Frank comes in and dicks them around with his anti-lesbian man-pride crap, long convo about the size of his penis, and then their storylines connect: Bob has realized she can't have her Liam-baby until such time as Monica feels comfortable leaving, which won't happen until Lip and Fiona stop hating her, so that's Frank's new task for getting his money. Of course, even Frank knows that's impossible because the kids all hate Monica because she is imminently hateable, but in terms of blackmail it's smart. Outside, there's a guy following Frank with a camcorder but we get just enough information about that to set up a joke in the third act, and no more.
Ian and Mandy -- whose hair is truly awesome this week, it looks like something out of The Hunger Games -- have a tricky conversation about how Mickey's in County Juvenile. I'm confused as to why this happened this way, considering Mickey was the one that got shot, but with no help from the script I think what happened is, Mickey couldn't very well explain that Kash shot him for getting buggered in the stockroom by their shared underage boyfriend, so they just called it self-defense and took Mickey away.
Of course, Ian can't ask Mickey's sister about this as anything other than her BF/BFF -- she hasn't visited, "those dyke guards pat you down like amateur gynecologists" -- and she returns what seems like a fairly comforting question by asking how Kash is doing. Seems a couple of the Neighborhood Watch ladies came by and offered to throw him a parade for being the victim of whatever. Another thing that would make more sense in British.
"Kash had better move his family back to Baghdad before Mickey gets out," Mandy says -- she's still a Milkovich -- and Ian is appalled in an intellectual sense by this ("He's from Evanston!") but also can't tell her that her brother will not be retaliating. Unless he does, which would be funny. Lip comes strolling up and there is a flirtatious moment with Mandy that is horrifying to consider, and then the boys run off to investigate the doings of the moms.