During the commercial break, I have both.
Mitch makes the obituary phone call as Mary hugs him from behind. The three Green kids, who have Lo-Jacks that keep them from being more than fifty feet from each other at any time, enter and stare from the back of the room. The five-note Get Real jingle on oboe continues its sad song, but the guitar takes over. "Do you ever think about Dad dying?" Kenny asks. "I used to, sometimes," Meghan responds, and we see she's in a bubble bath. Kenny sits on the floor beside her in the creepiest scene FOX has ever aired. They discuss death and Mitch until Meghan gets freaked and tells him she "can't go there," and then kicks him out because she's starting to "de-bubble." Mitch is telling Mary that he's mad at Jeff. We see Joanne in an empty bed. Mitch tries to ask Mary if she thinks about him dying and she says she doesn't want to discuss it. For a family that always makes everything about them, they sure are making it annoying to listen to them not think about others and not talk about themselves. Mary cuddles Mitch in her sleep.
Sleepless Joanne clutches a pillow. I feel more empathy for Joanne in that second that I've ever felt for everyone in Get Real combined.
Mary's party is getting crazy. She asks Cameron, who seems to have given up his skateboard for his basketball, to do some faxing and phone calls for her. I guess she didn't read his PSAT scores.
Mitch and Mary are at Joanne's. Mary is telling Joanne how the reception is going to be, as if Joanne gives a shit whether the paté is going to be fresh. Mitch refills Joanne's water cooler bottle. Mary says "shmear" so we know that Mitch and Mary are down with the fact that Jeff and Joanne are Jewish. I wonder if every couple in Get Real have the first same initial, and that initial goes along with their religion. I guess Mitch and Mary are Methodist. Mitch is going to give the eulogy. Lily doesn't want to speak at the service. Joanne is the best actress this show has ever seen. She's tired and is aware of the bad writing. She talks about how she found Jeff's socks in the dryer. She mentions how they had sex in the shower. Mitch gives a creepy knowing look and kisses her on the head. She wonders who's going to change the water bottle now. She hands a CD to Mitch to play at the funeral, saying it was Jeff's favorite. Meghan open's Lily's garage door and interrupts her quiet moment but doesn't care. Lily is wearing Jeff's old shirt. She smells it and talks about how she was "Daddy's Little Girl." The garage was their private place. She touches his chair and talks about how much he loved it. She gets upset that he won't be there anymore to stick up for her when boys are mean, or like when she went through "that embarrassing Björk phase." We learn more about Jeff's character through Lily's monologue than the three minutes at the beginning of the show when he was supposed to win our hearts. Meghan interrupts her and gives her a hug. Meghan smiles.