Downstairs in the garage, Kevin tries to encourage Lucy to come back upstairs and meet his new partner. Lucy would rather get into an argument over whether the partner is "hot." She doesn't even seem to care that she has an audience for her crazy performance, as Simon and Cecilia quit making out to watch the fight. When Lucy gets Kevin to admit that his new partner may in fact be "hot," Cecilia tells Simon, "He's an idiot." Simon sticks up for him, replying, "Yeah, but only when it comes to Lucy." That's nice of you, Simon, but I'm afraid your assessment couldn't be further off the mark. I think it's been made abundantly clear that Kevin is a total idiot in every aspect of his life. Lucy wants to know who assigned him to be partnered with this woman. What kind of moronic question is that? Kevin's answer, "I don't know, but probably by your friend, Detective Michaels," makes me laugh so hard that I spit water all over my keyboard. Lucy's reply is even better: "How did Detective Michaels get involved in our business?" You might want to ask your dad about that, Lucy. Actually, I'm a little skeptical about Detective Michaels being involved in this decision, though. I doubt RevCam would have approved something that he had to know would aggravate his shit-for-brains daughter. Kevin tries to point out calmly that this is police business, not personal business, but he obviously doesn't know how Glenoak works. When Lucy stomps off, Simon tries to warn Kevin that she's probably calling Detective Michaels herself to confirm his story. Cecilia just sits there impassively, obviously unconcerned that she's stumbled across the most dysfunctional family of losers in town. Well, if she can't see the warning signs, me telling her probably won't help. As Pea-Brained Moron Kevin rushes off to put a stop to Lucy's phone call, Cecilia goes back to making out with Simon.
Upstairs at Eric's, he's trying desperately to escape Annie's clutches. He tries every excuse he can think of, but she's still horny as hell. When he asks what's gotten into her, she informs him that went off her HRT therapy. What does that stand for, anyway: Hormone Replacement Therapy Therapy? Now RevCam's really scared -- and probably a bit turned off. When he sees that all his lame excuses are too subtle for Annie, he finally tells her flat-out that he is not in the mood because he is "distracted." He's distracted by inner questions like this: "Do our children have normal relationships with other people?" Annie has to know that for RevCam to ask a question so inane means he no longer has even a nodding acquaintance with reality. When she tells him he worries too much, I hope she's just using that as a ruse to calm him down long enough for her to phone for an ambulance from the psychiatric ward.