Simon is asking Deena about her ex-boyfriend. She claims the ex is smart, which gives Studly Simon the chance to unveil his big pick-up line: "But if he's so smart, then why did he break up with you?" He goes on to say that he never would have broken up with her, and that if it weren't for the fact that she left town, he and Deena would still be together. I guess it doesn't matter what she thinks of the situation, because in Glenoak, it's the man's place to decide whether a relationship lives or dies. Inexplicably, Deena is extremely gratified to know that Simon still loves her.
Cheryl shows up at the hospital wearing one of the fugliest dresses in creation. It's a speckled grey wraparound number with icky black piping. She tells Dopey that she had come down to the hospital to tell him she didn't care whether he told his parents about her, because she knew he cared about her. I guess eavesdropping on Dopey and John's conversation about her made her change her mind, though, so now she's ditching him. She says he's not the man she thought he was. I guess that's because she used to think he was worth dating. I'm glad she's finally come to her senses.
Since the show can only afford two restaurant sets, and Deena and Simon are already using the pizza parlour one, John and Priscilla have to meet her parents at the pool hall. Gene and Sylvia are friendly and supportive, despite a childish outburst from Priscilla. She shuts up again when her father apologizes for not being supportive before and says that he and his wife are in Glenoak to help with the wedding. He even goes so far as to say that John may be "the best thing that's ever happened to [Priscilla]." Man, if that's true, then she must have had a sad, sad life.
At the Glenoak airport, Robbie is waiting for Mary. She arrives, knocking him over with an enthusiastic tackle. He is a little less keen on her, however, and when Mary starts talking about this being their "second chance," Robbie experiences an attack of semantics and feels compelled to explain that since Mary has already broken up with Robbie twice, this is technically their third chance. He's one passionate guy, that Robbie.
RevCam is still waiting for Serena to explain her "spiritual emergency," but so far she's just been lamenting that guys try to pick her up in bars. She flirtatiously points out that RevCam has never tried to pick her up, and posits that maybe she should "hang out at church." RevCam suggests that she might want to find reasons to attend church beyond meeting men. He also mentions that her crisis does not sound very "spiritual" to him. Eric's standing about a foot away from Serena when some older guy clears his throat to let them know they have company. Serena hugs RevCam and says they can "talk later." She leaves. The old guy claims to be Eric's friend. He presumes on that familiarity by getting all into Eric's business, telling him that Serena has a reputation and that RevCam should stop counseling her. Nice friend! He says that Serena "gets what she wants," and that right now she wants RevCam.