After the opening intro, there’s a period of silence, followed by theme music. The silence is a bit long, but wait for it.
The Gook family have settled in for the evening. Vic plays solitaire, Sade reads the paper, and Rush has something to say. As he waxes eloquent over his good looks, Vic and Sade poke a little fun at the egocentrical talk. The phone even offers interuptions to Rushes dialog when various people call in, or are called.
What brought on the sudden ego trip? Something that was said at school. How does it all end up? I don’t know, since the audio cuts off while Rush is explaining things on the phone to Smelly Clark. I suppose the transcribers got tired of all of Rushes self praise as well.