Back at 7th Heaven High, we see The Fonz strolling thr...oops. My bad, sorry. It's Simon, and he's carrying a huge pile of books. Because the pile is so large and heavy and Simon is so small and stringy, he cannot see over the books, and he bumps into a large, bully type. Bully Boy does not look amused. Simon: "I'm sorry. I'm doing a little research on hereditary diseases, and cholesterol, and hearts and stuff. My dad just had a heart attack." At this, Bully Boy gives Simon a hey-I've-been-there-so-I-won't-give-this-kid-such-a-hard-time look and offers to help Simon lug the books over to his locker. Simon looks relieved, and says, "Normally I'm up to carrying a load of books. But now that I'm the man of the house, I've got three sisters and six-month-old twins to take care of. So, I've got to admit, I'm a little worn out." When they get to Simon's locker, Bully Boy asks Simon if his father actually died, and Simon tells him that no, actually, it was a mild heart attack, and RevCam's just "taking it easy for a while. I'm just filling in." To this, Bully Boy replies, "That's all? What are you, a wimp? Stop complaining and buck up, kid!" First, word, Bully Boy -- set that little brat straight. Second, shut up, Simon. Third, "buck up"?
La Casa. Happy is sitting at the bottom of the stairs when the doorbell rings. SuperMom appears (carrying laundry, of course), and opens the door to reveal none other than "GRRRRAAAAACE," otherwise known as Mr. Rooney's secretary from Ferris Bueller, not to mention Mrs. Poole from whatever the hell show that was ("The Hogan Family. Someone shoot me for knowing that." -- Sars). SuperMom isn't nearly as excited to see Edie McClurg on her doorstep as I am. She looks rather vexed, actually, probably because of the large sign on the front door that reads, "Please DO NOT ring BELL." Also, this lady is apparently a huge gossip in the town. She just wants to know if RevCam is feeling better and if she can do anything to help out around the house, maybe dig up a little dirt to tell the ladies at the bridge game on Monday night. SuperMom isn't having any of her, and more or less slams the door in her face.
In the living room, RevCam is sitting. Now he's standing. Now he's sitting again. He's amazed by how the human body just knows how to do these things. Mr. Stupidhead isn't particularly impressed.
Nighttime in the kitchen. SuperMom is peeling something with the lights on. Now the lights are on. Now the lights are off. Now the lights are on again. Annie again looks irked. She looks over to find -- as I'm sure you've guessed by now -- RevCam at the light switch. He remarks, "You know, electricity is an amazing technology." Annie, exasperated: "Amazing!" Mary comes in, and the Rev wants to know if she wants help with her homework. Annie: "No, that's okay, I'll help her." Mary gives the Rev a well-she-seems-to-really-want-to look, and he splits. Mary then gives SuperMom a thanks-Mom-why-is-Dad-acting-like-such-a-stoner? look.