Silas is installing a sliding latch on his bedroom door when Megan shows up, excitedly brandishing her acceptance letter from Princeton. Silas doesn't bother hiding his dismay, and asks what happened to UCLA. Megan's like, "Ivy League, yo," but Silas reminds her of their plans for her to go to UCLA, and then for him to go to UC Northridge the next year, whereupon they'd get a place together. Megan, her glee still undampened, reminds him again that it's Prince. Ton. Silas whines that he can't get into Princeton: "I'm not deaf." Megan sets him straight, saying that she got into Princeton because she's smart and works hard. Silas pouts that being deaf probably didn't hurt, and Megan, of course, stomps out, breaking his shitty latch off in the process.
Downstairs, Andy's catching Nancy up on his progress with his yeshiva essay (short version: there's a through-line from Andy's Judaism to Ghostbusters) when Megan stomps through, upset. There's some ha-ha over the two Botwins calling out to her (because she's deaf, get it?) and then Nancy exposits that Andy needs to be ready to go when Doug gets there. The doorbell rings then, and as Nancy goes to get it, Andy asks what really happened between her and Conrad. Nancy lies that she just decided to go another way. Andy doesn't buy it; Nancy doesn't care. At the door is Celia, clipboards in hand, bitching about her heels and demanding a Diet Coke. At the fridge, Celia greets Andy, with a curious look, as "freeloading brother-in-law." "You're not Doug," Andy shrewdly observes, at which Celia comments that that should be her campaign slogan. Celia goes to get some ice for her glass, but Lupita, breezing through, says that the icemaker is broken. Celia demands to know whether the maid who hit Celia's car is one of Lupita's "maid friends," and whether Lupita knows her name, but Lupita serenely says that they all just call one another "maid friend," and heads off again. Celia makes with the clipboards, explaining that she already did the "Rancho" streets, so Nancy can do all the "Hill"s. Nancy blearily asks whether they had a plan, and Celia whines that she sent her an email with a schedule, explaining that they're canvassing for signatures; Celia needs a hundred for her candidacy to be eligible. Nancy vaguely says that she's busy today, and Celia presses her to say what, since Celia knows Nancy doesn't have to go to work: "So you have no excuse."