After a delightful commercial respite, it's time for the "RevCam counsels a tertiary character no one gives a shit about" portion of the show. Today's tertiary character is Deena's father. Big surprise -- Deena's parents are getting divorced. There's a bunch of useless exposition about the family's plans. I guess it would be useful if one cared at all about what happens to Deena. Speak of the devil, in walks Deena. I almost miss the rest of the scene because I'm so distracted by that ugly shirt. It was bad enough when I could only see the top half of it, but now that I see it all, I realize that there is some sort of design of silver clouds or hearts or something right over her breasts. How bizarre is that? Anyway, Deena's dad hasn't told her about the divorce yet, but RevCam's visit has prompted him to do so. Okay, we get it. We're supposed to think that RevCam saved the day, even though he didn't really do anything. Can we move on now?
Lucy tells SuperMom that Ronald dumped her. She starts to complain about how he was chatting up another girl while Lucy was on a date with him. Annie "wisely" asks what she was doing to provoke that, and Lucy, shouts, "I was spying on Andrew Nayloss! Are you satisfied?" She asks if Annie ever gets "tired of being right all the time," and Annie replies in the negative while getting overly cutesy about it all. Uh-oh, cliché alert: Annie says, "Sometimes you don't know how much you like someone until you lose them." Hey, thanks for the platitude, babe! Lucy goes upstairs to plan how she will win Andrew back. She doesn't admit to consulting The Rules, but I'm sure that's what she's doing.
Ruthie says she needs Simon's help to get a certain guy to like her. Simon teases her until she finally admits she likes Burt. Simon's advice is good; he says Ruthie should just tell Burt she likes him. The only other thing worth mentioning about this scene is that we learn that Ruthie is eight years old and Simon is thirteen. Oh, and as usual, Happy looks way dejected.
Ooh, RevCam's on Robbie's doorstep, telling him that they have to talk. I hope against hope that their talk will prove interesting.
Dopey returns to the swingin' bachelor pad to find that John has the security chain on the door. Dopey can't come in until he breaks up with Chickenhead. John complains about Matt's whining, which is genuinely funny, but then they have to ruin it all by having him say that living with Dopey is like living with a girl. Yeah, you know, because whining is such a girl thing to do. Ugh. At John's prodding, Matt admits that it is Heather he loves, so John makes him leave again to break up with Chickenhead for real.