Chez Hodes. As they eat cereal and watch anime, Dean sort of chucks Isabelle on the shoulder, and she accidentally flings some cereal onto the floor. She freaks out, leaping up to clean it, but Dean tells her to take it easy; it's just milk. Isabelle says that Celia will be mad, but Dean tells her Celia's not here. Isabelle matter-of-factly says that she'll be back, but Dean very seriously says that she won't this time. Isabelle takes a moment, and then asks if Dean remembers the Harry Potter books they've read. Dean affably says he loves them. Isabelle: "Mom is Voldemort." This notion actually seems to freeze Dean to the core as Isabelle says that he may have reduced her to vapour for now, but that even now, she's gathering her strength, preparing to return stronger than ever. Dean swallows hard, and then pastes on a smile and tells Isabelle to go get ready for graduation. Once she's gone, he starts cleaning up the spill, thinking how much he wishes Celia were just a vampire.
Nancy leaves Silas another message imploring him not to punish Silas for Nancy's mistakes by skipping Shane's graduation. She hangs up, and turns around to see that Celia's materialized in her great room. Nancy starts, and Celia says she's glad she scared her: "I hope you peed in your panties." Nancy tries to dismiss Celia, but she means business, demanding, "Where is he?" Nancy doesn't know whom Celia means, and Celia sarcastically says that's right -- it could be the one who called her a drunk at the middle school, or the one who's been stealing city property. Nancy plays dumb, so Celia produces the tape as her smoking gun. Nancy takes it and smashes it on the floor with the heel of her espadrille, saying she doesn't know what Celia's talking about. So Celia then pulls an actual gun out of her bag. It is, of course, at this moment that Shane appears, though he doesn't get far into the great room before the sight of Celia's firepower stops him dead, eyes wide. Nancy asks where the gun came from, and Celia says she borrowed it from Pam. Well, of course. She fires a test shot at Nancy's cupboard door, freaks out at how exciting that was, and then says she only had the one bullet; she was going to shoot Doug. She cheerily leaves the gun on the counter and says she'll see them at graduation. Once she's flounced out, Nancy empties the pistol and asks if Shane is okay. "This never would have happened in Pittsburgh," says Shane. Maybe in Philadelphia, though.