This episode is dedicated to the memory of Shelley Hull, who doesn't merit anything fancier than Times New Roman font for his dedication announcement. And it's not even centered. Shelley Hull was an associate producer on the show who died in February of this year. Meanwhile, Graham Jarvis died a little over two years ago and has to yet to see an episode dedicated to his memory. Obviously, the episode where his character died, in which the impulsive nuptials of two retarded people got more screen time than his death or any characters' reactions to it, and the subsequent episode in which the entire town danced and sang in happiness over his passing, do not count.
Sad Pianos give way to the more upbeat guitar and drums as we enter Glenoak High. Then Ruthie sees Vincent talking to a girl, and the Saxophones of He Sure Did Get Over You Fast start up. Ruthie walks up to the new couple and introduces herself. The blonde girl rolls her eyes and introduces herself simply as "Vincent's new girlfriend." Women don't need any more identification than that on this show, really. Vincent tells us her name is Margo, which is the designated name for all snotty bitches (please see "Brewster, Punky" and "3-G, Apartment"), and this Margo is no exception. Ruthie says she doesn't want things to be awkward. Margo asks who, exactly, things would be awkward for. Ruthie has no answer for this, because she's not used to getting sassed. Vincent tries to leave, but Margo asks "Preacher Girl" if she bought her jacket from "Second Hand Rose," Glenoak's hottest new secondhand clothing store, because Margo recognizes it as her own. She adds that next time Ruthie needs clothes, she should just tell Margo, who can give her all the clothes she doesn't want anymore. And, hopefully, has outgrown significantly, as Margo is a lot taller than Ruthie. Margo demands that Vincent follow her down the hall, but he chooses to follow Ruthie, who runs into the bathroom. Of course, he cannot pass the door, as women's bathrooms are guarded by force fields that repel anyone in possession of a penis. On any other show, I would hate the bitchy Margo. As this is 7th Heaven, however, and Margo has hurt the feelings of a character whose feelings I care nothing about, I think she's awesome.