Roxanne stirs up trouble by mentioning that Lucy and Robbie used to date. This is news to Kevin, whose sleuthing powers obviously leave a little to be desired. His stalking instincts might not be up to snuff either, because Roxanne has a theory: "If we're waiting here just to tail Mary and that old geezer, my bet is they're not even going to get out of the Camden house together." She's probably right. Kevin pointlessly suggests, "As Ben's brother, I think I owe it to him to find out what Mary and her date are up to." He changes his mind, however, when he finds out that Ben knew about Lucy and Robbie and just never told him. As he puts it, "When I confirmed [that Mary is dating Captain Smith], I was gonna tell Ben, but if my brother doesn't want to share information, then why should I?" Having abandoned his stalking mission, he gets ready to drive away. I assume he's going to take everyone to the movies, but I can't help but hope that he'll change his mind and drive the car, with all its revolting occupants, right off a cliff. Surely the world would be a better place then.
Upstairs in Mary's bedroom, she and Ruthie have a delightful sisterly bonding session. Translated, that of course means that Ruthie expends a whole lot of energy in trying to get Mary to admit that she's dating Captain Smith -- or "Jack," as Mary calls him when she slips up. Ruthie is relentless, not even backing down when Mary tries to distract her by offering to pretty the younger girl up for her date. Those Camdens are such a loving family.