Annie and Charles argue about Alzheimer's again. He's still in denial, and Annie's mad. Actually, Charlie's pretty pissed too, and he says he and Ginger will be leaving in the morning.
Then Mary and RevCam argue about Robbie. Mary accuses RevCam of wanting Robbie gone, to which RevCam replies that if that were the case, he "never would have invited him over to the house." I buy that, but Mary doesn't. She says, "What matters is that Robbie doesn't want to come over here." Well, honestly, who would, you know?
RevCam wanders down to the kitchen to ask SuperMom, "How's your father?" She answers, "In denial, just like I was." See, the man of the house was right again. Because that's the natural order of things, you know. (If you are reading this and you are a cretin, please don't bother sending an e-mail agreeing with me there, because I was being sarcastic, okay?) RevCam and SuperMom spew some pointless drivel about Ruthie and the millennium, and then SuperMom informs RevCam that Simon wants to come home from Dopey's. RevCam leaves to pick him up.
This next scene is pretty odd, even by 7th Heaven standards. Lucy is on the phone with that hunky Landers boy, and she's telling him she can't see him anymore because, um, she likes him too much? She likens herself to Superman and says that Brad is like Kryptonite. Okay, I still don't get it. For the record, neither does Brad. Lucy says that when Brad's around, she feels "powerless" and wants to blow off all her other commitments to be with him. Oh, here's another gem: "Doing stuff like that is the old me, not the new me." The fuck? I swear, this stuff is weird enough to frighten me. What's the message we're supposed to take away from this? And make no mistake, there's always a message. Is it that one should only date people one finds boring? Should one not date at all? I mean, wouldn't it be more valuable for Lucy to learn how to manage her time efficiently? After saying, "I'm sorry, but it's just the way it's gotta be," Lucy hangs up. Okay, but does she at least say goodbye first? Come on, did you even need to ask?
RevCam's in the parking lot of the grocery store, where The Amazing Robbie is gathering shopping carts. Oh, I suppose I should mention that he works at the grocery store. I know, you were probably thinking he was just doing some impromptu charity work. Robbie's got a pretty big chip on his shoulder, though, and he throws RevCam a bunch of attitude. He brags about his job, his grades, and the fact that he may be released early from the diversion program, and he caps it all off by saying, "Guess you don't know me as well as you thought you did." RevCam says he's willing to get to know him better, though, and asks why Robbie doesn't want to come over to the house. Robbie looks like he's having a bit of a moral dilemma. If he says that going to the CamPound would scare the bejesus out of anybody, he might have a harder time getting down Mary's pants. Hmm, what to do, what to do? Wisely, he says nothing.