Alas, it turns out not to be the house making noise, but Simon and some blonde girl running downstairs. And y'all -- Simon is buttoning up his shirt and the girl is fixing her hair! Looks to me like sex was had! Annie confronts them, and Simon introduces his friend from school, "Georgia." It would seem that Brenda lost her "Most Popular Baby Names of 1957" book over the hiatus, so she picked up an atlas and decided to use that to name her characters instead. Look out next week for new character "Rhode Island," a classmate of Ruthie's who lives with his parents "Wyoming" and "Pennsylvania." And is a Muslim. Annie asks to speak to Simon in the living room, and he reluctantly follows her.
In the living room, Annie says it looks to her as if Simon and Georgia weren't expecting anyone in the house and were trying to sneak out unseen. Simon's like, "Yeah." Annie can't believe that Simon would do something with another girl when Asslee's on vacation. She asks what Simon and Georgia were doing in his room. "Well that's kinda personal," he responds. He says he's an adult and what he does in his own bedroom is his own business. And it is, if it's his own bedroom in his own house. But it's not; it's his parents' (well, the church's, but we'll just say "parents'" for the sake of this argument), and while parents should respect their children's privacy to a certain degree, what they do in their bedrooms isn't necessarily none of their business. Annie asks Simon if he's having sex, to which Simon pleads the Fifth Amendment. Annie says they will talk about this when RevCam gets home.
RevCam and Ruthie are sitting in what I guess is supposed to be the guidance counselor's office. RevCam and Counselor want to know why Ruthie pantsed Martin. Counselor proffers up a list of possible reasons for Ruthie to choose from, almost begging her to say that she did it on a dare. With fake tears in her eyes, Ruthie says she pantsed Martin because she felt like it. RevCam puts a hand on her shoulder, to which Ruthie screams at him to leave her alone. Wow, that's like the most acting Mackenzie Rosman has done since that one episode where she pretended she was pregnant like her mother and danced and sang and twirled around on the counter of a fast food restaurant. Martin enters, and everyone stares at each other.