Out in the hall, Camille asks Angela if that's "the same Rayanne that has the drinking problem?" When Angela realizes that Camille's buying the sick thing, she almost starts laughing again, but quickly assures Camille that "this has nothing to do with that -- I, I promise." Does Patty know Rayanne's there? "Oh, of course!" Camille decides to believe Angela, saying that if Rayanne's not better by that night, Angela should call her. Angela nods, smothering another giggle fit. Camille leaves.
B&B. Patty, lounging on a sofa in the lobby, chirps, "Hi again!" at Warren, the proprietor, and asks if anyone's called for her. "Not since the last time you asked, no," he snits. (Trivia factoid: the actor who plays Warren is a David Lynch staple most famous for playing Pete Martell on Twin Peaks, who died as a result of injuries sustained in a barroom brawl. You're welcome.) Anyway, Patty tries to make cutesy conversation with Warren, but he's having none of it. After he leaves, she starts to go back to her book, but she's interrupted by a young honeymooning couple with skates slung over their shoulders, who burst in through the front door and immediately start sucking face. They stop when they see Patty, and she smiles approvingly at them, but as they head upstairs to get busy, her smile fades (I should have made an MS Word macro for that phrase long ago, but it's really too late now), and we follow her gaze over to four pairs of lonely skates propped in front of the fireplace.
Back from the non-commercials to Angela, Sharon, and Rickie explaining the handcuff situation to a befuddled Danielle. As they tell her in bright tones of voice that "they're not even Mom and Dad's" and "they're like a toy," Danielle sulks, then interrupts them to say, "I'm not even interested." Relieved, the three teenagers get up and leave without another word, and DVO says, "Thanks. Now I'm interested." Heh. Danielle flops back on her bed.