RevCam walks into the kitchen and demonstrates his plot-enabling abilities by immediately asking about Mike, whose car he saw outside. When Eric hears that Matt is "terrified," he offers to help. Mike comes into the kitchen and, with a straight face, agrees that RevCam could help, since he's a professional and all. See, the only problem there is that Matt's situation has nothing to do with stalking, and stalking really is where RevCam excels. I'm just not sure if offering to counsel Matt on non-stalking issues is going to help anybody. RevCam leaves to give it a shot anyway, and as he goes, Mike looks after him and does that index finger twirling around the ear gesture that's supposed to signify craziness. It's almost as funny as it was the last time I saw someone use that gesture, which was probably in the fifth grade. I'm not sure if Mike's trying to imply that RevCam or Dopey is the crazy one, but I'm not going to get worked up about it. That would be like trying to figure out who sucks harder: Celine Dion or Michael Bolton. At the end of the day, it just doesn't matter.
In the living room, Dopey is telling his father, "I'd rather have hot needles poked into my eyes." Now, I know it's possible the writer could have come up with that phrase in some other way, but I prefer to think that he or she lifted it from one of my recaps. Hey, thanks for the shout-out! Dopey's worried that "a stranger will know all the sordid details of [his] life." Yuck. I know that's supposed to be a joke, considering that Dopey has no life, but now I have this really unfortunate idea in my head that they're referring to some bizarre hobbies or fetishes he practices instead of sex. I'm sorry, I hope you're not eating while you're reading this.
Over at the hospital, Dopey paces the hallway for a while. Then he starts banging his head against the wall. Oh-ho, isn't it great how they play those mental-health issues for laughs? Everyone knows that insanity provides a veritable treasure trove of comedy!