Ben is sitting in the CamPound backyard. I think we're supposed to believe that he's lost in deep thought. Right. He asks the CamRents to tell Kevin that he's gone to Florida. Oh, gross! Brenda better not hook him up with Mary off-screen. Actually, this plot is so stupid, I'm just going to pretend it's not even happening. I just hope Ben can find his ticket. The airport is a pretty big place, and Mary could have left that ticket anywhere!
Simon and Asslee are having a really stupid heart-to-heart down on the Promenade. Asslee admits to being embarrassed about being kicked out of the movie. Okay, but shouldn't she be more embarrassed about all the dialogue she has to deliver on this crapfest of a show? With great sadness, Asslee informs Simon that she and he will have to spend less time together. You see, if they're together too much, their crazy hormones will explode and make them have sex. Hey, it makes just as much sense as anything else on this show.
Roxanne is delivering an impassioned speech to Detective Michaels about how much her father means to her and how disappointed she is that the department is forcing Daddy to quit -- despite the fact that she hasn't even talked to her father yet and that nobody has ever told her that's why her father is quitting. She just latched on to the first stupid idea she encountered and ran with it. Detective Michaels tries to stop her. Why? Because she's a great cop? I'm not buying that for a minute. Actually, I think he's merely trying to tell her that she couldn't be further off base about her ridiculous assumptions, but she's just too rude to let him finish. Her self-righteous resignation may be accompanied by music that tries to fool us into thinking this scene is good drama, but quite frankly, I've watched dishrags dry in a more exciting manner.