Matt leaves a message on Simon's machine, informing him that RevCam may have heard whatever Simon said in his message. He continues that Kirstie Alley is fat, and way to have a boring, non-plot-progressing scene devoid of living people when we could have been treated to a scene of Matt's hospital boss busting him for using the hospital line to make long-distance personal calls.
It's nighttime now. Ruthie is doing the dishes, which, now that I think about it, she does during at least one scene in every episode. Drinking game! Martin walks in and invites Ruthie out with him to the Promenade. Ruthie says she already turned Vincent down on a trip to the Promenade. Martin happily asks if this means that Ruthie is "tired" of Vincent. Ruthie says she just wanted to stick around the CamPound because there's "a lot of stuff" going on. Martin asks what it is, being sure to pitch a little hissy fit about the fact that he wasn't informed about it in the first place because no one thinks of him as family. So Ruthie tells him about how Kirstie Alley is fat. Martin disgustedly says that he can't help Ruthie out with this at all because he doesn't have experience in "this level of lying," and walks out. Well, I'm sure Ruthie will be eager to let him in on all the family-only secrets from now on.
Annie trots into SamVid's room and asks if she can play a game with them, since she'll be away from them for a few days. SamVid's like, "Who are you, strange woman?" Ruthie walks up, and SamVid say they'd rather play with her. Annie leaves to pack, because it's more important for her to fix broken relationships with her children AFTER they start than it is to prevent them from happening in the first place. SamVid accuse Ruthie of lying that the reason why she's staying home tonight is to spend time with them. It says a lot that even the extremely dense and slow SamVid can figure out how much their family doesn't like them. Well, they'll always have each other.