Once Candy is gone, Lou walks across the street to where Sandra is lurking. Before he can explain a thing, Sandra grabs him and starts making out with him. She pulls away and tells Lou to call her tomorrow, and then walks off.
Franco arrives home and appears shaky and sweaty. He downs some water. Laura says hello and reports that Keela is still awake and asking for Franco. Laura lightly asks about the NA meeting, since Franco hasn't really talked about it. Franco begs off and tries to walk away. Laura pulls him back and says that not talking got him into this mess in the first place. Franco wonders what he's supposed to talk about, because he's completely obsessed with a "tiny white pill." Franco stops talking and winces, either from nausea, or pain, or dizziness, or some other withdrawal symptom. Laura expresses concern, and Franco tells her it's been happening since he quit the drugs. Franco doesn't understand how "almost losing [his] little girl ain't enough to make this go away." Keela calls out, and Franco takes off, leaving Laura there looking pained.
Franco goes into Keela's room and sits next to her bed. She asks him to lie down with her, but Franco says that he can't sleep tonight because he's afraid. His voice breaks as he admits it. Keela says, "Lay down. I'll keep you safe." Franco lies down next to her in the bed, and Keela puts her little hand over his neck as Franco cries.
Tommy enters the House of a Thousand Cats and finds Teddy eating steak ice cream. You heard me. Teddy explains that it's called Beefstachio, and that he offered it to Ben & Jerry's but that they weren't interested. Tommy's kids are all asleep. Teddy asks if Tommy saw Miami Mike, and Tommy says that he didn't because he had "more important things to do." Like what? We know Tommy didn't make it home in time to pick up his kids, so what has he been doing since he got the phone call? This episode is confusing. Teddy predicts that, without his stash, Tommy will be in for a long night. Tommy sits down in a chair and stares at his sleeping children.