Oh, how I missed the opening theme song. "Family!"
Mitch is at the doctor's office with Mary. We know it's a doctor's office because there are sixteen x-rays behind him of various chests and brains. Not Mitch's, of course, but it makes things look more official. Mitch tells the doctor that he passed the breath test, but he failed all of the motor skills tests for the sobriety test. The doctor asks if Mitch has been having any problems with mobility. Mitch says that he fell the other day. Mary interrupts with a, "You didn't tell me that," as she fills out another page in her, "Keeping Constant Track of Your Family's Every Breathing Moment" journal. Mitch said he thought nothing of it, and that he was just being klutzy. Mitch says he gets the occasional headache, but he takes an aspirin and then he's fine. The doctor asks how work is going for him. Before Mitch can inhale, Mary tells the doctor that Mitch is under "a lot of stress." Gee, I wonder how that's possible. The doctor says that Mitch was just fine four months ago at his last physical. He says that this is probably just stress, and the first signs of hypertension. He tells Mitch to try some simple lifestyle changes (rest, exercise, diet) before they try any medication. He tells Mitch to come back in next week, and to try not to drive until then. Mitch says that's impossible, but Mary interrupts to say that she'll make sure he doesn't drive. The doctor says this is all just a sign of getting older. Mary gives Mitch the "So, shut up, you old coot" look. "We're yet to find a cure for the common birthday," quips Heir Doctor. Yuk, yuk, yuk. As the doctor leaves, Mitch complains that his grandfather was ninety before they took his license away. Mary says that it's just temporary. Much exhaling.
School Without Classes. Greens-Only Staircase. I can't believe that these kids just sit on the bottom stair at a school with fourteen hundred kids and not one of them kicks their spines or shouts, "Move, asshole!" Kenny and Cam sit together as Kenny whines, "He's tall, good looking, biceps as big as my head and I find out later lucky bastard's even hearing impaired." Nice. Cam digs into his big bag of wisdom (it's inversely proportional to the size of his ears) and says that being dumped "sucks." Kenny says he doesn't recall Cam ever getting dumped. Cam says he has two words for Kenny: "Jo. Die." I think he meant "Slut. Girl," because that's two words, but they can't just call her Slutgirl without mentioning us, so there you go. Cam tells Kenny that they need to "get back in the game." And that they need to "hook up with some women." He tells Kenny he knows this great place where you can "smell the strawberry lip gloss." Kenny says he knows about this place, called The Pit, and that it's only for upperclassmen and the "terminally cool." He reminds Cam that he is a member of neither group. Cam slaps him on the back and says, "It's up to you, bro," and walks off. Kenny leaves as well.