She stomps into the kitchen, where she asks the T-1000 and Lucy to drive her home. Kevin tries to foist the responsibility off on Lucy. Since he and Lucy are supposed to be going out on a date, I'm not sure why they can't both drive her, but I guess Kevin is senselessly trying to make the girls be friends. I've never understood why he should want this, and I still don't. Since he knows how stupid Lucy is, he figures he can patronize her by saying that he thinks Roxanne was reaching out to her and wants to bond with her. To her credit, Lucy realizes that that's total bullshit.
Fortunately, Simon and Ruthie interrupt this exchange. I start having second thoughts about the "fortunately" part, though, when Ruthie starts in with her new Up With People! attitude. She's trying to get Simon to contact Cecilia's parents and Lucy to befriend Roxanne, while I'm just trying to make it through this scene without incurring any serious damage to my brain from the theme mallet. Ouch! Put that thing away, will you?
RevCam is in the office of his therapist, Dr. Gibson. By this point, I could use a visit from Dr. Gilbey myself, but it's too damn cold to go to the liquor store right now. Dammit! Why didn't I plan this better? The doctor summarizes what RevCam has told him. Apparently, Eric has deluded himself into thinking his life is great and that he's "madly in love" with Annie, but that despite all that, he is still unhappy and ungrateful. Dr. Gibson tears him a new one and tells him to get back to his job and his life and to stop feeling sorry for himself. Obviously, Dr. Gibson has never met Annie or any of RevCam's stupid children before, or he might have a little more sympathy.
Back at the CamPound, Eric is discussing his shrink visit with Annie, who pretends to be supportive but is actually just trying to manipulate Eric into going back to work. He's not in the mood to talk to her, so he leaves. Simon takes this opportunity to whine that although he thinks Cecilia is the right "woman" for him, her father won't let him speak to her. To tell you the truth, I really can't blame Annie for sounding bored and insincere as she throws some platitudes his way.
I'm surprised to hear good advice from Lucy, but there it is. She suggests to Roxanne that if RevBong having to counsel women in the course of his job bothers her, perhaps she shouldn't be pursuing a relationship with him. Of course, the same thing could be said of Lucy and Kevin, and Roxanne is more than ready to set Lucy straight. She tells Lucy that if she can't get used to Roxanne being Kevin's partner, maybe she shouldn't be marrying the cyborg. Lucy claims that her relationship is different from Roxanne's, because she's been dating Kevin for almost a year and she loves him. Of course, Roxanne whines, "Maybe I love Chandler!" That's right -- after one week of dating. So realistic, so believable. Lucy tells Roxanne that if she loves Chandler, she should make up with him. Roxanne can't do that, because it would entail admitting that she's jealous. As any fool can see, Roxanne is obviously not jealous. When Lucy asks, "So, what are you?" Roxanne experiences an epiphany. She says, "Oh, my God. I'm you. I'm a crazy woman with no self-esteem. I'm you!" I haven't stopped hating Roxanne, but I must confess that I'm thoroughly enjoying this scene.