Matt hates hearing the truth, so he menacingly tells Simon not to forget that he's still Matt's "little" brother. Simon says he's not so little anymore. Matt says Simon can be a big as he wants, but he's still stupid. Simon responds that he's smart enough not to get married just to have sex. The two start fighting on an armchair, and I'm shocked to see something resembling realism on this show. It's quickly destroyed, however, when Kevin, wearing a t-shirt and boxers, enters the scene and orders them to stop fighting. Upon seeing Kevin, Matt and Simon jump up, screaming. The Savannah crying sound effect loop starts up as Matt yells at Kevin for waving his gun around their house. Since Barry Watson's masterful directing did not include a close-up of Kevin holding his actual gun, and Kevin's boxers kind of bag out in the middle, I thought that Matt was telling Kevin to put a more metaphorical gun away. Gross.
Kevin apologizes for exposing his gun, but says he when he heard them fighting downstairs, he thought someone might be breaking in. This is just ridiculous. If I lived in a house with like fifteen other people and a dog and I heard a noise downstairs, I wouldn't think twice, let alone actually get out of bed to check it out. Especially if it was, like it's supposed to be at the CamPound, before midnight, when most people are still walking around downstairs. Kevin leaves to tend to the baby, and Matt and Simon resume their heated discussion about sex and marriage. Simon maintains that he doesn't want to get married young like his brother and sisters did. "I'm happily married," Matt claims as his nose grows and grows. He adds that Lucy is happily married as well. Yeah, to a man who keeps a gun in a house (that isn't his) with young children (two of whom aren't his) without even asking the young children's parents' permission to do so beforehand. Simon doesn't use either of these arguments, however, instead asking Matt if he's heard the news about Mary. Matt nods sadly. Oh, good! We haven't had nice round of Mary-bashing since, like, three episodes ago when we heard that Mary wasn't even good at breastfeeding.