Simon and Annie meet in the hallway, and Simon apologizes to her for making it seem like he was avoiding her. He's "just trying to grow up." Annie says that she can help him with this. His whole family can help. Like they helped when he killed that kid and then let him run away to college and never talked about him again? Or like they helped Mary when she was drinking "heavily" and experimenting with staring at joints? Simon asks Annie if he can skip dinner to take Georgia out. Annie says he can. As Simon walks away, Annie has her own little flashback of him in Season One, when he had that terrible haircut. It's sad that his hair now isn't much different.
Nighttime at the CamPound. Annie and RevCam are sitting on the couch, trying to figure out who's talking to which kid. Should they present a united front or speak to the kids separately? As they fight, Martin walks by, carrying some large baggage. Annie suggests that RevCam talk to Ruthie and she can talk to Martin. "I think he just walked through here with a tent," she adds. Lucy runs in looking for Kevin and Matt. She couldn't find them at the pool hall where they said they would be, and she doesn't like them hanging out together and talking about her. Lucy says she has a paper to write, and takes off. Annie says that she's going to talk to Ruthie to "feel useful." Well, at least Annie can feel useful, even if she can't actually be it.
RevCam comes outside, where Martin has already set up a rather large tent. He did that in three seconds! I couldn't even construct a crude lean-to out of my bedspread, a wall, and some nails in that time. I guess that's what a military upbringing does for you. Martin is doing his homework by the light of a lantern when RevCam approaches. Martin says he let Matt have the bedroom to himself so he could spend some time away from everyone. "Does 'everyone' include me?" RevCam asks. Martin says it does. RevCam reacts to this by taking a seat at the picnic table like the rude bastard he is. He says he's sorry that he seemed more concerned with Ruthie's feelings than Martin's, and he knows what Ruthie did was wrong. "Does she know that?" Martin asks. RevCam says she does. "Does she?" Martin snots. "She didn't apologize." Martin had a rude tone there, but I understand. RevCam says he's sure Ruthie will apologize after he goes inside and makes her. He continues that he would have been just as defensive about Ruthie with his real children, because he gives her preferential treatment because she's not his biological child and he has to overcompensate. RevCam says that he's probably a part of the reason why Ruthie is having trouble seeing herself as a "young adult." Another part of that reason might be that she looks ten years old. RevCam finishes by saying that Ruthie was wrong, and he's sorry for being unsupportive. He cares about Martin, and thinks he's a "very responsible, reasonable, attractive young man." He left the "attractive" part unsaid, but, you know. RevCam says that he loves having Martin around because he reminds him of Robbie, and he's sorry that he and the rest of his family have problems with their CamBrains. Martin apologizes for saying that, and says he does appreciate being able to stay at the CamPound. He just needs some time in the backyard. RevCam says he'll leave the back door unlocked. His bedroom door, too. "In case you change your mind," he says.