The doorbell rings again, and Daisy wonders if she's going to have an Oprah-style surprise reunion with her family. But it turns out the person there to represent her family is Stephanie, her ex-boyfriend Charles's sister. She looks super normal, hooray. Daisy tells us that Stephanie is like her surrogate sister. Bret's wig finds it a bit odd that Daisy's supposed ex's sister is there for her, but just goes with it for now.
Bret can't wait to get to know the parents, as it is one of his favorite activities. We flash back to last year's truly superb "Meet the Parents" episode, including Otis Connor asking Bret if he had hair underneath his hat. And whoa! Bret's wig last year was not nearly as lustrous as the full golden mane he's sporting now. Oh and then we see Heather screaming that she saw Lacey in flagrante dicksuckerio, and Otis launching into his signature phrase, which involves the words "my daughter" "sucking" and "your dick." Oh, the times! The times! They were so magical. This season sucks so hard by comparison, and not in the good sort of way referenced above.
Bret's wig asks the parents if they'd like some cocktails. Destiney's mother would like a white Russian, but Destiney's dad, Tommy, is cool with his Pepsi. Bret asks Tommy if he drinks at all, and Tommy tells Bret that he doesn't, because he has liver cancer. Aw, man. He continues that the doctors gave him until March. This hits Bret hard, and I have to confess that it did the same to me. You guys. This show has given me migraines. It has given me the phrase "dicksucker whorebag." It has, pending the blood test results, given me gonorrhea. But what it has never given me is a reason to shed genuine tears. BUT I TOTALLY STARTED CRYING. Whatever, I'm getting my period. But still. Tommy shows Bret a picture of his motorcycle, and the two of them talk about how much they love bikes. Tommy says he likes to go fast, and I cry some more. He just seems like the nicest guy. Bret is really enjoying Tommy as well, and says it means a lot to him that he came out to support Destiney.