I looked up "stermy" in the dictionary, but it wasn't there. Maybe she meant "sterny." That's not there either.
Shot of boy walking up stairs continuing his commercial. "Dad, you seen my Airwalks?" "What are Airwalks?" "Shoes." "Can't help you." Cut to weird scene of superimposed bodies and longing glances that states quite simply in the voice-over that Mom is sad that teenage daughter (who now has a name: Meghan) is going to college. Back to our commercial brought to you by Kenny. "Fact: My Airwalks are missing. Probability: my brother took them." He mentions "serious contraband" in brother's room. He mentions to mother Mary in passing that he "heard Cameron puking up a lung or something last night." Thank you, Ferris Bueller. Mother turns in her sexless daze toward the brother's room. "Airwalks?" Kenny says to Meghan. "Nope." No wonder we haven't had a commercial break yet. Fade to white to some builder guy talking builder talk to Mitch. Mitch says to go ahead and do the builder stuff. Mitch and Grandma exchange a knowing glance that I'm not in on. Mom calls Cameron's name and walks over to his bed. "Cam, honey, are you okay?" "Cue the girl," I think. And then she pokes her head out. She's a clinky girl -- you know, the kind with lots of bracelets? So it's safe to assume the writers will make her out to be an idiot, and we don't have to have anything vested in her. Cameron introduces the girl (who looks like Georgia from Ally McBeal) as Gabby while he's in bed with her; she's topless and he's wearing a t-shirt. Maybe Cameron's got a pimply chest.
Dad is talking to us, but he's really talking to someone else. Brace yourselves, here comes the show's worst line. Off-camera voice: "You've been a wreck all morning." Mitch: "Oh, I don't know. There's, there's something about Mary." As I'm reeling from that horrible joke and bracing myself for more ("When Cameron was in Egypt land..." "Oh my God! They killed Kenny!"), we see that the guy talking is David, the man from Mary's fantasy. He tells Mitch to have an affair. He talks about the Laker girl he's screwing. There's a few dumb lines about whether "they" want you to call "them" Orientals or Asians. Doesn't develop character and doesn't make me laugh. Wasted another thirty seconds of my life. David has huge nostrils.