In the kitchen, Rebecca tells Evelyn and Keel that Skeet left after they had an argument. "What was the fight about?" says Keel, and Rebecca just says, "The past," which is another line that takes on a whole new meaning by the end of the episode. She asks if Paul seems okay to them. Clearly he must, Rebecca. They drove all the way out here because Paul is fine. Keel notices the chopped onion on the cutting board. The onion's now black (although the rest of the vegetables seem fine, but weren't those for the pasta that they ate?). Evelyn says that Skeet's been under a lot of stress, but Rebecca says Skeet seems different, angrier. Speak of the devil! Here's Skeet, playing the "I'm okay, and also pleasantly surprised to see my pals!" card with Keel and Evelyn. And he cannot bee-leeeve that they drove all the way up here just because of the way he spoke to Evelyn (frankly, neither can I, but that's okay -- it's not exactly the most incredible thing that's happened on this show). Evelyn says she kept trying his cell phone but he didn't pick up. Skeet apologizes for being rude, and says he and Rebecca just needed to work things out and he needed some space. No biggie! And he's going to stay here a couple of days to help Rebecca get things sorted out. Hey, why don't you guys stay the night? If that's okay with Rebecca, that is. She's fine with it, since she's no doubt worried about being alone with Psycho Skeet. Keel declines the invitation, saying they just wanted to make sure everything was okay. He puts his hand on Rebecca's shoulder as he says it was nice to meet her, and here comes Skeet's stink-eye again! Keel and Evelyn leave, with Skeet apologizing again for worrying them. After they go, Rebecca says they seem really nice, and quite concerned about Skeet. "'Concerned'?" he says. "When they heard that you stayed out all night?" she says. He apologizes. "That's okay," she says. "No. I'm sorry I didn't do this," he says, and punches her in the face, knocking her to the floor. He squats beside her. "You know, next time you wanna hump somebody, make sure I'm not on my way home, sunshine. Let's see how many men you look at now," he says. He walks over to the phone and rips it out of the wall.
I'm sorry. Did he just say "hump"?
Next, "You Are My Sunshine" plays while Skeet hammers boards over all the windows. And she says he never does anything around the house! Of course, maybe this isn't what Rebecca had in mind. Especially since she's tied to the radiator while Skeet smokes and hammers. Commercials.