Ruthie's big problem (or at least the one she wanted to talk to RevCam about) is that she knows one of her friends at school, Alice, is being abused by her parents. The parents are allegedly withholding food from Alice and being "mean" to her. RevCam wants to intervene, but Ruthie is trying to stop him. It's pretty obvious that she is making all this up as a way to give Eric something to do.
Roxanne is still hanging out on the lame Promenade, even though her shift is long over. I guess the producers just couldn't be bothered to move her onto another set. Anyway, Robbie calls her and makes a nervous joke about it being a long time since they last talked. Roxanne tells him to drop dead and then slams the phone down on him. You know, I think she's almost bitchy and wacky enough to be a Camden!
Oh, no -- not the Boring Buffalo Brother Beaux again! Their subplot is so incredibly inconsequential that I'd almost forgotten about it. Ben does make me laugh, though, when he shows up in the Garage Treehouse, claiming he needs a break from the CamPound. As he puts it, "It's kind of weird and busy over there." Word, Ben. T-1000 Kevin has spoken to their mother and found out that she caught Ben and his girlfriend in some sort of compromising situation. What exactly happened is never specified, much to my relief. Now it's Ben's turn for a stern patriarchal lecturin' from Kevin, who maintains that Ben should move out of the family homestead and get his own place. Hey, that's actually some good advice, even if it did come from the T-1000. Kevin adds that he himself won't be going home "anytime soon," since he's planning to marry Lucy. I find it amusing that this leaves open the possibility that once the marriage doesn't work out, Kevin may be going home again -- you know, at some later time. For now, Cyborg Kevin has helpfully booked a flight for his brother and arranged for Ben's girlfriend to pick him up at the airport. When Ben takes umbrage at having his life micromanaged in this way, Kevin challenges him to prove that he's a man. Trust me -- it's just as hokey and annoying as it sounds. Fortunately, RevCam comes in and interrupts to ask for Kevin's help.