RevCam, Annie, and Lucy are having a conference about what Matt is doing in Glenoak. Annie thinks he's getting a divorce. RevCam thinks he's dropping out of medical school. Lucy thinks he's getting a divorce and dropping out of medical school. I guess when you're a big loser like Lucy, you take comfort in assuming that other people are like you. RevCam says the best course of action is to just pretend they don't know that Matt is in town and let him contact them when and if he wants to. Lucy protests, then realizes that this is a wise patriarchal figure talking and agrees to his plan, as does Annie. Ruthie clomps downstairs and asks what's wrong. Lucy stammers that she's upset about being pulled over, as are Annie and RevCam. Not with Kevin, though: "We're upset with Lucy. For speeding. That's very, very careless," Annie says, and her delivery was actually funny! What the hell -- was Brenda Hampton off the set this week, thus releasing whatever strange hypnotic spell she has over the cast members, thus allowing them to give themselves decent hair and make-up and say their lines fairly competently? Ruthie asks if she can go to a movie tonight; the CamRents say yes without asking anything else about it because they're distracted. And also because they're terrible parents. Ruthie tells them that they're the "worst. Liars. Intheworld." Yeah, her delivery could use some work.
Paris tells Peter not to have any "expec-TAY-tions" about her and his father's relationship. I guess she went to the same school of enunciation as George Stults. Peter leaves to get some ice cream. While he's gone, Paris sees Vic looking at rings in a jewelry store. Engagement rings, that is. I bet that store does the best business in Glenoak. She's pissed, and whisks Peter back home.
Asslee and Happy are sitting on the CamPorch. I guess the Camdens finally wised up to the fact that Asslee had no place in their home and wouldn't let her in. Good. Happy wonders why Asslee has chosen to adopt her hairstyle. Martin walks up, and Asslee confronts him for lying to her. Martin says he can't tell her where he was this morning, or what he's doing tonight. Asslee assumes that this means that he's cheating on her. Martin tells her to trust him, then walks into the house. Asslee stands in the backyard, all alone. This would be a good time for a sixteen-ton weight to come falling down from the sky and squish her. I would be so happy that I wouldn't question the logic of it.