Inexplicably, Mary has followed Dopey's instructions to report to his room for a totally inappropriate dress-down. He berates her until she starts to cry. Then he switches from Bad Cop to Good Cop and comforts her with, "It's okay, it's okay." But on the off chance that she might get too complacent, he switches right back into Bad Cop mode again: "But a word of warning: from now on, I'll be watching you like a hawk." That must be of great comfort to her.
Outside Matt's door, RevCam has been eavesdropping. He's busted when SuperMom walks by and informs him, "That's not very nice." RevCam has no shame, though, and he just says he'll join Annie as soon as he says goodnight to Lucy. Will this be his chance to implement his super-special confirmation class plan? You betcha. Apparently, his plan consists of saying good night to Lucy and then saying good night to the pile of pillows that Mary had stuffed into her own bed to resemble a sleeping teenager before she left for the frat party earlier. Lucy makes a sad attempt at the horrible "art" of ventriloquism by trying to imitate Mary's voice saying good night from the aforementioned pile of pillows. Just at that moment, Mary leaves Dopey's room and walks past RevCam, saying good night for real. This prompts Lucy to guiltily pipe up that she will see RevCam at confirmation class on Sunday. Aw -- and another recalcitrant teen is subdued through an appallingly unlikely sequence of coincidences. So, really, I want to know -- was that RevCam's big plan? If it worked, then I might as well move forward with my plan to achieve world domination by sleeping in till noon every day and making sure to catch as many Law & Order reruns as A&E sees fit to show. It's about as logical as anything The Good RevCam has ever come up with.