Eric is walking up to the CamPound, talking to himself. He's repeating some of the cheerful clichés he exchanged with Doc earlier. He asks God if he's really going to be all right, but God's not answering. I wonder why Brenda didn't hire some guest star to play God. I'm pretty sure Carrot Top would jump at the chance, and I'll bet he's just the kind of casting choice Brenda would make anyway.
While RevCam keeps waiting for God to get back to him, Robbie waylays Kevin in the front hallway to show off his new traffic ticket. He whines about how unfair it is because he really didn't run a stop sign. What a loser. And I was just starting to like him again. That sure was short-lived, wasn't it? When Kevin suggests he fight the ticket, Robbie tries to get him to "get rid" of it instead. It's pretty cool when Kevin refuses to do so, but then he has to go and ruin it all by pompously saying, "Now, if you don't mind, I have a family meeting to go to." I hope he's talking about his real family, since that would take him across the country, but I'm afraid he means his pretend family, the CamDolts.
Sure enough, he does, as he strides into the living room and plants his ass on a loveseat. Everyone is there for RevCam's family meeting except RevCam himself. Ruthie informs them that Eric is talking to himself in the backyard. There's some seriously unfunny shtick as each Camden (and quasi-Camden) leaves the room to go spy on RevCam. Simon and Ruthie are the last to leave, except for the twins. Unexpectedly let out from behind the couch, the twins have no idea what to do with their new freedom, so they just stand there in confusion until Simon and Ruthie return to lead them out to the backyard.