Wellsir, in the house halfway up the next block we find Sade and Rush talking. Rush complains about his arch rival, Nicer Scot, and the plan to visit for two weeks. As Rush airs his disgust at sharing his room, we discover Why the living arrangements have come to be.
Hospitality and social standing have only one solution, to allow Nicer to stay over. Even at the considerable inconvenience to Rush. Sade tries to make light of the tragedy. Will Vic have any sympathy for Rushes plight? Is the teenager blowing things out of proportion?
Despite the united front from Vic and Sade against Rush, might they actually sympathize just a little bit?