In the school hallway, Principal Jones feels up Martin's chest and mouths the word "rutabaga" until RevCam appears on the scene so the camera focus can, of course, switch to him. RevCam stares at Martin and Principal Jones, looking just a little bit jealous of the connection she's formed with him. He waits until she leaves, then rushes up to Martin, who begins to espouse the greatness that is Principal Jones: her refusal to deviate from the rules means that everyone is treated fairly, and Martin thinks that's great. "Bottom line," Martin says, "this is the highest-rated school academically in the whole district, and I don't feel like I'm going to get stabbed by another student every time I go around the corner." RevCam nods, probably thinking about the time when one of Simon's non-violent and academically-motivated classmates shot Eric in the shoulder, or the time another one of Simon's classmates brought a gun to school with the expressed intent of shooting everyone. The bell rings, and Martin excuses himself, but not before RevCam can invite him over for dinner. Suddenly, some girl walks up to RevCam and starts talking to him. Oh, that's sad. She must not have any other friends. She assumes that he's at the school because Martin and Principal Jones are "a little too close, if you know what [she] mean[s]." I don't, because I totally thought she was saying that they were gettin' it on, but she really meant that Martin is a spy sent by Principal Jones to get information on her enemies. RevCam thinks about this as the scene fades to credits.
Opening credits. 7th Heaven is brought to you by Motrin IB. Thanks, Motrin, but I usually require stronger drugs than that to watch this show.
The Opening Credits Timewaster is introduced to us by an out-of-control jazzy piano solo. Martin vigorously polishes the kitchen table, then takes the dishes off of it and puts them in the sink. Who puts Pledge on their table before they've cleared it off? Martin does. RevCam looks on and thinks about how Asslee never does anything like this when she has dinner over. As Martin starts to polish the faucet, RevCam tells him to relax. Martin says all the cleaning is a product of his "military training," prompting RevCam to ask about Mr. Martin. "He's in Iraq," Martin says, clearing up any confusion for people who might not have watched his first episode where he explained all of this, while seeming like a repetitive idiot to anyone who has. RevCam asks Martin a few questions about where he's been all day, because that's how RevCam treats the people he really loves.