Cabin of dead grandfathers. Shelley walks in. Scene. Really.
Will leaves a message, apparently the first of many, for Maria. Don't bother, dude. David comes downstairs, and Will shows him a story in the paper about his arrest. David tells him they have a meeting at the bank in twenty minutes, like, I'm sure it was necessary to give him no time to prepare. Will makes a dumb joke.
Bank. Lewis tells Will that David impressed him with his honesty. Oh, did he tell you why he was late? There's a copy of the Gazette in plain sight next to Lewis's briefcase. Against Will's obvious wishes, David comes clean about the arrest, which might show strength of character, if (1) he hadn't already had the chance to tell him the night before, and (2) it wasn't totally fucking obvious from the goddamned paper in plain sight that Lewis already knew about the arrest. CANCELED! Anyway, of course Lewis already knew, and refers to the picture in the newspaper, although the paper having a stock photo of David is probably even unlikelier than it having one of Max. Whatever! David signs for the loan.
"Barbara Hershey" leads David to the grandfather's cabin. Shelley's fixed it up for him. He's happy, and Shelley hugs him. Sweet of her, if totally misplaced. The women leave. David tests how bouncy the bed is. I guess he misses Max.
Montage. Shelley's happy. "Barbara Hershey" tacks up the photo of her seventeen-year-old self. Of course, it could be a photo of Suzy Chapstick for all we know. Maria breaks up with Will, because he had the temerity to suggest that David be held minimally responsible for his actions. Whore, whore, whore. Will doesn't care, though. I would, because it would mean less shirtless Will, but CANCELED! David calls Max and thanks her for the ride. They have a nice enough conversation until David, going through his grandfather's scrapbook, finds an article about a boy who died in an accident. Max asks if he's okay, but he doesn't answer. I'd say DUN, but you know what trumps "DUN"? CANCELED! Woo!
Thanks for reading, y'all. I couldn't have survived even these two episodes without you.