Thanks to RevCam, Cecilia thinks that Simon has something important to tell her, and she's refused to leave his room until he does so. Consequently, Simon and Cecilia have been sitting silently in Simon's room for hours. Cecilia finally breaks the silence to offer her guess on what Simon is allegedly so desperate to tell her. It's long and boring and poorly worded, but what it boils down to is that Cecilia thinks Simon wants to be her friend but he doesn't know how to tell her so. She could use someone to talk to about the difficulties in her relationship with some football player. That doesn't exactly sound like a great friendship to me, but this is Cecilia we're talking about, and she's never struck me as the nicest person in town.
Lucy is taking a break from her disastrous counseling session to make some tea when the phone rings. It's Roxanne, asking, "What is your problem, and who do you think you are?" With only twenty minutes or so left in the show, there's obviously not nearly enough time to cover all that, so Roxanne just moves on to the part of the conversation where she mocks the fact that Kevin hasn't proposed to Lucy yet. I'm torn. I can't stand Roxanne, and I'm not overly impressed with her attitude, but on the other hand, she is making fun of Lucy, and that always warms my heart. Next comes the threat. Roxanne warns Lucy, "If Robbie likes me, it's in your best interests not to get in the way of that. Let's just say, if you get in my business, I'm going to get in your business. And Lucy, you do not want me getting in your business." Lucy is naïve enough to look scared by this. Dork.