PC and Matt are in bed. "I can't keep this up," says PC. "You have to," says Matt. And now that we've got the double entendres out of the way, PC reveals that the reason why they're in Glenoak is to see Simon, but now that he won't be there, they have no reason. Meanwhile, PC's got her hand resting on her pregnant belly, like, could they make it any more obvious that she's ridiculously pregnant? Matt says Simon should have called them. Apparently, Simon has made a "long list of bad decisions," and PC wonders if Annie's craziness is linked to something being wrong with Simon. Matt says all they can do is "circle the wagons" and let the CamRents know their children will support them when Simon "drops the bomb." So Simon has become a suicide bomber? Well, that's a storyline I didn't predict. And still more realistic than the one where Simon ran over a kid and then went to college a year early. PC says it will be hard to make a support system, "considering your mother wants nothing to do with us." Don't be silly, PC. Annie wants everything to do with Matt; you're the one she wants nothing to do with. If only you weren't so Jewy!
SamVid walk into Ruthie's room and ask if they can hide from Annie in there. Poor twins; it appears that Annie has been using them as slave labor for her Thanksgiving decorations. Vid fondly recalls the time when they didn't have to work for Thanksgiving, they just ate. Sam adds, "Smeeee rarrr fann." Ruthie decides that she's had enough of the twins and goes to see what Matt and PC are up to.
RevCam's leaving a message on Mary and Carlos's answering machine. "You can run but you can't hide," he says, and if anyone left that message on my machine, I would call the cops so fast. RevCam begs them to spend Thanksgiving at the CamPound. Because it's perfectly okay to deprive Carlos's family of their son and new grandson as long as Annie's happy.