Elizabeth is telling the doctor that she doesn't think she can go through Jeff's funeral. What is it with this family? How selfish can they be? Everything is about them. Their fears, their needs, their feelings! The doctor offers to go with Elizabeth. She says she needs to do it on her own. He says that's not how couples act. She says maybe she's not ready to be a couple. Ouch. Sorry, doctor. No more house calls. Whatever, this is Get Real. She'll be back in your arms in two hours. Cameron plays basketball and yells his commentary as Meghan think-talks: "I'm looking at the definition of ambivalence." We see her as she continues, "And you're looking at the definition of 'pissed off.'" Kenny is ignoring Rebecca's phone calls. He talks to Elizabeth about his fears of Mitch dying. She tells him he can't live that way or he's not really living. Meghan takes Cameron's basketball and throws it over the fence. He's mad because he just stole that ball from the school. She wheels around for the Meghan-Lays-Into-Cameron-For-Being-A-Selfish-Idiot portion of the show. This is the time when her lips sneer up; her voice trembles, and her hands push her hair back often so we know she feels frustration. She accuses Cam of being emotionless because he's walking around like this is "Pleasantville." "And I have to explain myself to you because?" Cam asks while pushing his hair back in astonishment. "Because Lily is my best friend," Meghan says, which should come as a shock to everyone. She says she's "feeling all capsized" and that Cam's got an amusement park for a brain. Cameron snorts his sweat into his nose and asks if Meghan wants to know what's going on inside his head. Does she really want to know what's going on, what's really going on? "I don't know," he enlightens us. He says he's just like Jeff. He's an original thinker, weird, funny, and lives in the now. "If you can't tell I'm grieving big-time right now then you don't understand anything about me or Jeff." Meghan thinks she might not understand anything about anything and she runs her hands through her hair to illustrate that emotion as we fade to white.
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