Fade back up on the DGDJ being drained in the Body Shop (StC = 1,529. After receiving a thousand-point bonus for repeated use of the phrase "fuck my legless grandmother," that earns the episode a solid "A" grade). As they work, Nate points out a mistake made by Rico, who explains that he only got two hours of sleep the night before. I so know how he feels. Anyway, Rico goes on and on about how Vanessa's sister showed up with a suitcase after a fight with her boyfriend, and kept him awake all night with the wailing and complaining. He also mentions (without providing details) that something else came through which allowed them to buy the house. Nate congratulates him, and then shifts over to the real topic of his conversation. After ascertaining that Rico and Vanessa have been together for eight years, he asks, "Do you guys…you know…pretty much…still have sex?" Rico laughs, and tries to play it off. He says that having two kids slows things down a bit, so now they're down to three or four times a week. "Wow. That's too bad, man," says Nate. Heh. Rico says that it's nothing like it was in the first few years, and that "you'd better enjoy it while you got it."
And then The Ironic Segue Fairy cuts us to David and Keith. At a racquetball court. Hmm. Foreshadowing much? Angry Keith angrily complains that he's angry about some guy who's gone over his allotted time on the court. Then David asks about Eddie, and all Keith can muster up is, "He's okay, I guess." Keith is more concerned about his sister, and whether or not she's using drugs again. He also exposits that his mother has come to town to help take care of her, and that everyone thinks he's overreacting. "I don't think you're overreacting," replies David, with a look in his eye that suggests he would claim that not even Hitler was overreacting if it might help get him back in bed with Keith. Keith keeps complaining, however, pointing out that Eddie hates racquetball because he has "poor depth perception." Really? And they let that guy intubate people? Whatever. David gives a little smile at learning that not everything is perfect in Big Black Sex Paradise.
School. No, a different one. This time it's Brenda in class, and man, is Brenda boring when she's by herself. The whole scene revolves around her arguing with a smarmy professor about whether or not the theory of natural selection is moral or blah blah zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. I am, however, fairly certain that Brian Austin Green is playing one of the students in the background. Given that Grant Show is about to make an appearance, who wants to bet that I'm wrong? Besides, nobody's seen that guy since Tiffani Thiessen dumped him anyway. The scene's one redeeming moment comes when a student asks a question about "bisexual genital rubbing amongst pygmy chimps" and how it pertains to modern human behavior. Heh. Sensing that she's been upstaged, Brenda stands up and storms out.