The skanks are pouring shots all over each other's boobs and it reminds Frank of Karen's troubling nipples and then when he forces himself back to reality, there's Eddie sitting next to him. They discuss how he's fixing up the basement for awhile -- I like how Frank and Eddie never even thought to fight about any of this -- and finally Frank's like, "But okay, is my asshole ever going to stop hurting?" Eddie says no. I think Sheila is doing it wrong. "Advil's your best bet." One of the skanks comes up to hit on Kev and tries to get him into a threesome, which is where Frank starts paying just enough attention that he overhears Kev lying that he's getting married.
All hell breaks loose, he runs over to get Veronica's mom Carol, Kev's trying to shut him up and give him shots, but once mom's into it... "And to think I was over there drinking, worried about that missing boy. Who gives a shit about that now? My daughter's getting married!" It becomes a madhouse of celebration, never ending. At least they're not white-people dancing again, that would fucking kill me. I still can't handle that memory.
Cops bitching at each other, squeaking their slushie straws, Partner Mike (Mike? I think so) is needling Tony about not being in love with Fiona -- "Lot of kids over there, man" -- and a funny spastic moment where Tony points out Mike was only married for seven weeks and she got the house, and Mike screams My car's paid off! After just enough of a beat that it's really, really funny.
Sheila has done hit the roof. I don't know what's going on now, but her plastic face is forming words in weird ways, like a robot that has popped its clogs all, "Fiooooona. What a plezzzzzzent surprizzze! Do you want a d-d-d-d-drink? I've got a lot of boozzzzzze, nomixerzzz." She's like Max Headroom over here. Fiona admits she could use more coffee, and Sheila stares into space for a bit before Fiona offers to make the coffee. "Ohhhh, don't mind meeeee. I accidentally took three of my pills. Instead of one." Long weird face all by herself and then she remembers to notice Liam from a second ago when they came in. He's been sitting in the stroller, on top of the Superman cape. Which the show would have you believe is a big deal, except why would the parents care if he was missing his cape?