Chad Decker is rolling up his shirtsleeves to dive into some more PR masquerading as journalism (seriously, Chad's reports are advertorial fluff pieces despite his willingness to cross his arms and make his most listening face while Anna talks) when his boss stops him to talk. You see, the world has changed and after Anna's hissyfit that turned the sky red for a few days (which a better recapper could correlate to Anna's lady time, but not me) humankind is a lot more skeptical of the Visitors. Chad's constant stream of pro-Visitor "news" pieces aren't working for the people anymore and the ratings have taken a tumble. To fix that, the boss wants to bring in someone to argue with Chad about the Visitors, point-counterpoint style. Chad surprises the boss by eagerly agreeing to the planned changes. In fact, he smirks and makes a thinky face. It's almost cute and almost poignant. It almost makes you realize how much Scott Wolf needs to get the heck off this show and be cast in a show where he can do something other than be a ventriloquist's dummy. Almost.
Lisa goes to meet Tyler at the Visitors' Visitor Center. She hands him his birthday present, as is the custom on this planet, and gives him a hug. Without opening the gift, Tyler declares that he loves it and her. They are kissing, but Lisa stops him, because she wants to talk about that scene at the church. That was pretty much not hot. But Lisa doesn't get to deliver her ultimatum to Tyler, because his parents show up. Total mood killer, right?