Martin and Ruthie chat as they walk along the Promenade. Martin says things are going well with Zoe and that he likes her, which WHAT?! Since when? Wasn't he accusing her of making him miss a call from his father JUST LAST WEEK? Didn't he DUMP her TWO WEEKS AGO?! Why is he still with her? Ruthie says that Zoe is "nice," which, again we haven't seen any proof of this. But now it's time for Martin to try to convince Ruthie that Vincent isn't the man for her, because this show still hasn't figured out how infuriating and stupid these plots are. Martin points out Vincent's faults, like how his head is too big for his body and he saw him smoking once and how Vincent isn't "athletic." "I kinda thought you would end up with a jock, not a 'Vincent,'" Martin says. And what was he basing that assumption on? Ruthie's previous conquests? I don't think so. And I don't think Vincent is all that unathletic. He was a pretty good dancer, and I bet he'd be a great tight end. Martin says he thinks Ruthie could "do better" with someone who "fits in with [her] lifestyle." And then Vincent could find someone who fits in with his "lifestyle" a little better too. Someone with a penis. Ruthie says that Martin seems to feel very strongly about Ruthie breaking up with Vincent. Martin says that's because he cares.
Lucy asks her mother to "keep an eye on Savannah" while she and Kevin go to meet the "real-i-tor." Annie is happy to do whatever it takes to get her burden of a daughter out of the house, and agrees. Kevin and Lucy walk off as SamVid make their angry faces. Annie asks the twins what's wrong, and they say that they're angry at Annie for making all their brothers and sisters leave the house. They storm off into their room holding hands. Annie moves to follow, but then they slam the door in her face. I like those twins more and more each episode.
Rose exposits that she and Simon just spent the whole night eating spaghetti and slow-dancing, i.e. not having sex. Simon says he's sorry, but he can't have sex with Rose and there's apparently nothing in between the spaghetti and dancing stage and the sex-having stage. "Is there something wrong with you physically?" Rose asks. That's what I would have suspected at this point, what with Simon saying that he wanted to have sex but couldn't, and that his problem was "personal" and "complicated." Simon assures her that that is not the case, then kicks her out of the apartment so he can get ready for work. Rose says she never thought Simon would play so "hard to get" based on his reputation, and finally leaves, giving Simon a chance to talk to God. "God, help me," Simon says. "No, really, God: please help me." God tells Simon that he is number fifty-six billion and five on the waiting list, so Simon might want to just satisfy his carnal needs with some heavy petting like all the other celibate people do while he's waiting. It's not hard, Simon. Unless, of course, there's something wrong with you physically.