Lisa is sitting on the bathroom floor painting her nails. Heather comes in, and Lisa tells her about her date with A.G. and The Doc. Heather is very excited to learn that her mother went to their house, and asks if it was scary. Lisa says, "I fear nothing!" somewhat jokingly. I wonder if this episode has anything to do with fear. Email me and let me know.
A.G. is hanging by his feet and doing inverted sit-ups. Every time he comes down, he tells The Doc to "call her" and The Doc says, "No." Finally, A.G. says, "I'll be your best friend." The Doc says that A.G. already is his best friend, and he's his only friend, and that he's not calling and they're not discussing it. The phone rings, and it's a guy in one of those crazy "Toys B Fun" trucks, who is staking out Lomax. Truck Guy asks The Doc if Lomax has a second job in oil delivery, because he just pulled up in a tanker truck. We see a shot of the truck, and it's blue with "Environmental Purification" written on the side in white letters. The Doc says he'll be right there.
Lisa has arrived at the restaurant, and tells the host she has a reservation for three.
The Doc and A.G. are in the car, and The Doc is on the phone with Truck Guy. Truck Guy informs him that Lomax is putting a bunch of powder in the tank of the truck, and now he's leaving. The Doc tells Truck Guy to stay with Lomax until he and A.G. arrive. The soundtrack sounds like some seriously cheesy Starsky & Hutch style music, featuring Chuck Mangione on flugelhorn. Truck Guy tells The Doc that Lomax is headed for the Tackaponick Watershed, and he can't follow him in the "Toys B Fun" truck without attracting attention. A.G. asks Doc where Lomax is headed. Instead of just saying, "He's going to try to contaminate the water supply," The Doc gets all dramatic and says, "Ubiquity."