Next door, John and Riley are just arriving home. Riley is making fun of the groceries for some reason, and John says his mom's "not much of a cook" and Cameron's "not really into food," which probably sounds to another teenage girl like bulimia. The phone rings, and John declines to answer, saying that if it's important, they'll call his cellphone, which means Riley busts his chops on how important he thinks he is, and answers the phone for him, all "Baum residence," and maybe Chrome Artie could give her a hard forearm to the skull.
"It's your neighbour," says Riley, giving him the phone. John takes it, and Bonnie from Family Guy tells him there was a guy at her place looking for his sister, and she didn't get a good vibe from him at all. Just then there's a knock at the Connor Compound door, and John inches forward to see who it is. Pesky kids collecting money for Jump Rope for Heart? No, just Chrome Artie.
John grabs Riley's arm and tries to pull her out the back door, but Riley, as seems to be becoming routine, insists on making herself as much of a pain in the ass as possible, and says she'll get rid of him. John can't even stop her, so she sashays to the door and says she's never seen the girl in the picture that Chrome Artie's holding up. Inside, John's grabbed a shotgun. He tries to pump it really quietly, but even the tiny "click" gets Chrome Artie's attention, whereas John and Riley loudly talking did not. "How do you like your new house?" Chrome Artie asks Riley before pushing past her inside. Riley gets indignant about this, but Chrome Artie pays her as much mind as you'd pay a cigarette butt on the sidewalk. He stomps into the kitchen, while John creeps around a bookcase, and analyzes the pictures on the fridge. "You're not in these pictures," he says, and Riley, admirably quickly, says, "Maybe that's because I'm the one taking them." She says if Chrome Artie doesn't leave, she's calling the police. Chrome Artie studies her face for a moment. "Thank you for your time," he says, and puts on that non-smile that gets funnier to me each time I see it. John slinks back around the bookcase as Chrome Artie walks out the door.
Meanwhile, Cameron and Sarah are talking to the poor, sad parents of Tristan Dewitt, whose name is emblazoned on a plaque that features a golden film reel and the words: "The Lightning in my Wires, 2nd Place, Sandusky Film Festival 1993."