Mac says that if he goes out with Pam, he'll "never survive the locker room." This takes on a whole new meaning when you're watching the show with someone who just started work at a gay and lesbian consumer products company and is currently browsing through their catalogue of porn offerings. Asslee's dad and his annoying voice lecture about how Pam survived being embarrassed for ten years, so Mac should have no problem dealing with the locker room. Then he starts telling Martin how he's his "favorite" of all of Asslee's ex-boyfriends, and practically wets his own pants when Martin calls him "sir." He asks Mac if he has class and moral integrity like Martin. Mac says he doesn't know. Mr. Smith says he thinks that Mac does know, and that he "can change a young woman's life." I wouldn't give Mac that much credit; he can't even brush his own hair.
Kevin and Lucy walk by the pizza place again, and spot Roxanne hugging Det. Michaels! She leaves, and he turns to see Kevin and Lucy standing there gawking at him. At least Lucy has the decency to look ashamed about it.
RevCam and Annie sit Ruthie down to talk to her about her project. She says she thought they would be proud of her for doing something different for her project; RevCam says he can't believe that she would chose to "disparage two great American presidents for a presentation in your school on a day that's been set aside to honor them." Ruthie says a lot of the stuff they wrote "is true," or "could be true," or "might be true." I guess she spent all of her time working on that nice layout instead of doing some actual research, because she should have been able to find plenty of entirely true disparaging things to say about both Washington and Lincoln. Ruthie still thinks her project is good, so Annie starts in on her until the phone rings. "Martin will get it," Annie snaps, and I guess it's good that Martin is doing something to earn his keep. RevCam suggests that Ruthie ask her teacher for an extension, and spend the extra time making a more "balanced" (as in, Fox News Channel's version of "balanced") paper that details all of Lincoln and Washington's many accomplishments. Ruthie counters that there's nothing wrong with saying that two people are human beings who made mistakes like everyone else, to which RevCam says that since they aren't exactly there to defend themselves, there is something wrong with it. I'm pretty sure there's a lesson in there somewhere about not criticizing George W. Bush, but I definitely don't care enough to find it. Nor would I heed it if I did. I'm just really glad that I didn't have to watch the episode where Martin's dad said that the results of the last presidential election weren't important anymore. Martin comes to the door and announces that Lily is on the phone for Annie. The piano kicks into high gear as Annie glares at her husband.