Living room. RevCam asks Simon if it was worse having sex and not telling his parents than it was to just not have sex. Simon says that at first, having sex "was great." And then he started to feel guilty about it as he realized that he doesn't really want to be with Georgia. RevCam exposits that Simon and Georgia spent so much time together and cut so many classes that they got put on probation. Not academic probation, mind you, but disciplinary probation. Maybe they got caught doing it in the library or something. RevCam says he can't believe that his son would "so easily" abandon what his family has taught him all his life, and that he "hates" what Simon has been doing, although he claims to love Simon. Simon asks what he should do about Georgia. Should he break up with her? RevCam doesn't think that Simon should care about Georgia; he should focus on getting his life back on track. That's right, RevCam. Teach your son to be selfish and not care about the feelings of others. That's the Christian way! Well, it's the Glenoak Community Church way. I have a feeling things are different at the Chapel of Renewed Faith. Simon says he should break up with Georgia before he worries about himself. Hey, here's an idea of RevCam's that is sure to solve the problem: why doesn't Simon ask for God's forgiveness and then promise to not have sex ever again until he's married? Simon doesn't look too thrilled about this plan. Maybe he's pissed because he's asking his dad for advice and all he's getting back is stuff about his dad "hating" what he's done and telling him to pray about it.
RevCam asks Simon about his therapy at school. Simon asks how that is relevant. RevCam says it's very important. Simon says he went -- once. Then he got distracted. And way to check up on your son and make sure that he was getting the help he needed, RevCam. But this isn't your fault, right? RevCam says he thinks that Simon had sex to avoid thinking about the accident. Simon says he's over the accident. He just wants his dad to understand that he's just like every other guy his age, and that it's okay that he has unsafe sex. And he doesn't want to feel like he has to be with Georgia forever just because he slept with her. "Say that what was right for you might not be right for me. Say that what I did was okay," Simon asks his father. RevCam won't say any of that, of course. He will ask if Simon's been having safe sex. "Of course," Simon says. Hey, where'd he learn about that? Not from his parents, surely. Thanks, Chapel of Renewed Faith! RevCam tells his son that he's not the kind of person who can just have casual relationships with women because he has "more than a casual relationship with Christ." WHOA! Did he say the C-word? JEEZUS IN THE HIZZOUSE!! And Simon has "more than a casual relationship" with Him. Hee. RevCam tells his son that sex outside of marriage is "complicated." "Maybe it'll get better," Simon says. "I doubt it," says RevCam. How would he know? RevCam asks his son if he'd be willing to see a therapist in town, and then they can talk again. He doesn't want to send his son back to school for "more of the same." Simon says he'll think about going to therapy. RevCam says he'll pray. They hug. "Everything's gonna be okay," RevCam says, "until you go to hell and suffer for your sins for the rest of eternity." I have mixed feelings about that scene and whatever lesson it's trying to teach the viewers. On one hand, I think the way RevCam reacted was in character, as was the way Simon was guilty about having pre-marital sex and confused whether having sex with someone meant he would have to marry her, after everything his parents taught him and his older siblings have given him as examples. On the other hand, I don't really like the indication that people only have pre-marital sex because they're hiding from some other problem. Even super-religious people like Simon. He wanted to have sex with Sascha and Asslee long before he killed anyone.