Matt drops Doc off at the hospital and tells him how much he appreciated their talk. Doc pretends that the next time he's in the building, he will look up Matt for another chat. Hee hee -- I'm sure that'll happen. He leaves Dopey with some convoluted advice that's probably not worth the time it would take for me to decipher. As he's walking into the hospital, Doc brushes his hand across his own ass but tries to play it off like he was going to adjust his belt.
Speaking of asses, RevCam's attempting some problem-solving again. He's explaining to Ruthie and Robbie that Annie is worried about Ruthie growing up to become a criminal. Frankly, I don't think she needs to worry. Ruthie's just not that funny. Big surprise -- it turns out the article in the parenting magazine that fueled this half-witted story line was written by a stand-up comic who was being sarcastic. This was explained at the end the article, but the CamRents never made it that far. It's a little weird that Annie would get so up in arms about an issue and then couldn't even be bothered to finish reading the article on it, but maybe the writers were feeling even lazier than usual this week and just couldn't be bothered coming up with a more credible plot. RevCam makes another plea to Ruthie to tell her parents what she does every morning, but she refuses, though she phrases it well. RevCam tells her he loves her and then leaves. Robbie and Ruthie discuss the fact that Eric seemed depressed.