Chase Place. Graham comes home and tells Patty that Stefan Dieter is really hard to follow. Good move. Now she can be condescending and poke holes in Graham's self-esteem. First, Graham notes the drapes Patty is hanging and asks if she made them. "Yes," she says, "why do you sound so surprised?" Oh, but when it comes to his skills, it's time for doubt and second-guessing: "You mean for you to follow, or..." Graham's all, "What did I just say?" Patty's all, "No, I mean, could nobody follow him, or..." Graham, thinking he must not have been clear the first two times, says, "Why would only I have problems following him?" Patty does not get the hint, somehow: "I'm simply asking if it were possible that there were some people in the class who could follow what he was saying." Graham turns to go upstairs, showing remarkable restraint by not shoving Patty out the window. Parting shot: "And for your information, he's a lush. He's a drunken lout." Man, she's basically driving him into the Loud Lady's arms, is she not?
Pike Street. Friday night. Buffalo Tom, rockin' out. Angela, Rayanne, and Sharon all come inside. Graff is saying, "See? I told you. You've just got to put your thumb over the picture." Sharon is saying, "They're even cuter than on their CD!" Angela looks around for Jordan, but doesn't see him. Pike Street is hopping, though.
Chase Place. Krakow knocks, and Danielle lets him in with a sultry glance, leaning seductively against the door. Ew. Actually, she sneers and says, "She went to hear Buffalo Tom." Brian looks around in disbelief. Imaginary BVO: "Oh, that's just perfect. I mean, how insensitive can just one person, like, be, you know? It's like this time my uncle took me fishing, and when he saw this, like, attractive waitress at this, like, stupid diner or wherever, he made me sit in the car by myself for nearly three hours. I almost, like, passed out from the heat, and he didn't even care. Some people are, like, untouchable. I wish I was like that. I hate myself."