The House That FBI Built. Lucy and Ellenor are in Joe Morton's Office! Hey, maybe this is where Lex Luthor paid him to go! Joe says, "Your boyfriend ran a pyramid scheme." For some reason, Lucy thinks the most important part of that sentence is "boyfriend," because she vehemently denies that they are "involved." Ellenor says, "Lucy, please." Then she turns to Joe: "What do you people think Skip did?" Blah promised a million dollars, blah return, blah twenty-five-dollar investment, blah chain mail blah. Apparently, Skip Hyman ended up with five dollars each from 1,400 people. Damn. He is smarter than he looks. Lucy turns to Ellenor and says, "That's where he got the money to buy the ring." Ellenor; "He's not even eighteen. I thought the Feds didn't even do juvie cases." Morton says that this is the exception to the rule; there is federal jurisdiction here. Ellenor think they've got better things to do with their time. Joe passes her a piece of paper and says, "We've always got time for high visibility cases." Damn! They're putting out a press release about this? Absolutely. They're using Skip as a deterrent. Ellenor screams, "You're going to ruin this kid's life!" Lucy: "How much trouble is he in?" Joe responds, "Fourteen hundred separate counts of wire fraud at five per --" Lucy interrupts, "Seven thousand years?" And that's only if they run consecutively. Oh, but the good news? Yeah, the FBI is convinced that Lucy wasn't involved. Ellenor leans forward: "What makes you think she was involved? She barely knows Skip." Oh, really? Joe says, "Then why did he spend the night at her place?" Lucy turns to Ellenor and whines, "Not here. Not now." Yawn.
Holding Cell Where Skip Lands In All Kinds Of Pain. He's wearing prison greys. They're different from prison oranges. Only the feds have grey. Skip explains to Lucy and Ellenor that they arrested him during a track meet. They even took his "spikes." Ellenor wants to know where his mother is. Skip didn't call her. He called Lucy instead. Lucy insists that he call his mother. Skip responds, "I want to introduce you when it's right, not like this." Lucy: "What were you thinking with that chain letter?" Aw, isn't that cute -- he didn't know it was illegal. Someone sent it to him first. Lucy says that doesn't really matter. Skip whines, "Please. Don't let this affect your decision. We can still be happy." If he ever gets out of jail, that is. Teenagers are just so damn cute!