Body Shoppe, Part Deux. Rico wheels in the Angry Young Man, and then Boss Man Milne sits up in his coffin in a truly creepy over-the-shoulder shot. "You've got to be kidding me," he complains. "What's he doing here?" AYM taunts his deceased boss for making the grievous mistake of actually firing him for cause, and then Rico taunts the Angry Young Man for making a giant hole in the back of his head. "Maybe I was trying to make a statement," responds AYM, not very convincingly. "Besides, it's really not my problem." "Oh yeah, nothing's your problem," snarks Mr. Milne. "You couldn't even show up to work on time." Hmm. Let's see here. Works in a call center? Frequently late with assignments? Blames everyone else for his problems? Oh, yeah. I think we've got another shout-out here. Thanks, Alan. You shouldn't have. "I don't know why I go to extremes," states AYM. "A guy can only take so much before he snaps." This just makes Rico even angrier than he already was. "Hey!" he shouts. "You know, we all have to deal with a lot of shit, all right? But when I snap I throw something, or punch a wall, or say 'fuck' a few hundred times. I don't pick up a shotgun and start killing people." "Yeah?" asks AYM, with an evil knowing smile. "So far."
Freddy Rodriguez: I want a fucking raise, fuckwad.
Alan Ball: Fuck you!
Freddy Rodriguez: No, fuck you!
Alan Ball: Do you want me to send you back to fucking Oh, Grow Up? Because I fucking will. You'll be saying goodbye to fucking Hollywood in ten fucking seconds flat, fuck-boy!
In case you haven't noticed that Rico has been doing pretty much all the work this season, we now we cut back to the barbecue, where David tells the others that "it feels so good to sit here doing absolutely nothing." They make some small talk about Keith's job, but then Lisa stirs things up by asking how the couples counseling is going. Whoops. We get awkward looks from all three guys at the table, and then David tries to cover by saying, "We're not fighting so much. I mean, we never really fought...that much." "Nate and I never fight," claims Lisa, which Keith finds very hard to believe. Nate -- who is acutely aware of his husbandly duties this week -- immediately backs Lisa up on this assertion. He also says that having a baby in the house puts everything in perspective, and helps them keep things calm. Unless there's a Q-tip involved, of course. Then it's like two pit bulls with only one piece of steak. "You'll see when you have kids," Lisa tells them. "If we have kids," replies Keith. Uh oh.