ADAM: What time is it, honey?
BARBARA: It's about 3:30, I guess.
ADAM: Give or take a year.
ADAM: Well? Did you get the paints?
LYDIA: Yes. And I took pictures of the new town hall for you, too.
BARBARA: How'd you do on that science test?
LYDIA: It was gross. They wanted me to dissect a frog. I told them "no way." I said it was against my religion. So I got a "C."
BARBARA: And how about the math test?
ADAM: You have got to be kidding me? We spent the whole week studying for that test.
LYDIA: I got an "A." So can I?
ADAM: Well, I don't know. Got a "C" on the science test.
BARBARA: Adam, don't tease her. You never got an "A" in science—
This is how parents should be. They're interested in Lydia's art and keeping a close eye on her schoolwork. For now, it's a big happy family, the Deetzes and Maitlands co-existing. Shmoop guesses that the Deetzes are all too happy to have the Maitlands take Lydia off their hands.