Joan's hears someone "psst"-ing her from behind a bookcase. She peers through it and sees Judith, who's there to tell her she's having a party at her house on Saturday night because her parents are going out of town. Joan can't believe her parents are leaving her alone for the whole weekend. Judith: "They're shrinks, remember? They're all about giving me space and letting me learn from my mistakes." Are there any TV shrinks with well-adjusted children? Particularly, are there any TV couples who are both shrinks and have well-adjusted children? Because I can't think of any. ["Me neither." -- Sars] Joan reminds her she just got expelled, and wonders whether she really wants to risk getting in more trouble. Judith: "Look, at camp they told us we're supposed to find creative ways to integrate ourselves into our social environment, right?" Joan: "Yeah." Judith: "So we're sixteen. Isn't this what we're supposed to do?" Joan glances around and sees Mrs. LandingGod browsing. She marches over to her and says, "I told you I am done with you." Mrs. LandingGod says, "Here's one of the books your mother wanted," and starts rambling about Thoreau. Joan snatches the book out of her hand and says, "You just can't stop, can you?" She starts pushing her out of the store: "Get out! Out!" Mrs. LandingGod doesn't resist. Sammy 2.0 wants to know what's going on; Joan explains to him, "She was stealing." She yells down the street after her, "Next time, I'll call the cops!" Heh. I guess she didn't buy that "technically, everything is mine" jazz. Sammy 2.0: "Good work." Judith and her Plum Fedora of Attention Whoredom and Neediness come to the door, and she waggles her eyebrows at Joan, who replies, "Let's party."
After the commercials, Joan's in the garage helping Kevin by getting a box down from a high shelf. As he wheels away with it to a table, she comments that he's like a "human dolly." Kevin replies, "Yeah, I have many new uses now." Joan says she didn't mean to rag on him this morning: "I was going for Mom, and you just sorta got caught in the crossfire." He says it's cool: "I think we're all pretty tightly wound." He pulls lots of jock paraphernalia out of the box, as she wonders what he's looking for. He's after his yearbook. Joan: "Cutting out pictures of Andy?" Kevin says he just needs to see him: "I need to see who the hell my best friend was." He flips through the yearbook as Joan comments, "He was a dork. He used to pick me up and spin me around over his head. I should have ralphed on him." Kevin: "You loved him. We all did." Joan: "He's a bastard now." Kevin looks at candid shots and sports photos of himself and Andy as he muses, "Sure seems that way." Kevin announces that he's going to go see Andy: "I need to find out why he's doing this." Joan: "Kevin, he's suing us. You can't go see him." Kevin: "Who says?" Joan thinks: "Like…every law show on TV." Kevin asks if she'll tell their parents. Joan: "Oh, yeah, I'm dying to get in the middle of this one." They go back to looking at the yearbook. The scene closes on a candid shot of Andy and Kevin goofing around. They look pretty happy together.