Back at Nina and Peter's current house, all the lottery winners are gathered out on the lawn again. Doesn't anybody ever just go right in there? Or is their house like a restaurant where nobody can sit down until the entire party has arrived? Sunny, who I think is wearing the same outfit she wore last week, crosses the street and walks up onto the lawn like she belongs there. Aside from her, there's a squad car parked as well, which, as Damien clunkily exposits to Frankie, is because "They're going to brief us on how to protect ourselves." Did he think Frankie was maybe expecting a bicycle safety presentation? Damien asks Frankie out, and she says yes, like he was really putting himself out there. Frankie asks about Galina, and what she does when he's not around. "She just talks to the TV," Damien says. "It's cute...mostly," he adds uncertainly. It's unclear whether the not-cute moments are not-cute because they're irritating, or because she's watching porn in her underwear and thereby overshooting cute. Speaking of which, do I take it that she and Damien never did it? Oh, right -- not caring. Sorry.
Addie meets Maggie on the lawn, noticing that she drove up in a battered SUV instead of her old Mercedes. Addie comments on the carjacking-savvy move, but Maggie says that she's just swapping with a cousin who's trying to impress some girl. You know, every time Maggie turns up doing something for a family member, my stereotype-meter starts pinging, softly but noticeably. I won't miss that, I can tell you.
Inside the house, Addie spots her soon-to-be-if-not-already-ex-husband Eric, and bitches about his "acting like a winner" as she watches him leer at a passing Sunny. She exposits that Eric has filed an appeal in their divorce, in case we care, which we don't, and when she sees Frankie go up and hug her dad, she whines to Maggie about it. "Just when I think she has seen her dad for who she is...one day she is really going to get hurt by him." Shut up, Addie. You're beating him to it. Unless he does something drastic to catch up, of course. Maggie notices the news crew disembarking from the public-access van outside and remarks that she's "officially over being a news story." Addie totally agrees. And then she asks if Maggie has any lipstick. Haw! Oh, hee he hah hah! Whew, that was a good one.