Mary runs up and asks Matt if he was just spying on Lucy. How big is this school? I have a harder time running into my family in the kitchen, let alone spying on them. Matt says that he was spying on Lucy, and Mary should be spying on her too. Actually, neither of you should be spying on Lucy. That's RevCam's job. Matt doesn't think that Lucy will make the right choice. Mary asks if that choice is Jimmy Moon. As she says this, Rod walks up behind them. Of course. He wants Mary and Matt to know that he deeply cares about Lucy. I don't know why Mary has to know this. She obviously doesn't care. Matt asks if he can be honest. Rod says he hopes so because Matt's dad is a minister. Mary looks away, no longer wanting to be associated with such lameness. Matt tells Rod that he's too mature for Lucy. Rod says that's "radical!" Then the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (the cartoon, not the comic book) jump out along with Debbie Gibson and the cast of Dallas, and our transformation to the eighties is complete. Rod says that Lucy is as mature as he is. Matt begs Mary to talk to Lucy and walks away, leaving Mary alone, all alone.
Walking in the church parking lot, Annie says she's upset about her father. Eric agrees, he thinks Anniedad should ask before buying burial plots. But Annie's not talking about burial plots, she's talking about the toupee. She likes the burial plots. Eric says he always thought they would be buried in the Camden Family Graveyard in upstate New York. Don't even try to tell me any Camden is that important that he's got his own graveyard. Camdens have been buried there for hundreds of years, Eric explains. Annie points out that it's only been "a hundred" years, indicating that she has heard of this morbid place and its history before. Who talks about this ever? "It's just a hole in the ground," Eric says, "so what difference does it make anyway?" Annie agrees, then suddenly and without warning Bitch Attacks Eric with "unless by that you mean you don't want to be buried next to MY mother and father!" Then she walks away in a huff. Eric watches her, groans, and then runs after her.