Which there are a lot of benefits to that, but on the other hand it means you're never actually having sex, because you're doing them this favor. Handjobs and fingerbanging have always been one of the Five Love Languages, but once sex becomes only a transaction -- if you're having sex for these other things and not solely for yourself because it's awesome -- you've lost track of things entirely and you are just getting fucked, and that's what a slut is. And you, and sex, are both way better than that.
So while that's playing out inside, Fiona and Tony are giggling outside, at their date's conclusion, and he finally gets it together enough to ask about Steve. She will never answer a direct question, but especially not about that, so she changes the subject to how much the little kids love Tony and his sirens and his movie star good looks and total cuteness, but Tony's not having it, and he asks again.
And what he is never going to get is that instead of telling him about Steve, what she's saying is that Tony has worth: Little kids love him, and little kids are at least 85% of her life, and so if she's going to let him in it's going to be because of what he represents, which is unconditional love and straight-and-narrow good boy activities, and please do not bring Steve into that conversation because he is also unconditionally loving but also a bad boy, and thus will always win, and this whole thing with Tony is just a bluff, but only if you make me say it out loud. Because when you put them both on the table, the choice is very stark and does not reflect well on Fiona, because she's essentially saying she doesn't really desire Tony because she is not good enough for Tony, which is all the way on the other side of the map from what's actually going on.
Luckily, Mandy comes speeding out of there with her raccoon eyes bleeding mascara, screeching and that, so Fiona and her weird accent in this episode don't have to continue with the acrobatics, and then she screams some pretty awesome things, running into her house: "Why is Mandy Milkovich crying? Who did what to Mandy Milkovich?"
Lip and Karen are lying under the El, watching it go by like stars, and it's very romantic. Lip asks why Sheila can't leave the house, and to her credit Karen's like, "Um, you want to talk about fucked up parents?" There is a hickey on her neck and it is not from Lip, but they have that whole deal figured out; he asks what it's like to have Frank in the house and the answer is: Weird. "It's only gonna get weirder," he says, and the trains go over, and they both scream until they black out, and it's so romantic.