Joan's still messing with her clothes, rejecting a grey hoodie as she glances out the window and sees someone standing there: a man in a long grey coat and a grey hat with the brim pulled fairly low on his head. He's just standing there looking up at her window. Naturally, she freaks a bit, instinctively covering her chest with her hand and grabbing a shirt as she runs out of the room. Luke is explaining to Kevin, "You shoot these photons at a piece of paper..." Joan runs into the kitchen and announces, "There's a pervert in the yard!" Luke concludes, "And a pervert appears in the yard." She races outside as her father and mother follow her. As they leave, Kevin says, "Uh, um...if you need any muscle, just yell." ["I like the show so far, and I like Joan, but I kind of wish the show were called Kevin and Luke of Arcadia. I really like them both." -- Sars]
Outside, Joan shows her parents where the guy was standing and looking at her window. She insists, "He was here!" Her father crouches and touches the grass, as if he expects there to be a clue there. Her mother asks what he looked like. Joan says he had a dark coat on. Luke, eating cereal from the bowl he's brought out with him: "Pervert coat?" Joan insists again that there was someone there. Her father asks if she noticed anything else: "Did you happen to see his shoes?" Joan wises off that she thinks they were Gucci. Helen thinks it was probably their neighbour, Mr. Sellers, who's "overly involved with his gutters." Sounds plenty perverted. Joan says it wasn't him. She tells her mother about the voice she heard last night. Her mother says there definitely wasn't anyone in her room last night. Joan: "I'm not crazy!" Helen drags her inside to eat breakfast. Luke: "'Please excuse Joan from first period. She was hallucinating.'" Joan: "Shut up, weirdo." Luke: "Oh, I'm the weirdo?" Helen decides that's enough and pushes Luke inside, suggesting they eat a civilized family breakfast. Luke: "Always good to try something new!" Joan stays in the yard and turns to her father, saying, "I saw him, Daddy." He hugs her and they go inside.