He runs rudely past RevCam, who's coming in the front door. Eric sarcastically says, "How was your day, Dad?" and then indulges in a little soliloquy about how he's screwed up and disappointed the Colonel. Annie cuts him off to let him know Sachiko has phoned and asked him to come back over with Henry. Simon comes along and asks him how his day was. Everybody looks super-happy. RevCam leaves again.
Gross, Chickenhead and Dopey are making out. They agree not to do laundry together and to spend more time with each other. Chickenhead explains that she's such an academic go-getter because she had a lousy childhood. Now she wants to go to medical school, and she's afraid her relationship with Dopey will get in the way. We learn that Dopey has decided to go to medical school too. Bwahahaha! Anyway, Chickenhead wants to take their relationship slowly. Whatever.
Ruthie is talking to Sarah on the phone. She says, "Thanks for still wanting to be my friend. I was really, really bad." Hee! If this acting gig doesn't work out, Ruthie can always get a job at 1-976-SPANK-ME in a couple years. Sarah has conference calling, which is "way better" than three-way calling, and she suggests getting the Trolls on the line so they can all "join forces." It's a little weird that Sarah has the phone numbers of her tormenters on speed dial, because she gets this conference thing up and running just a little too quickly. I hate to come down on the side of the bullies, but it's pretty funny when the Trolls hang up on Ruthie and Sarah. "They still don't want to talk to me," laments Sarah. "No," says Ruthie, "now they don't want to talk to us." Sarah says, "'Us' sounds nice." Is anybody else feeling a bit creeped out by her clinginess? I'm trying to think of words to describe the little dance Ruthie does after hanging up the phone, but that would entail watching it again. I just got over a nasty bout of stomach flu and don't want to chance a relapse.