Average Guy is lifting weights and he tells Doc to say when. Doc is clearly not listening to him because he is lost in thought. A.G. says when for himself and puts the weight down. He awaits further instructions, but the Doc is still thinking. Finally, A.G. clears his throat and the Doc tells him to do "thirty-five miles on the treadmill." A.G. says he's tired of working so hard and not getting any "brownie points," and suggests that instead they do "mental things." He hauls out some old brain-teaser chestnuts. Just for your amusement, here they are: A plane crashes on the border of New York and Pennsylvania. Where do you bury the survivors? The answer is nowhere because you don't bury survivors. A.G. rattles this off without even giving the doc a chance to answer. The second one is that a guy is found stabbed in a cabin in the middle of the woods in winter, and next to the dead body is a puddle of water. What was the murder weapon? The answer is a knife made of ice, which then melted. The Doc looks about impressed as I am with these puzzlers. That is to say, not at all. The Doc suggests they call it a day, and they both get up to leave. The Doc stops and starts recounting the vignette we saw earlier about a woman, whose husband claims she is deathly afraid of heights, who climbs a three-hundred-foot tower and then lets go, and falls to her death. The impact was so great that there wasn't enough of her brain left to study. Gee, thanks for the gory details, Doc. A.G. makes fun of the Doc for being so interested. Doc says that fear serves as an inhibitor, and that without the presence of alcohol or drugs, he wonders what happened in that woman's brain.
Lisa is wearing a fetching black dress, and she asks Heather how she looks. Heather says, "Like a lamb to the slaughter," and tries to persuade her mother to fake being sick and not go out. Apparently, Lisa has been invited out on a blind double date with Roger and Mrs. Roger. Heather predicts that it will be "a train wreck." Lisa says that she has to go because Roger helped her get the insurance money. So that entitles him to be her pimp? There's something a bit unseemly about that. Heather tells her mom to call and say that Heather is sick, and that she'll make vomiting noises in the background. Then she demonstrates the vomiting noises, and they are very realistic! Kudos to Heather. Heather also wonders about "the guy with the egg," who I'm assuming is A.G. Lisa says he's a stranger. Heather points out that he lives at 63rd and Madison, that he works for the government, and that he looks like he was made by Mattel. Lisa says her phone isn't ringing off the hook. Heather says she should call him. Lisa says that she doesn't have his number. Heather says that she could go ring his bell. Lisa says good night. Heather calls out, "Are you afraid? Don't be afraid." See, there's that fear thing again. Also, how long has Michael Wiseman been "dead"? Why is Heather so anxious for her mom to hook up with a new man?