The parents are cheering from the stands. Senator Recordholder leans against a tree. It's like a first heat or something, so no one is really cheering or interested in the race. In fact, it doesn't even look like they're trying too hard. The Senator is pleased as the Rawley Crew beat the Yellow Shirt Crew. One guy in the stands is shouting, "Go! Go!" As they win, Finn shouts something about the next race being at four. "Good work!" he bellows. "Good work!" He putters off in his tiny boat.
The Rawley boys run back onto the pier without a trace of sweat, all mumbling until Vinnie Barbarino pipes up, "Unbelievable!" Will stops running and having fun with them because, well, he's Will. Finn carpe diems and walks up behind him and touches his shoulder. He asks if Will is going to be spending time with his family between the races. Will says it'll just be Mamawhore, but she can't make it until later. Finn squints and says, "Dad can't make it?" "He could if he wanted to," Will brats. Finn apologizes, but looks a bit pleased. Will says that his dad has "this thing" where he thinks Will thinks he's better than he is. "Are you?" Finn asks, thinking about all the things Will might be good at. "I don't know," Will laughs. He says that he might as well stay home, since he's got nothing to say to him. "Doesn't sound like that to me," Finn says. They stare at each other for a while. Finn gets up and fondles Will's arm and then leaves. Man, I find every Will and Finn scene to be the creepiest thing in the world.
Whee! Terri is ripping off her boy clothes in the back of Verve's boat as he races to get her back to the lunch. How long could her mother conceivably sit there before she notices Terri's been gone for half an hour? Seriously. Verve doesn't watch where he's driving at all and just watches Terri change with this leering grin. She sees him watching her and laughs.
Terri runs back into the luncheon area, fixing her shoes. MamaTerri just now hangs up and says, "Thought I was going to have to call out the reserve." Terri apologizes. MamaTerri brings up Verve again. Terri sighs and says that "it's new, that's all." MamaTerri takes a second, lowers her head and asks, "Are you embarrassed of me?" Terri says no. MamaTerri says she doesn't understand why she'd pretend not to know Verve. "You are a most unusual girl," she says. "Yeah, that's what some people say," Terri says. Wah-wah-wah-waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhh. MamaTerri stands up and says they should get going. Terri asks where. "The Regatta." Cue the Steel Drums of Non-Gay Love. "Don't you want to see Hamilton win?" Terri reminds her that she has to get back to New York. MamaTerri promises that she won't embarrass her. She says she'll sit quietly and watch. "And turn my cell phone off." Yeah, Terri's right. MamaTerri is an evil bitch. She tells Terri to freshen up her lipstick and walks off.