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.
Meghan comes in and asks to speak with Mary alone. Elizabeth leaves and Mary says she's not in the mood for a fight. Meghan says she promises there won't be. "I know that there's not much I can say to explain last night, I don't even get it myself." "That makes two of us," Mary interrupts. Check it out, guys -- Meghan is about to have a breakthrough. "Um, Dad told me that the worst part of it was, um, I knew exactly what I was doing. I knew that you'd be worried, and he was right. And I'm sorry for that." "Well, I appreciate that you are sorry, and I accept your apology." Like she's Judge Judy. She goes on to say that she doesn't want to keep fighting and apologizing and that she doesn't know what to do anymore. Meghan's eyes begin to well. Come on, girl, I know you can do it. You can cry. You'll do it this time. Meghan says that she's gotten so used to fighting with Mary she doesn't know what else to do. "I just fight for like, no reason." Tears are about to fall off her eye. "I remember, just..." a tear falls out, "wanting to talk to you about everything. And I want to be like that again." Mary comes over to hug Meghan and congratulate her on her first on-screen tears. "Me too," Mary says. Good job, Meghan.
Cameron is on the phone. "Hi. You're mad." "Where are you?" "Home, thank God. They kicked me out, so, well, at least one good thing came out of last night." They kicked her out of rehab for doing drugs? Great program. Alicia goes on about how her dad is crazy and that she's sorry and that it'll never happen again. She says that her dad probably told Cameron all sorts of lies just to keep him away from her. She says he's crazy. Cameron says that she's wrong, and that she's the most important thing in her dad's life. He says he knows she was lying to him because she knew he'd believe her. "No," she says, "he's crazy." "I'm so totally sorry," Cameron says, and then hangs up the phone. He doesn't answer the ring.