Lou introduces Tess as an old school friend and before enquiring minds can wonder about Lou at school, Tom is sent on his way by a slightly panicked Lou. Tom leaves with a, "See you later alligator," a finger-point and a mouth click, just to confirm that he most definitely is a pr–k.
Lou says he’s sweet but looks like a potato. We’d say less spud and more block of cheese.
Tess goes for a little slap and tickle, but Lou freaks out and tells her to stop being so foolhardy.
Lou: Tess what are you doing? If someone came in here, it would be all over the studio in two minutes.
Tess: I’m sorry. I won’t do it again.
Tess has guilt etched all over her face and leaves Lou and her strange rollered hair.
Back at the wake, Frankie is being more inappropriate than usual, swigging from a bottle and sliding a whole box of Ferrero Rocher into her bag.
Okay, so we’ve all done it, but save it for a birthday or a wedding, not at a wake.
Oh my goodness, Frankie takes it even further by overtly feeling Cat up. Cat shouts, "Stop," and Uncle Fester chucks Frankie out. This is not a peaceful wake.
Uncle Fester: [about Dead Aunt Carol] She didn’t love you, not like her own kid. Even as a little girl, it was obvious you were damaged goods.
Frankie: F–k you.
Sarah: That "f–k you" was like an actual rip through the heart.
Lee: Yes, and though Uncle Fester is entirely unpleasant, Frankie couldn’t carry on like that.
Sarah: It was only a matter of time before she cupped the Vicar’s balls.