SuperStudent Cheryl is studying in her apartment when there's a knock on her door. Really, Cheryl is one of the better characters on this show, and I'm not sorry to see her again. She even has a framed picture of a bunny on her wall. I just wish she wouldn't part her hair directly over her left ear. She answers the door; of course, it's Dopey. She immediately warns that she doesn't want to get back together with him, which cracks me up. Actually, as you probably already guessed, he wants her to pry into Mel's business for him. Apparently, he wasn't able to find RevCam right away, and even though the abuse he suspects Mel is suffering has been going on for at least a year, he "has a bad feeling about this," and can't wait the extra hour or two that it might take to locate his father. Whatever. That's pretty much Cheryl's reaction too. At least after telling Dopey that she's sorry she ever spoke to him about her own abuse in high school, she gets to slam the door in his face. I'm envious.
So what has RevCam been doing that's kept him from meddling in Mel's life? Why, he's down at the free clinic, meddling in Hank's life. After unsuccessfully trying to get a nurse to drag Hank away from the patient he's with, RevCam finds Hank himself. At least Hank knows what's important. After telling Eric that he and Julie are getting a divorce, Hank shuffles him out into the waiting room and gets back to doctoring. For reasons that are never adequately explained, the nurse comes over to Eric and says, "Now I can help you." All righty, then, ma'am. Do your talents extend to pulling RevCam's head out of his ass? Because that would be genuinely helpful.
RevCam checks in with SuperMom by phone. She says she's been trying to page him, but he left his pager at the church. That was kind of sloppy of him. Doesn't he know how useful pagers and cell phones can be during a stalking or snooping mission? I'm a little surprised at his carelessness. He tells Annie that Hank has quit his job and is working full-time at the clinic. He drops the divorce bomb, too. Annie conveys her dismay by not moving a single facial muscle. Wow. Now that's acting!