Annie comes in to nag RevCam about going back to see the therapist again. The next time RevCam sees her coming, he should pretend he's still on the phone, and maybe then she'll just go away.
Kevin's also in a nagging mood, and he's taking it out on Roxanne by insisting that she call RevBong. He's so adamant about it, in fact, that he's threatening not to work with her tomorrow unless she has her "personal problems taken care of." I wish it worked that way in the real world. I know I've had co-workers I've wanted to say that to, but I always refrained. Why? Because I didn't want to get my ass fired. Oh, well -- Kevin's practically a Camden by now, so I don't suppose there's any way Detective Michaels could fire him, even if he wanted to.
When Kevin leaves, Roxanne follows his wise patriarchal counsel and calls RevBong. He's happy to hear from her. They agree to ignore their problems, which is one way to tackle the situation, I suppose, although I am a little surprised that they haven't decided to fix their problems by getting married. Then, if they should have any further relationship difficulties, maybe they could solve them by having a child. During this phone conversation, Cheryl returns to the church office. When she says hello to Chanandler, Roxanne actually recognizes her voice, a situation that stretches my suspension of disbelief just a bit. She decides not to go apeshit, though. I wonder why not.
At the high school, Simon and a friend we've never seen before are standing at their lockers when Cecilia walks by. She's making a date with some other guy, which causes Simon's new friend to ask what's up with Simon's "girl." Simon angrily says, "She's not mine. I don't own her, okay? She's not an object. She's a person with her own mind." I'm picturing Brenda writing these lines and saying, "There -- that ought to deflect those pesky feminists while I continue trying to set the world's perception of women back forty years." Simon's new friend asks if Simon would mind if he asked out Cecilia himself. Ew. Why would he want to do a thing like that? Because Cecilia is "hot." Oh, right.