Speaking of Dopey, he and Chickenhead walk into the house carrying piles of laundry. Chickenhead's saying she feels uncomfortable bringing their laundry to the Compound, but SuperMom is very gracious about it all, as she walks off saying, "Mi washer/dryer es su washer/dryer." Shana is still frantic, though, which gives me this unfortunate mental image of her running around like a chicken with its head -- well, you get the picture. She says she still doesn't feel right about the laundry and that she'd thought she and Matt would be getting together to talk tonight. Dopey depletes his limited stock of charm as he closes in on her while saying, "We're here together, talkin' and washin' and dryin'." It's a very strange little speech that makes for a total Teen Beat moment. While Mary and Lucy skulk around the stairway, eavesdropping, Chickenhead cuts off Dopey to say that he won't be able to talk her into it. No one specifies exactly what "it" is, and I don't care enough to speculate. Mary and Lucy do, though. Dopey flirtatiously asks Chickenhead, "Wanna do a load of whites together?" Hmm, I've never heard it called that before. Chickenhead responds, "I don't want to do anything that intimate right now," and Mary and Lucy stand gaping on the stairs, where Mary mouths the word "intimate." Dopey must be some kind of idiot savant whose only talent is seeing through walls, because he busts Mary and Lucy for eavesdropping, saying, "Anything you were snooping around to hear is none of your business." Don't you just love how he's such a major hypocrite when it comes to others interfering in his business?
RevCam and SuperMom are getting ready to leave for their walk. SuperMom asks about the mystery envelope, and RevCam says he didn't want to take the time to open it since he was "rushing home to walk with [his] woman." He puts enough spin on it to let us know he's kidding, so I am saved from having to put my foot through my television screen. RevCam opens the envelope, which contains a cheque made out to the church for $20,000. He and SuperMom clumsily high-five each other, which is actually kind of cute. Then they start doing "The Bump," but the opening credits kick in before we have to see too much of that.