Cut to Rick in his t-shirt and boxers, sitting on the edge of the tub rubbing some kind of ointment into his feet. Ew. Lily complains to him from the shower about how awkward it was having Will Gluck and Judy run into each other. She says that Will wouldn't even look at Judy. "God, talk about ice damage!" Lily says, emerging from the shower wrapped in a towel. "Why, does she owe him money?" Rick asks. Oh, be still my heart. Lily flicks him with a nearby towel and then gives him a look. He gives her one back. Somehow, he deduces that Judy and Will knocked some boots. Lily says that it was very brief and adds, "It happened right in there," gesturing toward the bedroom. How does she know how long it took? "Why wasn't I told?" Rick demands. I'm not sure he's entirely kidding. And I'm not sure it's any of his business in the first place. He muses that he can't picture them together: "Will Gluck's such a nice, normal guy, and Judy's so..." Lily turns from the sink and shoots him a teasing stink-eye. "...So very nice also," Rick bullshits, weakly. Watch what you say about my girl, there, pal. You've been losing points lately for a lot of your so-called jokes. Pretty soon, it'll be you in my crosshairs instead of Lily.
Cut to the two of them in bed, where Rick's reading the paper and Lily's brushing her hair. Rick folds down the paper and announces, "You have to call Jake." "About Jennica?" Lily asks. About the ice damage. Rick says that Lily shouldn't have to pay for the whole thing, and that Jake is supposed to pay for half, isn't he? Lily says that, technically, he is, but she knows he's having problems. Wow, that's very decent of her. I'm impressed. No, really. "We all have problems," Rick assholes, not giving Jake an inch. Because the guy's only been through a hostage-taking in which his busboy shot himself, and the aftermath has sent his restaurant swirling around the toilet bowl. Rick then says that Lily has to stand up to Jake, that she can't "just let him walk all over [her]." Which, in Jake's defense, we haven't seen any evidence of lately. Jeebus, Rick, cut the poor bastard some slack. And here's an idea: since you're moving into this house, why don't you offer to pay for some of the repairs -- or, if that makes you uncomfortable, at least offer to lend Lily the money for now? God, is he still talking? Apparently, Rick has one more order for Lily: stop leaving the key under the mat. Okay, I'll give him that one. It is a dangerous thing to do. But it's still bugging me how he's telling Lily to do these things. Like she's six years old and there's no room for her to have an opinion.