Simon and Morris are walking down the sidewalk, exhibiting a heavy flirtatious vibe. Morris is trying to get Simon to invite him to dinner, arguing that he's "half-Jewish" -- whatever that means -- and that he has no plans since someone named Megan broke her date with him. He claims it's because "no one likes [him]" after he brought Simon to Mike's party, though I think it's more likely that she suspects where Morris's true affections lie.
Back in the CamKitchen, Annie is completely frazzled because none of her food has turned out the way she wanted it to. Man, if so, she really has to be the worst cook in the world. RevCam comes in, and Annie starts whining to him about how upset she is that she didn't get to invite the Glasses over first. She loses my attention around the time she starts talking about how the Glasses must think the Camdens are "standoffish" for not inviting them over. RevCam doesn't seem to be listening to her either.
Upstairs in the girls' room, Lucy is trying to figure out how she will get out of going to dinner tonight. Why? She wants to stay home with Robbie to "clean up" the "unfinished business" from their relationship, and apparently no other time will do. Could that be the most contrived subplot ever? I do believe it is. But wait -- it gets worse. Lucy decides that she will fake fainting, and she gives us a little sample of her craptacular fainting technique, but nobody's impressed, least of all me. I do perk up a bit, though, when she suggests cracking her head against a wall. You know, Lucy, if you want to spring for my airfare out to Glenoak, I'd be more than happy to come over and cause you some bodily harm. I could start by kicking your ass. Think about it.
Simon is trying to convince Dopey and PC to let him bring Morris as his date to the dinner. He argues that since Morris is "half-Jewish," he can be a shining example of how well mixed marriages work. That's because Morris is "a good student, honest, a fabulous lay." Wait a second -- I must have misheard that. I better rewind the tape. Oh, okay, Simon was actually saying that Morris is "responsible." Oops, my bad. Simon's argument wins his brother over, since Dopey thinks this scenario will prove better than their original plan of telling their parents that being married is good, since "a lack of frustration will allow [them] to focus on our studies." Ew, that's twice now that I've had to think about Dopey's sex life. I feel defiled.