Danny is on the phone with Paul, who says that he was thinking about not visiting. In an interview, Danny says that Paul is worried about issues with his identity and the military. Well, can you blame him? I'm surprised he visited at all, much less every other week, practically. Paul says he'll be there on Thursday and Danny closes with, "I love you, kid." Aw. They are really cute.
Danny's family arrives. We see a really useless filler shot of Danny using the Onstar system to find the nearest Enterprise car rental place. Oh, I guess that was product placement, huh? In an interview, Danny says that having his parents there is a lot of stress, because they are very religious Baptists and so conservative that they suffocate him. Danny shows his parents and younger brother around the house, and just so we can fully understand how different Danny is from his conservative parents, at each step we get a flashback of debauchery. Danny shows them the hot tub, and suddenly everything is all black and white, and Danny is jumping naked into the hot tub. Then he shows them a window, and suddenly everything is all black and white, and Danny is mooning someone out the window during Mardi Gras. Then he shows them his bedroom, and we see a black and white shot of Danny being attacked by the Blob. Oh wait, he's kissing Paul. Get it? Danny leads a secret life, and apparently, it all takes place in black and white.
Goateed Jamie is on the phone with Elton, the hard-ass boss. Jamie tells him that it's feasible for them to do a show on Saturday, even though it's "almost Wednesday." Wouldn't that be "Tuesday"? What is it, 11:59 PM on Tuesday, and thus "almost Wednesday"? It just seems like a dumb thing to say. In an interview, non-goateed Jamie thinks they will have enough content to produce something pretty cool. Jamie tells Elton, "If it happens, shit happens, and if not, we'll be scrapping for content." The only reason I quoted that was because, on the screen, Jamie actually said "shit," but the captioning said, "[bleep]," which cracked me up. Because I'm four. Anyway, Elton asks if they can pull the stuff off before Saturday. We never do hear Jamie's answer. Instead, we see an interview, where Jamie says, "That's what I'm rolling with. I'm in the dark about a lot of things." What? What did that have to do with anything? I swear, they were so starved for a storyline this week that they just threw in random interview footage.
Danny, Julie, and Danny's mom are at a restaurant called Mr. Gyro's. The whole point of this scene is to discover that Mrs. Danny knows that Paul is coming, but Mr. Danny does not. In an interview, Danny says that he has "a million scenarios" in his head, and he imagines that his dad will be really cold and indifferent to Paul. The other purpose of this scene is to set up tension between Paul and Mr. Danny. The actual dialogue really doesn't matter, does it?