In the CamKitchen, Annie is studying and Eric is just moping around, holding a cup and a newspaper, I think. Actually, nobody's bothered to give him a specific activity; they've just stuck him in this scene to wait for Simon, I guess. Simon comes in. It looks like someone gelled his hair into a helmet shape and then dropped him on his forehead so the helmet got all smooshed out of shape in front. I know the possibility of a writer's strike has been big news in the entertainment industry since last year, but nobody told me there was a hairstylists' strike going on. Surely that's the only explanation for how everyone looks today. The only other possibility I can imagine is that someone wants to make the characters look more "edgy." I can see the producers doing that, but I don't know why they would bother. Simon is all nervous as he tells Eric that he's just looking for "a couple of bucks" he lost. He turns down RevCam's offer to lend him money and then leaves. The CamRents speculate on whether Simon will be seeing Sasha alone or with a group of people. I'd be perfectly happy not to see Sasha at all, but I guess no one asked me.
Mary's as surly as ever. She's attempting to shoot baskets, but she keeps missing. Ha ha! That really was the only thing she was ever good at. When Robbie comes along and says, "How's it going?" she totally loses it and starts bitching him out because he's not happy enough to see her. He kisses her on the cheek, which just pisses her off more. She grabs him and plants a clumsy kiss on his mouth before stalking off. Oh, yeah, she's changed. That's right.
Lucy is gathering laundry from the bathroom hamper when she finds a man's wallet. Without any further ado, she looks inside it, then tosses it "comically" into the air. The non-suspense is not exactly killing me.
Robbie has a heart-to-heart with Ma Camden, saying he doesn't want to be Mary's motivation for returning to Glenoak. SuperMom tells him he should share that info with Mary. Just as Robbie's telling Annie about how Mary kissed him, Dopey walks in and seems to feel that this is in some way his business. He makes one snide comment and then leaves. Was there a reason for his appearance in this scene? Because I sure as hell don't see one. Robbie continues sharing his thoughts with Annie about her daughter. He says, "It's just that when she kisses me...." and then trails off. God is merciful, and we never have to hear Annie explain to Robbie what an erection is.