Matt is riding in a car again. His cell phone rings. It's Ruthie, on the Lame Clear Phone. She thanks him for coming back to see her, and hangs up. RevCam and Annie are hiding in her closet, listening in. "Why didn't I think to ask Ruthie?" RevCam practically screams, like, way to be discreet. Ruthie sees that her bedroom door is open, and assumes that her parents must be spying behind it, which is pretty sad, and sadder still is that she's right. She wishes them goodnight, and tells them that Matt is still in school, and he still loves PC, although she doesn't know what's going on with the marriage.
Matt's phone rings again. It's Richard Lewis and Conehead, using two different phones like my grandparents do when they call me. Maybe it's a Jewish thing. They wish him a safe trip back, and he thanks them for putting him up for the night. The phone rings again. "PC?" Matt says. You know, Matt, maybe your cell phone from 1988 doesn't have this feature, but on newer cell phones you can actually see who's calling you before you pick up the phone. That way you don't seem so stupid when you assume it's one person and find out it's someone else. Nurse Debi is on the line; she says that she had a good time talking to Annie, and Annie is "sweet and funny." She must have been talking to Li'l Orphan Annie, because "sweet and funny" certainly does not describe Annie Camden. Nurse Debi says that she and Matt are "going to have to talk" about how he's married to PC. It certainly does sound like those two are having an affair, especially with all the Matt-love Nurse Debi expressed to Annie earlier in the show, but you'd think that Matt would be able to recognize her voice on the phone if they were.