At some convenience store, one of the twins steals some barrettes. Simon offers to pay for them. "Why?" the girl asks. Simon says that putting barrettes down her blouse is called shoplifting. "You guys should try it," the other twin says. Luke wants to get some play that night, so he puts a candy bar in his shirt while the store proprietor isn't looking. Then he drops it on the floor and makes a guilty face. The man turns around. Instead of just playing it off like he dropped a candy bar, Luke picks it up and runs off with the twins. "Hey, you!" yells the man. "You didn't pay for that! Get back here!" Simon finally decides that now would be a good time for him to run, too. What a bunch of dummies. That's the worst shoplifting I've ever seen. Well, except for that one time that my brothers dared me to steal a bag of potato chips, and I fell down and dropped the chips as I was trying to run out the door. But still.
The Unknown Bartender calls Matt. The Blonde O' the Week's name is Julia, and she's a model, and she wants Matt to meet her at some place or other that night. Matt tells John the good news, but John isn't very enthusiastic. He points out that Matt's always falling in love. Matt says, "You're just jealous." John sarcastically agrees.
Meanwhile, on the delinquent double date, the Murphy twins encourage Simon to skip out on their restaurant bill. Simon! Watch out for that self-constructed treacherous road!
Lucy gets Ruthie out of bed. Why? Because she's changed her mind about going to the dance. She's all tarted up in a dress that threatens to upchuck her breasts. Ruthie and the twins have to accompany her to the dance, because there's no one else home to watch after them. Ruthie asks if the CamRents will be very upset with her for lying to the principal. I certainly hope so.
In line at Flicks, one of the Murphy twins pinches the ass of the girl in front of her. The girl screeches, turns, and assumes Simon was the culprit. The girl's boyfriend gets ready to kick some Camden ass. Simon and his crew run away again. One of the Murphy criminals suggests sneaking into the movie.
Back at Eddie's, Grace Poole has called four of her closest friends to join the spectator sport. The biddies and Pauline eat their burgers and wait for something scandalous to happen between Annie and Robin. RevCam walks in with Ruthie's principal, and the busybodies gasp like they just got to the "good part" in a necking-only romance novel. Eric's there to tell Annie what Ruthie did. The CamRents go off to talk, leaving the principal to sit with Robin. Annie accuses Eric of merely wanting to break up her date with Robin. Eric cops to it, and Annie thanks him because "Robin is horrible." It's good that she had her big, strong husband to save her, then. I'd hate for her to have to cut the date short herself. Oh, no. That would be too assertive. The CamRents notice Grace & Friends staring at them. RevCam has had it. He stomps over to their table with Annie on his heels. He tells Grace that he and Annie are dating other people. He explains that the whole thing with Mary was just a cover story for their new swingers' lifestyle. Grace coughs in indignation. Why can't Johnny come out and punch RevCam in the face again?