In front of her bedroom mirror, Mary practices some snappy jokes for her job interview. Here's a sample: "Hi. Mary Camden, pyromaniac. Perhaps we met at my recent fire." The jokes aren't all that bad, but she ends them with fakey, ditzy laughter, which makes her sound like a bimbo. Which is what I would call anyone, male or female, who thinks Wilson is a good person to go to for career advice.
Back at the CamPound, SuperMom hassles Lucy about her broken engagement, but Lucy doesn't want to discuss it. However, she's more than willing to discuss other people's business when Annie asks if she knows anything about Ruthie not being on speaking terms with Robbie.
Cheryl is mad at Dopey for being "insensitive." Dopey is surprised, and asks, "In general, or about something in particular?" I'd say in general, Matt, though Cheryl is just mad at him for not being supportive enough about her attending college. Dopey doesn't even deal with that; he just turns it back on her by shamelessly admitting that he overheard her talking to Robbie on the phone the night before. Cheryl's spent enough time around the Camdens, apparently, that she's also become desensitized to all the eavesdropping. In fact, she feels she must defend herself against Dopey's wrath, arguing that Robbie knows her well, and knows about her relationship with her mother -- whatever that means. Dopey sulks some more because she talked to Robbie instead of him, and Cheryl falls for his whiny routine, not even bothering to pursue the whole insensitivity thing. That's nice of you to make it all about yourself, Dopey.
At the high school, Mick comes up to Simon and says he knows Simon sent Sergeant Michaels over to his house. He insists that it was all a joke and that he's not planning on shooting anyone. Simon looks unconvinced, but he apologizes anyway, saying, "I'm sorry for the mistake, man, if it was a mistake." The Tormenting Trio arrives to break up the bonding. One guy pipes up with what, I assume, is supposed to be an insult: "Oh, look -- it's little preacher boy, with the geek." Oh, come on, can't they do better than that? That was just stupid! Besides, anyone with facial hair as ridiculous as this guy's has no cause to be teasing anyone else. I'm not sure if that's supposed to be a soul patch, or if he was eating soup at lunch and forgot to wipe his chin. Oh, no! Look what's happened. Now I'm teasing people myself. I'm so ashamed! Mick tries to stare down the tormentors while Simon looks away uncomfortably.