Tommy arrives at Sheila's house. Sheila is holding a big bag of ice to her eye and sporting a magnificent shiner. Isn't Damien there? Tommy checks out Sheila's eye and swears. Sheila says that things were fine, but then Debbie totally lost it: "She starts talking about how annoying I am, and how needy I am, and how I always make everything about me, and how I'm a drama queen and the list goes on and on and on." Tommy scratches his head, clearly thinking that he needs to get Debbie's number so they can have an old-fashioned bitch session. Sheila asks Tommy to stick around for moral support. Tommy doesn't want to get involved, but agrees to stay for a bit. Sheila offers him a whiskey, and then remembers and changes the offer to soda.
Chief interviews candidates for Jeannie's nurse. The first is a proselytizing Christian. The second has a name that Chief can't even pronounce. The third is a man who likes skiing. The third is a punk-looking chick who emphasizes how much she needs the cash. Chief thanks them all for coming.
Tommy has a soda while he and Sheila sit in silence for a moment. Sheila asks if he's back with Janet, and Tommy says it's going great. Debbie picks that moment to come in, and Tommy quickly asks if she leads with her left or her right. Sheila points to her blackened left eye and says right. Debbie walks in and asks what's going on. Sheila nudges Tommy, and he says that they need to talk outside. Debbie looks like she's trying not to laugh, and Sheila gives her a look like, "We TALKED about this! Go!"
Once they're on the porch, Debbie immediately says that she didn't hit Sheila, and that Sheila banged her head on a closet on purpose to get Tommy there because Sheila still has a thing for him. Tommy says it makes sense, but that it's crazy. Debbie offers Tommy a smoke, and they sit down and discuss how hot Sheila is. Debbie even wants to share a high-five over Sheila's nipples, and Tommy uncomfortably complies. Debbie brings up how they were in bed recently and Sheila told her about a thing he used to do, and now Debbie wants to know how to do it. Tommy mulls it over and advises Debbie to get a pen.
Chief is still doing interviews. A woman walks in – she's Rose Atwell, the new neighbor. She brought over a pie. Literally, although I'm guessing at some future point that will also be symbolic.
Tommy leaves Debbie with a legal pad full of notes and wishes her luck. Sheila walks out on the porch, glances at the notepad, and tosses it into the bushes. Johnny calls Tommy and says that the signature on Kevin's letter is a match with Father Murph. Johnny and Mick are waiting for Kevin outside the church, and Tommy agrees to join them to confront Father Murph.