In the foyer of the CamPound, Lucy and some guy are making out. She asks him, "Did you hear yet?" He tells her to stop worrying. Simon walks by but does not linger to spy on them. Actually, I'm not sure why he's even in the scene.
Oh, I understand now -- he was on his way to the kitchen to ask when Jeremy got into town, thus letting us lazier viewers know that Lucy wasn't making out with some random guy but with the guest star she fell deeply and irrevocably in love with over the course of one episode a few months ago. Simon further informs us that he is going over to Deena's. What would be really, really nice would be if he decided to stay there forever, and if the producers decided never to show us any footage of what transpires there, ever. That's not too much to ask, is it? Sadly, it probably is. RevCam wants to know if Simon is dating Deena again. Now it's Ruthie's turn to provide the exposition, so she states that Deena has moved back to Glenoak. I hadn't noticed, but that's probably because I honestly could not care less about Deena. I know that's hard to believe, but really, I couldn't. Ruthie adds that Deena and Simon have made some "stupid pact to be friends." There is a gratuitous shot of Happy. Annie has been poring over some blueprints. Is one of her alleged college degrees in architecture? Because I'm not sure the average person would get that much out of a set of blueprints -- which pretty much makes it a sure bet that Annie hasn't got a clue. Nevertheless, she shares the excitement she feels about getting a building permit to build a room for Mary over the CamGarage. RevCam expresses the obligatory doubts about Mary coming home for the summer. He also invokes Wilson's name. What I want to know is why anyone on the show would give a flying fuck about Wilson's feelings. God knows none of the viewers do. Robbie, who's been eavesdropping, looks worried and leaves. Annie raves about James, the parishioner who will be helping her build Mary's room over the garage. RevCam points out that James is always helping Annie. She asks if Eric is jealous. He says he's not. Ruthie overhears this exchange, paving the way for one of this evening's more unfortunate subplots. Annie asks Eric how his group counseling session went. He tells her that is group meeting is on Wednesday and that tonight he "had Serena." That's what passes for humour on this show, by the way. This all leads to RevCam notifying Annie that he is now counseling Serena one-on-one. Annie is pissed, but over-actingly insists she's not jealous. If I were married to RevCam, I'd be peeved that he hadn't told me about this news, but I don't think I'd get all passive-aggressive about it. But then, I suppose the writers realize that there's nothing funny about honest adult communication. Of course, there's nothing funny about the way they write Annie's jealousy either, but that's another story.