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Though Reagan tries to look young and hip, a barista calls her “ma’am.” It’s something that nearly every woman has to deal with, though I’m surprised that it’s only just hitting Reagan. I’ve been getting called ma’am since my early twenties. Feeling old and ugly, Reagan tries to seduce Chris but fails, because he won’t look away of the video he’s editing. Reagan accuses Chris of filming Amy’s life instead of making memories and seeing it in the now. After Reagan accidentally films herself instead of Amy using an iPhone, Reagan and Chris bicker, and Reagan gets Chris to promise that he won’t film anything for a week.
Feeling down, Reagan goes to the dentist. Her dentist, played by Tony Hale, frequently compliments her smile. Because it’s the confidence boost she needs, Reagan is excited to return to the dentist for surgery on her impacted wisdom teeth and pushes the appointment up to that week. When Chris drops Reagan off at the dentist for the surgery, she tells him that the dentist flirts with her. When Chris sees the dentist, he laughs and isn’t concerned that this man might have the hots for his wife.
In Ava’s world, she discovers that one of her neighbors hates her because there’s a wireless network in the area called “FUava.” No, it’s not fuava, as Ava tried to rationalize. Ava and Walter decide to attend a neighbor meeting to get to know the neighbors and make a good impression on them. While there, Ava identifies the neighbors by their network names and finds that an old man owns the “FUava” one and he confirms that it’s because he dislikes Ava. The neighbors all complain that she leaves her garbage cans out all week, she drives recklessly, and her vocal exercises are annoying. To make a better impression, Ava volunteers to host the neighborhood haunted house this year.
Chris and Scott take their children to a fall festival and Chris finds it difficult to keep his picture-free promise. Scott offers to take Amy for a bit while Chris composes himself. Chris takes the opportunity to shoot some B-roll footage at the fall festival; he thinks that if Amy isn’t in the video, he’s not breaking his promise. He films a boy in costume, to which the boy’s father takes offense. Chris is acting like a pervert but doesn’t seem to realize it. The boy’s father smashes Chris’ phone so that Chris won’t have the video of his son.
Chris doesn’t arrive in time to pick up Reagan, and he couldn’t let her know because his phone was wrecked. Reagan’s face is swollen and she can’t say much, but she certainly isn’t as medicated as much as my high school friends were after they had their wisdom teeth removed. She gets mad at Chris for not defending her honor and admits that she doesn’t feel sexy anymore. Chris can barely understand her.
Later, when Chris tries to salvage video from his broken iPhone, the video that Reagan took of herself accidentally comes up. In it, Reagan can see that Chris checked out her butt. This makes her feel better. He goes on to make a video of footage of her butt.
The Brinkleys head to Ava’s haunted house, but parents complain that it was too frightening for children. Chris is scarred by it and noted that parents probably had legal basis to sue over it. Though the haunted house is a failure, the old man who hated Ava finds it hilarious and invites her over for some scotch. Looks like she’s made one friend in the neighborhood. I wonder if this mans the old man will change his network name.