewatching that she's been gone for more than a year. Just then her ride pulls up and she greets "Daddy," who Smash then greets as "Pastor." Snap! Pastor's daughter!