Martin enters the kitchen to take some food back to his tent, since he doesn't want to live with the Camdens but he does want to eat their food. Matt comes down and tells Martin he can have the room they're sharing to study, but Martin informs him that he's camping in the back yard. Matt senses "an attitude" and asks whom Martin has a problem with. Is it Simon and the fact that he's running around with a new girl right after Asslee left for vacation? Martin did not know about this. Oops! Matt begs Martin not to tell Asslee about Georgia, and then figures out that Martin is pissed at Ruthie. Matt volunteers to talk to Ruthie about apologizing to Martin if Martin will promise not to tell Asslee about Simon and Georgia. Oooh, deal-making! Such intrigue!
Back at the restaurant, the waiter is clearing their plates away. RevCam snags a last piece of food off his plate as it's in the waiter's hand. He has no class. Isn't he due for another heart attack? I'd love to see him have one after ordering and eating a second dinner full of rich passive-aggressive revenge foods. RevCam tries to talk to his son, but Simon informs him that he and Georgia have "an agreement" not to tell RevCam anything "personal." RevCam's all jealous because Georgia's parents know everything about their daughter and Simon, but Georgia explains that this is because her father has a program for teens at his church that is about "being accepting and non-judgmental in regard to decisions about sex." RevCam tries to figure out what the words "accepting" and "non-judgmental" mean. Georgia then informs RevCam that a lot of teens from his own church have switched to her father's. Simon smirks the whole time. Hee! When Georgia asks RevCam if his church has a program about teen sex, RevCam orders a chocolate soufflé. Any time that heart attack wants to show up, it's more than welcome.
Lucy tells Kevin that she doesn't want to tell her parents about the results of her upcoming ultrasound because she thinks it will distract her from all the other stuff she has to do, like pretend she attends classes. She says she doesn't want people to look at her as "just a mother" because she "spent four years going to school," which, no, she didn't, as she just said last episode that she was graduating early, and I don't think we ever actually saw her in school except for that one episode where she was hanging out by the campus health center. Kevin thinks Lucy's not saying something. "Are you hungry? Do you have any crazy cravings tonight? Want me to get you anything?" Kevin asks like a patronizing, yet maybe a little bit slightly adorable dick. Lucy says she's fine, and then orders crispy chow mein noodles mixed with tuna, mayo, and oranges. Hey, at least we got through one episode without being subjected to wacky clichéd pregnancy hijinks. That's, like, a new record for this show.