The house. Daytime. Jack is asleep. Conked out. Meanwhile, in the kitchen, we're back on that day when Ozzy started drawing his masterpiece, the three-fingered scary clown. Ah, it's magical; it's almost like seeing the original sketches for the Mona Lisa, only, like, bad. Sharon says that Jack is asleep and Ozzy says he's just contemplating his next move. Sharon interrupts that he's contemplating "his next wank -- whether he uses his right hand or his left." Oh, man. That's gross and harsh and inappropriate. (How shocking that those three words would be attributed to a flower like Sharon!) Ozzy tells her not to be disgusting. He stutters on that Jack is contemplating his next move with his fucking empire. Jack sleeps on. Hee.
Outside the house. Sharon tells Kelly to get in the car. Meanwhile, Ozzy, cold lampin' on his sofa, tells us that Sharon is a shopaholic, that she loves spending money. Kelly is wearing her bunny slippers and gets in the car as Ozzy voice-overs that every shopaholic needs "an accomplice." The car pulls out.
Sharon asks Kelly how they can get Ozzy to watch TV in the playroom so she can cook in the kitchen undisturbed. Kelly brats that Sharon doesn't know how to cook. Sharon says she's trying to learn today. Every once in a while we hear what sounds like a male voice from the backseat trying to weigh in, but he's instantly cut off. Maybe it's SOH, Son Ozzy Hates. Kelly says that Sharon hasn't cooked for her since she was six, and Sharon lies that everything is going to change. Now Sharon starts trying to adjust the mirrors in the Mercedes (she's driving) as Kelly yells that this is her car. Sharon says she can't see. Kelly, wonderful daughter that she is, then tells Sharon that she's a shit driver.
Next they're in a parking lot, and a bewildered lot attendant watches as Sharon yells that she didn't scratch Kelly's license plate when she rammed the car into a shopping cart. Hee. Sharon denies it, but Kelly whines that "half of the seven is off." It's a hard knock life for Kelly. Oooh, two mysteries solved. It's not a lot guy and it's not SOH -- it's Robert, Kelly's "boyfriend," who is with them. Kelly shuffles her bunny slippers, telling Sharon that she's not driving Kelly's car anymore. ["That's weird, because where I'm from, if the parents bought the car, they can drive it whenever -- and ram it into whatever -- they want." -- Sars] "I'm sorry," Kelly adds insincerely.