Jackie climbs back up on her perch as Wallace appears and hands a ticket to Cora, who gives him a hilariously disapproving look. Jane stands by and watches as Wallace hurls the first ball over the fence, setting off a car alarm. Hee. Jackie's fairly stone-faced, but Cora beams at him as Wallace throws another one out of the park. Jane Ueckers, "Just a bit outside," before some dude steps in and says it's the next person's turn. Wallace turns to the crowd and tells them, "Y'all are cool, man. Real cool." Unlike last week, he does seem to be using that word ironically. He and Jane take off.
Madison's still selling pies when Mac and Beaver walk by. Mac asks if they're winning, and then clarifies, "I feel like we're in a contest with all the other couples. Who can hold hands the longest." Beaver adorably says he doesn't want to lose Mac in the crowd, and it'll probably save me a lot of typing if you just assume everything they do is adorable unless I say otherwise. The two of them run into Dick and a couple of his goons, and Beaver's smile turns upside down. Dick smarms that he's just looking out for Beaver, and Mac evenly says that he's fine. Dick blabbers about busting Beaver's cherry, which is an interesting, um, tossed salad of words. (I'd say I'm trying to get one past the censors too, but you guys probably already know Wing Chun. ["As a good little Canadian girl, I am sure I don't know what you're talking about." -- Wing Chun]) Dick adds that Beaver's hands must be covered in sweat, and that Mac must be totally grossed out. Beaver glowers some more, is nearly successful in trying to take out Dick's eye with his lower lip, and then releases Mac's hand. Dick: "Oop! See how it just slipped right out? Gotta work on that, bro." Dick is such an asshole, but I have to admit that comment was pretty hilarious. He and his goons leave, and Beaver stalks off, Mac following him.