Annie and Lucy talk about Annie's high school boyfriends. Lucy loves it, but I certainly wouldn't like to hear about my mother's old boyfriends. As far as I'm concerned, if they came before my father, they aren't real people. So, sorry, Samuel Himmelfarbensteinowitzberg, but you're just a figment of my grandmother's kooky imagination. Lucy asks Annie if she's ever told RevCam about her ex-boyfriends. Annie says that her boyfriends are "ancient history." I'll bet. When Annie's boyfriends weren't hunting for the tribe's food, they were painting on the walls of their cave or using rudimentary stone tools to make clothing out of animal skins. Mary silently comes up with the iced teas, only to hear Annie and Lucy say that they don't need her around. Mary turns around and leaves with the iced teas, which really isn't fair because no one said they didn't need any iced teas.
John finds Matt mopping a hallway and asks him what's wrong. Matt tells him about how Timmy screwed him over with the lab assistant job. But Matt says that he's angrier at himself than he is at Timmy. John and Matt leave, and we see that Timmy was behind a doorway and heard everything Matt said.
Simon offers Beth a wide variety of beverages, but she rejects them all. Simon has run out of things to do with Beth, so he tries to inflict her on his sisters, but they aren't around. Beth says she's going home because it's very apparent that she and Simon aren't going to be friends. "You don't even like me," she says. "I do like you," Simon responds, trying to make her feel better. Beth's face lights up and she hugs Simon, then runs home to tell her mother. If you weren't sure if Beth was pathetically lame before when she wrote Simon's name in her notebook, you should be convinced that she is now.
RevCam tells Annie that the board just called and asked to see records of all of the CamExpenses in the last year. Guess what's not on that list? That's right: condoms. Annie thinks the audit is a good thing because then the deacons will see how little money they have and are sure to give him a raise. They're also sure to give RevCam a raise because IT'S AN AUTOMATIC RAISE, but whatever. Annie hands the twins off to RevCam to work on the bathroom again. She'd rather install plumbing than spend time with the twins. Mother of the year!
Night has fallen in the CamPound. Ruthie asks Annie if she's only letting Ruthie and RevCam buy the new car because she wants RevCam out of the house. Annie says that's ridiculous; she's doing it to get Ruthie out of the house. Actually, she says she really wants RevCam to pick out a car, and she wants Ruthie and RevCam to spend some time together. Ruthie asks Annie what she's doing; Annie says she's adding up the family's receipts to show the deacons. Ruthie asks why RevCam doesn't handle the receipts since it's his raise, but Annie explains that she's a good little housewife, and this is what good little housewives do while their big strong husbands work and bring home money. Ruthie asks exactly what her father even does at his job besides give sermons, which he only does once or twice a season as it is. Annie explains that RevCam does many things, all of which involve a complete and utter failure to mind his own damn business.