S.S. Adultery. Summer tells Marissa how impressed she is that her father lives on a boat: "That is so Miami Vice." Marissa is surprised that Summer has seen Miami Vice. Since Summer is actually a teenager, and not a thirty-five-year-old woman like Marissa, that is surprising. But Summer explains that her stepmother "finds the pastel colors soothing." They knock on Jimmy's door, and when he answers, they ask if he has a generator and an extension cord. He's not sure that he likes the sound of that, but when Summer explains that "a Chrismukkah miracle hangs in the balance," he tells her where to find them. Well that's some fine parenting. Would he give his kids the use of a chainsaw or maybe some dynamite if they explained that they were also important to a Chrismukkah miracle? While Summer goes to get the gear, Jimmy berates Marissa for not calling Julie: "She's worried sick about you." Marissa is concerned with how much Julie and Jimmy have been speaking: "You're not, like, becoming friends or anything?" Jimmy asks if that would be so terrible. Marissa: "Yeah, for you." As the girls leave with the gear, Jimmy looks after them. Once they are a good distance away, he opens the door of the cabin and tells Julie that the coast is clear. What a shocking surprise! He asks Julie if she heard anything, and she tells him, "Please. That's almost a compliment coming from her." He asks her if they are making a big mistake, and she thinks that they are: "But I want to be with you." Then get a divorce, you big slut.
Aunt Lindsay is sitting on some big rock by the shore. Seth walks up behind her. She asks him what he's doing there, and he tells her that Renee told him he might find her there. He knows that she doesn't want to speak with any friends, but he tells her, "You and I, we're kin." She's not ready to accept that, but he has to point out that she's a Cohen: "Welcome to a life of insecurity and self-doubt." Actually, she's not a Cohen -- she's a Nichol. But whatever. She thinks it's a little early to joke, but Seth tells her that it's never too early to joke if you're a Cohen: "Sometimes, we'll just make the joke during the traumatic event." He tells her that despite how difficult the day's events have been, "[they] have a lot to be grateful for. Most of all, that [they] didn't start dating." She agrees, saying "that would have been gross on several levels." He tells her that she's demonstrated that she really is a Cohen, and gives her a Christmas stocking. She looks at it, and notes that the name on it is "Laura." Seth: "It's the only one they had at the store. We'll fix it later."