Happy's chat with her agent must not have gone very well, because she's still on the show, looking more dejected than ever.
Annie is asking RevCam if he thinks that she can't understand "guy stuff" because she's not a guy. RevCam goes all Men Are From Mars on her by saying, "Well, guys are wired differently." I wait for him to start talking about his "plumbing" next, but he doesn't get around to that. Instead, he comes up with one of the strangest sentences I have ever heard: "Matt doesn't seem to have suffered because he was raised by a dad and a mom who wasn't a guy, instead of by a dad and a guy." I just don't know what to make of that. Either his last dose of acid is just kicking in or it's a roundabout dig at gay couples who adopt kids. Whatever he means, I'm sure Mike Brady couldn't have phrased it better. The phone rings and SuperMom answers it. I love it when a character takes a ten-second phone call on a television show and then the onscreen actor needs five times as long to relay all the information she allegedly just received over the phone. Who were you talking to anyway, Annie, an auctioneer? No, just Ms. Russell from the high school. We learn that the basketball coach had to take his phone off the hook because of the avalanche of calls he's received (uh-huh, I'm buying that) and that there will be a group meeting to discuss the whole issue the next day. What. Ever. Mary leaves and Dopey comes in, asking to spend the night at the Compound. He needs the peace and quiet to "think." Dude, I'd have thought a brain would be a prerequisite too. But don't let me bring you down, Matty. He mentions that he might be moving back home. The background music lilts playfully to tell us that Mom and Dad are less than thrilled with that particular prospect.
In the school principal's office, RevCam and SuperMom are discussing Simon's hand gesture. The principal tells them it falls under the category of "harassing, gang or indecent gestures," and is punishable by three days' suspension. That sounds a little harsh to me, and the 'rents agree. Unfortunately, SuperMom bases her argument on how great her pwecious little Simon is, which, understandably, doesn't win anyone over. The principal makes a last-ditch effort to appeal to RevCam, but he backs up Annie and walks out.