Back at school, Mary is leaning against the "cool" electric van, playing with a basketball. Lucy walks up and interrogates her about why she's not at practice. Mary warns her to stop if she wants to get a ride home. Lucy asks how far away home is. Gee, I thought she was supposed to be the bright one. When Mary says, "Two or three miles," Lucy does this zipping-her-lip gesture, and they take off. This scene wouldn't have even been worth mentioning if it weren't for the fact that it reveals that Lucy does that dumb "school court" thing every afternoon!
Dopey is back at his apartment, sans Chickenhead or John. He pulls at his hair to show that, in this scene, his motivation is "frustration." He looks frantically through his dresser, which contains a single gym sock. Then he starts picking out shirts from his laundry hamper and sniffing them, looking about as revolted as I must have while watching this. After seeing that the laundry detergent bottle is empty, he picks up a can of furniture polish, sprays some into the air and, in a beautiful display of interpretive dance, waves his shirts through the mist. Okay, I don't know what's weirder: that Matt would be putting furniture polish on his shirts or that two university students would even own furniture polish.
Simon's in his room at the Compound, reading Smart Money magazine. Ooh, quirky! RevCam comes in for a chat. Simon reveals that his flipping of the bird "just happened," and RevCam says he understands. This scene is actually handled quite nicely, despite RevCam's rhapsodizing about how great it is "hanging out with the guys." He redeems himself, however, by pointing out that "a lot of guys do really stupid things when they're with other guys," and encouraging Simon to think for himself. He also tells Simon he's grounded for the weekend. RevCam leaves after saying that he and SuperMom love Simon. Then they have to go and wreck the scene by having Simon say, to himself, "If Mom loves me so much, then how come I'm not her son anymore?" Oh, no, it's another of those annoying mother-son miscommunication subplots that I can't be bothered to care about. Happy still looks like she's wishing her agent would get her on a better show.