We see an exterior shot of a house that isn't the CamPound. Ooooh, variety! Inside, Ruthie sits on Peter's bed and probably wonders if the fact that his back is turned to her while he talks to his mother on the phone could be a bad sign for the future of their relationship. Peter finally gets off the phone and turns to face the camera for the first time. The Piano of To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar plays as we see that Peter has fallen victim to the insane make-up crew that claimed Simon earlier. Oh, actually, the make-up was applied by Ruthie to hide his bruises. Although this doesn't really explain why he's got lipstick and eyebrow pencil on, does it? I guess we'll just have to draw our own conclusions. Peter says that he'll go to bed before his mom gets home, and that way she won't see him until after school tomorrow; by then, the bruises will be gone. Okay, but if he's not even planning to see his mom tonight, then why does he need to wear make-up at all? I guess these kinds of glaring inconsistencies happen when one constructs a scene purely for the sake of "humor," while disregarding the fact that it has little place in the narrative and makes no sense. And I'll bet at that least half this show's serious audience thought that it was heee-larious. Ruthie says that Peter's plan isn't going to work, and he's going to have to tell someone about the fight sooner or later.
Lucy and Roxanne grab some soft drinks from the Eddie's Pool Hall "bar" and sit down. Roxanne asks Lucy if Chandler's been seen with anyone else yet. Lucy eventually reveals that Chandler's been seeing some women from the church. Roxanne looks hurt, although I can't imagine why, since she was the one who dumped him. When the dumpee starts dating again, the dumper can get rid of all remaining dump guilt, and I'd say that Roxanne has a fair amount of dump guilt, considering how harshly she broke up with him. She should be relieved. Roxanne asks if dating women from the church is against the rules. Lucy points out that Roxanne dated Chandler, and she's a member of the church. Roxanne says that she's a special case here, because she only went to church to see Chandler. So who's stupider in this scene? Roxanne, for what she just said, or Lucy, for having an excessive amount of too-short layers put into her hair? You be the judge. Roxanne disappointedly mutters that she thought she had ruined Chandler's reputation enough to make him unpopular. "You'd think," Lucy says bitchily, yet also awesomely. Roxanne shoots her a look, and the scene ends before we can see the catfight that no doubt ensued. Me-OW!