At the pool hall, Simon sees Elaina playing pool with an older couple. They're probably her parents, since we all know someone with acne could not possibly have many friends. I'm sure it's not the major chip Elaina has on her shoulder that makes people want to stay 50 miles from her at all times. Simon takes her aside to explain the Lucy and Mike situation. She shows an unbecoming glee when Simon says Lucy is jealous of her, and she agrees to go to the CamPound to talk to Mike and Lucy.
Annie walks into RevCam's office and tells him she has a confession to make. He replies, "I'm afraid you've got the wrong church." Har har, a bit of religious humour. Annie tries to pump up RevCam's ego a bit, but somehow he sees through the fact that Dopey betrayed his confidence. Don't ask me how, because I can't bear to rewind the tape and listen to that conversation again. Annie acts all cutesy, pretending to be embarrassed that she's been found out. RevCam manfully explains that he and Annie are feeling confused right now because Mary is gone and things have "shifted." He predicts that they will feel strange until Mary's all right again. The CamRents start making out on RevCam's desk. Simon walks in on them. He says that Elaina is in the living room and she has a problem. Simon wants Eric to talk to her because he says the problem is "right up his alley." Hmm, it must have something to do with stalking.
Apparently, Ruthie has never seen acne before, so she asks a bunch of dumb questions to prompt Elaina through tonight's PSA on acne. When that's over, Ruthie tries to tell Elaina that Mike really likes her. When Elaina asks how Ruthie knows this, the demon urchin replies, "I know practically everything around here." This gets sort of a disbelieving look from Elaina, which is mildly amusing.
Dopey visits the Sinnin' Premarital Cohabitators' Pad in search of John, but he finds Priscilla instead. He insults and sneers at her decor and tells her how much John must hate it. Aw, isn't it nice that the CamRents brought him up so well? Dopey asks where John sleeps; Priscilla points toward a futon on the floor. It's one of two futons on the floor, so at least the pair don't sleep together. They may still be having sex, but at least they're not sleeping together. What virtuous young role models they are! Dopey keeps calling the furniture "tiny." I'm not sure if this is meant as some sort of racial slur against Asians, but it sure sounds like it to me. Dopey admits his own jealousy and says how happy he is that John must be miserable in the apartment. Ah, that Dopey. He's rude, nasty, unsupportive of his friends, and a bigot to boot! What a prize.