The door opens and Mitch and Meghan walk in. He says they'll talk more about it in the morning. She walks up the stairs. Mary asks if Meghan is okay. "Outside of [sic] being grounded until she's thirty, yeah, she's okay." Mary says she doesn't remember the house being so quiet. Mitch says that if they can get through tonight, they can get through anything. Bring on another eighteen years. "It'll be good." It doesn't sound convincing, and Meghan looks guilty listening at the top of the stairs. Cameron walks in as Meghan walks to her room. "Hey," he says. "Hey?" Mitch asks. Cameron flips back his cool hair. "Is Meghan here?" "Yeah, I just picked her up. You mind telling me what the hell you're doing coming back at this hour?" "I totally screwed up," Cameron says. "That 'Rave,' I mean, that wasn't even the worst mistake that I made tonight." He says that he's going to spare them the trouble of grounding him. He hands over his car keys. Mitch says it's really late and he doesn't feel like talking about this tonight, but to expect a long conversation tomorrow. Cameron walks off to bed. "Another eighteen years?" Mary sort of asks. Mitch gives her an eyebrow. We pan up to the staircase window, which suddenly becomes frosty and then turns to sunlight. Okay.
Elizabeth "Remember me?" Green is going through the World's Largest Kitchen's cabinet. She's searching drawers and doors until Mary throws down a pack of cigarettes. "You're smoking again." "No, not really smoking, I'm just sort of smoking." Mary starts mothering her mother and asking why she's doing that. Elizabeth says that it's been so many years, but since there have been so many changes in the past year that it feels good to go back to something familiar. Mary says that's the worst excuse she's ever heard and that she doesn't like her mother smoking, but if she has to she can't do it in the house. Elizabeth says that Mary being pregnant is a great incentive and she tosses the pack away. Great subplot, guys.