Hepburn and Tracy live!
Out on the lawn, Cameron tells Peter that he's still thinking about the business. Peter says he's already talked to some investors, so he's got it covered. Apropos of nothing but the next line, Cameron tells Peter that they've been friends for a long time. "I'm not the one that needs reminding of that, Cameron," Peter zings, and heads back into the house, leaving Cameron standing there with a WTF expression that's totally going to freeze there one of these days.
Eric's still working on Sunny, who's telling him that she made the mimosas: "I always try to bring something. That's who I am. I'm a giver." See, that's ironic, because -- oh, fuck it. Eric asks for her phone number, but she leaves him hanging, at least until the mini-scene ends.
Out on the sidewalk, Damien's walking with his parents as his dad harangues him about security at the hotel. Really, he's just warming up to ask Damien to come home. For some reason, when he does, Damien doesn't laugh in his face. Dad, thinking that he has an advantage, tries to assert some power, telling Damien that the car's got to go. Damien refuses, but softens and offers to use it only on the weekends. What the hell is he doing? I don't care how far down the hall the ice machine is, Damien's better off out of that house. Dad mentions school, which Damien also shoots down, so Dad suggests a GED instead. "You have your whole life to be an adult," Mom says. Damien asks what to do about Galina, but reading their faces, he concedes, "I guess bunk beds aren't really an option." Whatever that means. He says that he'll think about it. Or maybe he's hoping that if he gives them a little more time, their already lame offer will get worse.
So how do you suppose Sean and Tally are faring after running afoul of the law? Do you suppose that they're languishing in some upstate New York jailhouse, waiting for Dave to come to the rescue once again? He's going to do some fast talking to get them out of this jam, right?
Oh, for fuck's sake, they made it to Buffalo. I give up. Sean's at the home of an old girlfriend who also happens to be Jeremy's sister, Jill. Once again, the show has actually done a good job of casting actors who really do look like siblings. Oh, wait, Nina and Cameron don't count. Never mind. Sean asks where Jeremy is, but Jill claims not to know. Tally gets out of the car now, and Sean introduces her. "Just let us inside," he tells Jill. "You don't want the neighbors hearing this." Yes, they might fall asleep and impale themselves on their gardening shears.