And here's me watching: "Hee. Everybody looks so embarrassed. Wait, what is he talking about? He didn't take his dad's money, though. So what is he saying? Wait. Is he saying ? No, he can't be saying that. They wouldn't let him suggest that some guy raped him. He is! No, he can't! This is primetime! On Fox! Owned by Rupert Murdoch! Nate got anally raped! Dude! This show is insane!" Nate regards George with -- you guessed it -- a smirk.
It's strangely disconcerting seeing a commercial featuring a father skiing with his kids right after this. I bet the folks on Temptation Island wouldn't mind giving it up for a coke binge, though. I bet that's how they got them on the show in the first place.
When we return, Nate tromps down the stairs to rub George's humiliation in his face. George menaces that obviously Nate wasn't listening to him. Actually, just about everything Philip Baker Hall says in this role sounds slightly menacing. If he said, "Have a nice day," there would be an unstated "or else" in the tone. Nate responds that George brought Nate into the world, and if he wants to be rid of his wayward son, he's going to have to do it himself. George menaces, "I just might do that." Nate turns to walk away; Jennie runs up to him and begs him to tell her that he's not gay. Regressing already, are we Jennie? I thought you had gotten over your bad-boy phase. Nate ignores her and walks off.