Annie condescendingly asks Ruthie how volunteering at the rehab center went. Ruthie is non-communicative, which I totally support. Annie, however, does not, and wonders what's going on. Ruthie asks where Asslee is. Annie says she's on a date. Ruthie says that she understands now -- Annie has time to talk to her only because Asslee isn't there. Good point, Ruthie, but perhaps Annie's non-desire to talk to you has more to do with your disgusting personality than with Annie's bad mothering. Or, more likely, it's a combination of the two. Annie says that Asslee comes over to help her take care of the twins and do chores. Ruthie wonders why it never occurred to Annie that she would like to do those things. Um, maybe because you've never volunteered to do any household chores, ever, Ruthie? "They're my brothers. It's my house. I'm your daughter -- not Asslee," Ruthie says, then walks away. Okay, Ruthie, except that it's not your house -- it's the church's, and your biological ties to the rest of the Camdens are questionable at best. Ruthie slams the door behind her while Annie makes a facial expression that is equal parts confused and suicidal. Which would be the facial expression she makes almost all the time.
A big, manly hand knocks on a door. The camera pulls away to reveal that the hand belongs to Kevin and he's knocking on the door to the bathroom, which Lucy has very maturely locked herself inside. Kevin says he feels bad about taking Lucy out of the game, but he is the coach and he had to do it. I'll bet he feels even worse now that he drank all that Powerade during the game and his wife is occupying the Treehouse's only bathroom. Lucy finally pokes her head outside and says that Kevin should have left her in the game, even if it would have meant losing. Because it's just a game, and everyone who shows up and wants to play should be allowed to play. Except that Lucy did get a chance to play, so, for the seventeenth time this hour, I'm totally confused. Kevin doesn't understand why Lucy wants to play something that she's obviously bad at, and Lucy doesn't understand why winning is so important to Kevin that he would cheat. That's right -- she talked to his female teammates and discovered that they are not, in fact, women, but unmarried woman cops. Then she slams the door in his face. Kevin shifts his weight to avoid urinating on himself while he wonders if he can make it to the bathroom in the CamPound if he runs fast enough.