Ruth is more convinced than ever that Arthur is responsible after they receive yet another package with feces. She decides she's going to lay a formal complaint with the police but George finally tells her it's not Arthur and knows who is sending these packages to them. David receives a frantic call in the middle of the night from Jennifer, his one-time fiancée, telling him that her father Lawrence Mason died from a lightning strike. He wants to help her out as much as possible but worries when her current fiancé seems less than supportive. When he reaches out to her she unleashes her pent up anger over their failed relationship. Nate begins to think that Lisa may not be dead. Brenda and Joe have dinner with Brenda's mother and Olivier. Keith has yet to come out at work and it's starting to weigh on him.
Did You Know?
While Claire, Anita, and Edie are painting Claire's room and discussing her sex life, the wall in front of Claire is roughly 20% painted. Near the end of the scene, Claire makes a comment and the camera cuts away to Edie for her retort. When it cuts back to Clarie, the wall is roughly 75% painted. See more
[recording an answering machine message
Hi, it's David and Keith, but we can't come to the phone right now because we're too *gay*.
Features Sister Wendy's Odyssey
Twelve Etudes, Op. 10 No. 3 in EM
Written by Frédéric Chopin
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