Charlie is on the phone when Kirsten comes home from work and asks what's going on. He tells her that three guys called in sick to the factory. Kirsten meant what's going on with his designs. Charlie says that he can't figure out how to produce them with the money they have available. He also says he was up half the night "stressing about the Daphne thing." Kirsten says that Daphne is a big girl, and if she wants to move in with Luke, she can. Charlie asks what it means for Diana, because Luke seems great but they don't really know him and neither does Daphne. Also, Charlie was reading about Kirsten's surgery, and he learned that she could damage her bowel or bladder, and that she will be at greater risk for an ectopic pregnancy. Kirsten tells him not to worry, that having the surgery means that she will get checked every month. She reminds him that this project could launch him. Charlie tells her to get off his stinking back. Well, he doesn't, but I would have. Instead the phone rings, and Charlie answers it, while Kirsten drinks her tea and looks worried.
Owen is sitting at the kitchen counter, and Victor asks him how it went with Morgan the bully. Owen says he got his shoes back, and shows them to Victor. Victor congratulates Owen, who stands up and reveals that he's not wearing any pants. He says Morgan "said something about the flood being over." Victor asks Owen if he gave Morgan the "Victor Krispies," and Owen pulls a crushed-looking treat out of one of the shoes.
Claudia is standing on campus, looking at a map. A guy approaches her and introduces himself as "Peter Carlton, your student host." Claudia talks about the way Julia has been bugging her, and Peter commiserates, since his father is an alumnus and bugged Peter on his campus visit as well. Claudia tells him that she's marked the map with all the places she wants to visit on the tour. Peter reluctantly says okay. Claudia tells him that the places she chose were all recommended. Peter says he can give her the "standard freshman tour" of a bunch of "boring buildings," but that it won't tell her anything about what the college is really like. Instead, he offers her the "insider's tour," and Claudia agrees.