At the CamPound, Simon is walking down the front stairs as the doorbell rings. He's also saying, "Okay, I'm coming," which is kind of weird. Hmm -- it also looks kind of dirty when it's written out like that. Cecilia's father is at the door, and he wants to strike a deal with Simon. He will give Simon his job back if Simon promises not to do anything "stupid" with Cecilia. Why does he even bother? Asking a Camden not to do anything stupid is just an exercise in frustration. You might as well ask this show not to suck. ["You might as well ask also why Cecilia's father's home does not contain a working telephone. I hate this goddamn show." -- Sars]
After Cecilia's father leaves, Ruthie comes down and asks Simon, "How's life?" When Simon replies that's it's "sweet," Ruthie says, "You fall, you get back up again." I wait in vain for the mention of saddles and/or bootstraps. That's really uncharacteristic of Brenda to not pound the episode title into the ground. I'm talking about the actual words of the title, not the theme, which, of course, has been thoroughly pummeled to death.
Oops -- I spoke too soon. Lucy and Katelyn are out riding together the next morning. And the background music is "Back in the Saddle Again." It's not the Aerosmith song. That's too bad, since it would make the scene entertaining. But that's obviously something Brenda wants to avoid like the plague.