RevCam's in the CamBoudoir, reading a book. He seems fascinated by its contents, as if he were reading them for the first time. This leads me to believe that he's reading the Bible. Annie runs in and starts throwing stuff into a suitcase. RevCam's all, "Hey, Annster! Did you know that we're supposed to 'love thy neighbor'? I've been doing it wrong all this time!" Annie asks RevCam several times if he's okay with her going to New York, because it looks like something is bothering him. "Everything is fine," RevCam says, adding a rather menacing "or it will be." Then he stares forward, thinking about how much easier controlling his family will be once he kills off the troublesome Simon and Mary.
Martin finds Mac on the Promenade. Mac is all disappointed that Ruthie isn't with him. Martin says Ruthie didn't want to come, and she has a boyfriend anyway. Mac says he just saw Ruthie's boyfriend with some other girl. WHAT?!?! And I thought Vincent and Ruthie's relationship was so functional and perfect! How COULD this happen? Martin tells Mac he will not be friends with him if he dates Ruthie. Mac accuses Martin of liking Ruthie. Martin denies it. This little three-way action Mac, Martin, and Ruthie are involved in is a lot more gross than it is cute, which I believe was its intended effect. Suddenly, Vincent walks by with a blonde girl. He sees Martin and Mac and looks very guilty. He tells his date to hang out by herself for a minute, and walks over to Mac and Martin. He says he knows this looks bad, but he asked Ruthie out and she made some lame excuse about needing to stay in the CamPound, so he asked someone else out. Martin says Vincent should be more considerate of the personal crisis that is preventing Ruthie from going out with him tonight. Vincent accuses Martin and Mac of having a crush on Ruthie, then freaks out about Ruthie's personal crisis and what it could be. Martin tells Vincent about how Kirstie Alley is fat.
Vincent walks back to his date and lies that the movie they were going to see is sold out. Then he admits that he only asked her out because he was angry at his girlfriend for not wanting to go out with him. The girl takes this amazingly well, and says that if Vincent ever asks her out again, she'll have to say no because of this. But she thanks him for his honesty, because that is the moral of this week's episode.