Annie leaves, and Lucy comes in. Because she's really annoying, Lucy apologizes to RevCam for "whatever [she] did." How lame is that? She is relieved to find out that RevCam only wanted to inform her that she can start confirmation classes on the weekend.
I guzzle some Maalox in preparation for a cutesy Simon/Ruthie scene. They're walking Happy and arguing over who gets to hold her leash. You can tell Happy is hoping someone lets go of the leash so she can run into traffic and end it all. The two gnomes find the fifty that Tom had dropped on the sidewalk earlier, so they argue about who gets to keep it. When Ruthie pointlessly wonders who lost the money, Simon says, "Obviously no one in our family. This is fifty dollars!" That was pretty funny. They nix the idea of giving the money to RevCam and agree to sit down "like adults" (ugh) and discuss how to spend the money. Here's a suggestion, Simon: spend it on a real haircut. I'm sure even a blind chimpanzee with pinking shears could give you a better 'do than the girlish demi-mullet you're currently sporting.
Mary sneaks into the CamKitchen, even though she really has no reason to be skulking around. It's not like it's the middle of the night, right? Annie cheerfully asks her how practice went. Before she replies, Mary looks over at Dopey and sees his nod of confirmation that this was indeed the excuse he used for her. You'd think they would have got that part straightened out when she first asked him to lie for her. In any case, SuperMom is not even suspicious. When Mary asks SuperMom's permission to go to the mall with Camille, Dopey takes it upon himself to refuse. Maybe he thinks that with RevCam not in the room, his own possession of a penis renders him the first in command. ["I think Dopey's assumed possession of a penis is a pretty big 'if' on its own." -- Sars] Annie ignores him, thank goodness, and asks a few questions before agreeing that Mary can go to the mall after dinner. Her hormones obviously raging, SuperMom dreamily announces that Tom Harrison will be their dinner guest. She doesn't mention anything about feeling up his arms earlier, although I'll bet that's what she's thinking about as she leaves the kitchen. Dopey, continuing with his patriarchal bullshit, tries to warn Mary that Camille has a reputation for being "really wild." Yeah, you know, because that smoking in the boys' locker room thing is just so outrageous. When Mary tells Matt that he also has a reputation for being really wild, it doesn't even look like she's kidding. Now, that's just weird.