Speaking of, here's Mary at the busy pizza parlor. She still has time to converse with her new friends, though. She's pleasantly surprised by the amount she's making in tips. I wonder how much more she could make by bringing stacks of panties pre-stamped with her phone number, though. Frankie asks her again about staying for a beer after work. Mary can't, she has to bring a pizza home to Ruthie. Frankie says they'll drink while the pizza's cooking. She runs off. Johnny talks about how important that extra hour of R&R time is to Frankie ever since she had the baby. He says that she could use a friend, too, because all her old ones ditched her when she got pregnant. Mary doesn't know about the beer, but she will stick around long enough to get the pizza.
Matt's at his apartment and he's out of milk. He leaves the apartment to get milk. I guess this scene is to indicate that he's made his milk-drinking plans for the evening and he doesn't intend to take Simon anywhere. Either that, or it's just to help round out the hour.
Annie shows up at her professor's office and finds a note on the door. It says, "Mrs. Camden -- Please join me at the Gypsy Café on Broxton. Gene Hatch[something]." She goes to the payphone and gets a busy signal from somewhere.
Simon's at home, leaving a message on Matt's answering machine. RevCam comes downstairs and offers to drive Simon and Lulu to the movie. Simon gets all pissy and refuses. He's wearing a leather blazer, which I find amusing. He calls Matt and gets the answering machine again.
Mary steps outside the pizza parlor to tell Frankie that some regular customers are asking for her. Mary and Frankie are both wearing the Pete's Pizza uniform top, but Frankie has customized hers by cutting off the stomach-covering half of it. She's a bad girl, you see. She has no minister to staple her clothes. She says she'll just finish up her cigarette. She offers Mary a drag. At least she's polite. She says she started smoking when she was twelve, then quit while pregnant, then resumed the habit after "popping out" her baby Mercy. Frankie's mom is "good with babies -- it's teenagers she can't handle." Frankie hands Mary her cigarette and gets back to work. Mary stares at the cigarette, sorely tempted by smoky Lucifer. Then she chucks it as the melancholy guitar looks on.