Sam is sleeping on the couch when she hears a voice whispering her name. She opens her eyes to find Chloe looming over her. Chloe: "Todd is mine. Go near him, and I'll destroy you." Commercials.
It's morning. Sam is sleeping on the couch when a sharp bang causes her to wake with a start. She feels around for the bullet hole, and then realizes the sound came from the kitchen, where Chloe is juicing an orange. Chloe is all smiles as she offers breakfast to Sam and hands her a glass of juice, but there's a definite undertone of menace. Sam hesitantly accepts the juice, but announces that she'll drink it after she builds up a thirst. And then she dumps it in a plant as soon as Chloe's back is turned. Todd, who has been standing there reading a newspaper, tells Chloe that he'd like to be alone with Sam so they can talk. Chloe leaves, but not before making these weird growling and meowing sounds. Sam hustles over to Todd, clearly planning to tell him about Chloe's nocturnal mission. But he's more interested in telling her how upset he is that she sneaked into his bedroom and threatened Chloe. Which is what Chloe told him happened.
A puffy, bedraggled Regina wakes up on a sofa. She's wearing a toilet-paper beauty queen sash, and quite a bit less makeup than she was wearing the night before. And then she sees a giant rabbit statue sitting in the middle of the living room. In a chair, Dena makes a snuffling sound as she wakes up and blearily looks around. She takes in the rabbit, and then sees a large drawing of the matchbook turtle on the wall. The medium is either Sharpie or mascara. The two of them exchange guilty looks, and then Dena (her hair standing up on one side of her head), starts to tell Regina, "Well, thank you for a lovely..." Regina cuts her off: "Please don't."
Back at the apartment, Sam is following Todd into the living room and trying to convince him that Chloe is the one who issued the scary threat. Sam appears to have stopped off at the gym between the kitchen and living room, because her arms are pumped. Todd doesn't believe a word Sam is saying, telling her, "You're so jealous you can't see that Chloe is a sweet, caring person." Sam, laughing: "Oh boy, do you have a type!" What type is that, you ask? Well, it's the mean, scary, manipulative woman type, also known as the Sam type. Or more precisely, the Bad Sam type. Todd thinks the fact that Chloe wanted to make breakfast for Sam is proof that Sam is wrong; Sam tells him that if she was going after Chloe, she wouldn't be cooking breakfast because "she would be a blubbering mess." Just then Chloe opens the door to the living room. She's a blubbering mess, holding her fuzzy in her hand. I mean, her koala bear. Its face has been surgically removed, with purple dye smeared around one eye. Sam disclaims any feelings of ill-will towards Chloe's fuzzy. Again, referring to the koala. Well, sure, maybe she doesn't hate the koala -- but was she eying the same patch of eucalyptus? Todd tells Sam that he knows she has to stay at the apartment, but he really wants her to stay away from him and Chloe. Wow, Sam must be charging him a ridiculously low rent if he's willing to stay in the apartment after this. Sam tells the koala, "You're lucky you don't have eyes, because it is going to get ugly around here." Commercials.