After the commercial break, Mike arrives at the CamPound to lay some more blame. He assumes that because Elaina stood him up, it must be because of something Lucy said to her. What an arrogant prick. Lucy dignifies his stupid assertions by defending herself against them. Yeah, that's self-confidence, all right. She tells him she still has feelings for him, but he attempts to belittle those feelings by sneering, "It's more like you didn't want something until someone else wanted it." As he's walking out the front door, he says, "Fix this, Luce, or we're not gonna be friends." Man, I've never wanted to see anything on this show more than I want to see Lucy sweetly tell him to fix it himself because she doesn't want to be friends with a manipulative asswipe like him. However, I'm sure they'll have Lucy subjugate her personality some more in the interest of pleasing the male here. Excuse me, I think I have to go smash something.
In the CamKitchen, Matt and Simon are leaving to play pool when Robbie initiates a confrontation about Dopey's hostility problem. He tries to ingratiate himself with Dopey by mentioning that he went out with John because John's having a hard time adjusting to life with Priscilla. That's getting dangerously close to breaching John's confidence, but this show never worries about anyone's privacy anyway. Dopey plans to go talk to John, leaving Simon free to play pool with Robbie. Maybe he wants to pick St. Robbie's brain about those special feelings he's been having for Mike Pierce lately. Anyway, he can't wait to leave with Robbie. This leaves Dopey alone with Annie. Of course, she's going to use this opportunity to talk about her "Mama" problem. See, all the other kids said "Dada" first, but the twins said "Mama" first. Only now they won't say it to her. Is this terribly grave problem making you feeling sorry for her yet? Me neither. I spend the rest of her crappy speech thinking of comical ways the producers could kill off her pathetic character. Dopey laughs at her, though he tries to play it off by saying that he's laughing at the irony of Annie being jealous of Eric while Eric is jealous of Annie. So much for his promise to maintain RevCam's secret. Annie promises not to let RevCam know that Dopey "ratted him out." Dopey knocks Annie's ability to lie and says he doesn't want to be in the house when she confronts RevCam. He could have just told her he was planning on leaving anyway, but then he wouldn't have been able to get in that little dig about her.