Back in the principal's office, Robbie says he will call SuperMom down, but even such a dire threat doesn't get much reaction from Ruthie. Robbie leaves for the outer office to talk with the principal. She comments that parenting is hard, which is probably true but doesn't have much relevance to Robbie's life, seeing as how he's not a parent or anything. Dumb-ass Robbie comments that the Camdens are good parents, and that's why he should call them down to Ruthie's school now. The principal tells him that's she's already spoken to Annie, who told her to let Robbie handle this situation. That makes Robbie more than a little nervous, but the principal lets him know that if he can't handle the situation, she will handle it herself. Robbie goes back into the inner office alone to talk to Ruthie some more. I'd feel sorrier for him if he weren't so damn annoying. He's still trying to get Ruthie to tell him the big secret of where she goes during homeroom, but Ruthie is standing her ground. I'd find this a whole lot more commendable if it weren't for the fact that I probably care less about this so-called mystery than I have ever cared about anything in my life.
Oh, look -- it's Simon and his hot eighteen-year-old girlfriend Sasha. Looking at her hair reminds me that I have to pick up some Frizz-Ease later. Simon's making himself look like a goof by telling Sasha that his mommy won't let them date anymore. Sasha claims that she and Simon are "eternal," whatever the hell that's supposed to mean. I think it may be some religious joke that I just don't understand because I'm agnostic. In any case, Sasha is not pleased. She rolls her eyes and leaves. Lucy scurries over to ask Simon how the break-up went. Not a lot of privacy in the Camden household, is there?