Annie and Ginger are discussing Charles's illness, and Ginger is saying that the hardest part for her is the fact that Charles is still denying that he has Alzheimer's. Until he's ready to admit it, Ginger won't be able to make him accept that he should have someone caring for him during the times when she isn't around. She starts to cry as she worries about him wandering off again and possibly not coming back. Charles has been eavesdropping (and he's not even a Camden!) from outside the door. He joins Annie and Ginger in the kitchen and apologizes because he hadn't realized everyone was so worried about him. He doesn't know if he can face the situation. Annie goes over to hug him and says, "We're gonna get through this." I wonder if the writers have a special macro programmed into their word processing applications for that particular phrase. Next show, I think I'll start keeping a tally of how many times it gets used.
The next day, Matt comes over to the CamPound to apologize to Simon, which is an uphill battle because Simon is so damn rude about it all. He complains about having to sleep in Ruthie's room "on Pokémon sheets, surrounded by Hello Kitty merchandise." Okay, a Pokémon aversion I could understand, but what's wrong with Hello Kitty? Finally Simon accepts Dopey's apology, as well as an invitation to a football game. John pokes his head in the door to deliver one of the two lines he's allowed in each scene. When Simon and Dopey hug, John delivers his second line: "If you guys are gonna start getting mushy, I'm outta here."
The doorbell rings, and Lucy answers the door. Why, it's Brad! And he's such a dreamboat! Because he wants to spend time with Lucy, he's volunteered to help out with Habitat for Humanity. He claims the only problem is that he almost failed shop class. To illustrate his point, he holds up a hammer and asks, "Which end of this thing do I use?" Oh, it's the metal end, you dolt, and why don't you just use it on my head to put me out of my freakin' misery at having to type out stupid crap like your lame-ass hammer joke?
RevCam pays a visit to Ruthie's little millennium friend's parents. When he tries to blame Ben for the fact that Ruthie almost set fire to the house, Ben's dad proceeds to roll the welcome mat back up. But that's okay, because Ben's parents are wacky survivalists -- complete with a back-up generator, sat phones and extra blankets. The way the parents are played for laughs tells us it's okay to make fun of survivalists. Thanks for clearing that up, writers, because I wasn't sure.