Back at the CamPound, Ruthie is trying to give Lucy a little pep talk about breaking the dating news to Mary, but I'm too distracted by the oddly curved part in Lucy's hair to pay much attention. Ruthie's mention of Mary dating one of Lucy's exes, "Fish Lips" Jordan, finally gives the older girl the courage to call Mary. I'm not sure why the repellent George answers Mary's phone. I thought it was Mary's own line, which would have to mean that George is hanging out in her room. Sadly, he probably is in her room, sniffing her panties or something, while Mary is down at the firehouse. Lucy babbles on for a while about how she would like to leave a message but can't. Eventually, George says he will tell Mary that she called. He adds, "Okay, I'm going to hang up now." I suppose that's a trifle more polite than the traditional Glenoak custom of just hanging up the phone without even saying goodbye, but it does make George sound a little slow. Of course, when he does hang up the phone, he doesn't actually say goodbye, which just makes him sound like a rude git.
Simon is walking into Pete's Pizza when he sees his ex-girlfriend, Sasha, across the way. He calls out to her, and she looks up at him, then looks away quickly before hurrying off. Not clever enough to accept that he's been dissed, Simon tries calling out to her again. This sort of thing probably happens to him every day, so you'd think he'd be used to it by now.
In the CamKitchen, SuperMom is reading a book and taking notes. I think it would have been great if the book were one of those 7th Heaven tie-in novels. Now,