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Kim calls and asks Matt what he’s up to and he tells her that he’s playing his XBox in his underwear. See, now this would almost concern me more than his refusal to skype. By all appearances it is broad daylight, and Matt is, we are told, a full grown adult man. Why is he not at work? Am I getting ahead of myself? Perhaps it is Sunday morning or something. Whatever the explanation, no one seems in the least bit concerned that this is how Matt is passing the time, so let’s move on. Matt says something about promising Kim that they would probably someday meet… eventually… maybe. But he loves her and they’ll talk soon. Weird!
Nev and Max head off to dig deeper into the mystery that is Matt using their Google sleuthing skills. Right now the main questions seem to be: What on earth does Matt look like? What on earth is going on with Kim’s real life boyfriend? And what on earth does Matt do all day? At least those are my questions. Everyone else only seems concerned with the first one. Nev and Max get back onto Facebook and surprise, surprise, Matt’s profile is not set to private. So we get to see a bunch of new pictures that Kim hasn’t seen or didn’t show us. Most of them are closeups of his face, so there’s nothing shocking (no forehead arm). One picture is one of those motivational posters that says “Fatherhood” on it and Matt has tagged the father in the picture as himself. There are also pictures of a baby so the guys begin to speculate as to whether Matt has a child he’s kept secret. Next they Google Matt’s full name and find a website with a bunch of self-produced songs by none other than Matt. They play one that is of the rap or hip hop genre and it sounds like he’s put it together on his computer. The songs have parental advisory warnings next to them and it sounds like he’s shouting a lot of f-bombs. Well, I guess that’s at least time not spent playing his XBox. Nev describes Matt’s music as angry, aggressive and derogatory – qualities Kim may not appreciate. Next they find a profile for Matt on an online dating site which clearly states that he would like to meet women. The guys conclude that there is much that Matt is keeping from Kim and they wonder what he is getting out of all of this.
Time to report back to Kim and let her know what has been dug up. She has no knowledge of any children and is not impressed with Matt’s music. She also seems a bit put out when she sees the online dating profile. I guess only real-life extra significant others are allowed in this e-romance. Kim decides it’s time to tell Nev about her past. Uh oh, there’s a story here.
Nev: “I am here for you, my friend.”