Daytime. Damien leaves his Viper parked on the street in front of his parents' house. It's loaded up with all the boxes it can carry, which is to say about three. But when Damien reaches the front door, he finds the glass broken, the place ransacked, and his dad on the phone yelling at the police. Even so, Damien doesn't figure out what's up, probably just so he can say, "What's going on? I saw our forks outside." Dad gets off the phone as Mom says that they've been robbed. Dad blames Damien for parking a hundred-thousand dollar car outside. "It's there now," Damien says angrily, "because you asked me to come home. And like an idiot, I'm here because I thought you gave a crap about me." You can say that again. Especially the "idiot" part. Say that several times, in fact. He "rages" at them a bit more, and it makes me sad that even though Jon Foster is one of the less sucky actors on this show, they really shouldn't make him yell at people because he just doesn't have the voice for it. One more example of how Windfall ruins everything.
Beth comes home from a run to find Cameron doing that clean-up thing you do right after the kid's gone to sleep and the living room is too messy to even collapse in. Not that my wife or I would know anything about that. Beth tells him that he should get out of the house, like he doesn't have a job. When he says that he was planning to cook for them, she tells him to just pick something up. So Cameron's out of there. Let's hope that he does something nice for her in return.
Jeremy lets himself into Jill's pitchblack house, and the second he turns on the light, Sean's there to sock him in the puss (again) and throw him up against the wall. Did Jill let them stay two nights, then? Because I think a whole day has gone by back home. I know several have gone by in my living room since this episode came on. Sean demands to know where Zoe is, but Jeremy denies any knowledge. "Nice to see you too," he adds. Tally's up now, and Jill comes down fully dressed in the middle of the night for some reason, yelling that she thought Sean wasn't going to hurt Jeremy. Whatever, stupid lady. Sean tosses Jeremy's keys to Tally and drags a flailing Jeremy out to the front yard, the women close behind them. Sean forces Jeremy into the back of Jeremy's car, even as Jill's yelling at him to let her brother go. Sean yells at her, "You want the cops here? He's got a warrant, he'll go straight to jail. Is that what you want?" Because Jill is stupid, she just groans and huffs back into the house. Sean orders Tally behind the wheel, and they're off. Funny thing about the actor who plays Jeremy: as soon as I saw him, back in the pilot, I knew he looked familiar, but I couldn't quite place him. And then some cursory research revealed that it's because I've recapped him before. Twice. See how this show is just leaching the IQ points right out of my...you know, squishy thing?