Another shot of the CamPound exterior. Tonight's guest stars are Grant Goodeve and someone named Alan Fudge. Hee! His last name is Fudge! And tonight's time-waster features Robbie shaving at the bathroom sink while wearing a ski cap and shivering-a-plenty. There's even a vaguely artistic shot of his face from below the surface of the sink full of water. He leaves the bathroom and runs into heartthrob-come-lately Simon, who asks him if he's "left any hot water" for him. Robbie reveals that there wasn't even any hot water for his shower thus the ski cap and the shivers a-plenty. You see, apparently Mary hogged it all when she woke up super-early in order to avoid Dad. That's right. You see, there's always hot water for everyone unless Mary wakes up super-early. That's why waking up early to avoid confrontation is a bad thing. "She's going to have to talk to Reverend Camden sooner or later," says Robbie. "Did you talk to her?" asks Simon. Oh course not, insists Robbie; AnnieCam said not to. Oh, but wait, he caved and talked to her anyway. So did Simon. Whoops! The twins enter and say something uncute and reminiscent of Children of the Corn.
Meanwhile, outside of the CamPound, Mary furtively gets into her car and tries to slip away without -- say it with me now -- speaking to Dad about Captain Smith. But RevCam is just too slick for Mary. He's right there with his morning coffee. "Best coffee I've had all week," he informs her as he lets himself into the Marymobile. "Because I'm having it with you." RevCam brings up the fact that Mary's been avoiding him for a whole week. Mary explains that she didn't appreciate RevCam telling Ben about Captain Smith. "You mean maybe I shouldn't have told Ben that you're dating someone twenty years older than yourself to get back at Ben when he's done absolutely nothing?" I love how, according to RevCam, no one just gets bored sexually with one guy and decides to get it on with someone else. There always has to be revenge involved. Oh, wait. RevCam is right, because Mary confirms this by pointing out that Ben is getting back together with his ex-girlfriend. "He's just talking to her," explains RevCam. Mary insists that she no longer cares for Ben and that RevCam should trust her. She also tries to use the RevCam's initial distaste for Robbie as an example of how RevCam often judges her boyfriends too harshly. "And now he lives in your house and you treat him like your son!" says Mary. "Well, that could be a problem with this new guy," says RevCam. "You see, technically, he's too old to be my son." Mary is all, "If the man I date makes you feel uncomfortable, I will stay somewhere else." RevCam explains that he can't help but say something if his daughter is dating a guy RevCam's own age. Mary is all, "Don't make me choose between my family and Jack!" RevCam is all, "You'd consider leaving your family to be with this cradle-robbing lowlife sky jockey who's got a daughter your age?" Mary shoves RevCam out of her car and races off. "I hope that every time you even think of kissing him you think about kissing your father," yells RevCam, loudly enough for the neighbors to hear him. Wow, that was funny. Except it wasn't.