Ruthie storms into the house and up the stairs as Matt watches Kevin make Lucy's food. I love that Kevin didn't even try to go shopping for the food; he just walked right into the CamPound to steal it. Kevin laughs at the fact that Ruthie's apology to Martin obviously didn't go well. Matt asks Kevin when they'll be finding out the sex of the baby; Kevin says tomorrow, but that he can't tell anyone what it is because Lucy made him swear it to secrecy. Matt says he's sure that Lucy won't be able to keep a secret. Shut up, Matt.
Matt's finally found something to do, and it's what he does best: he's standing outside Martin's tent, listening in on Martin's phone calls. Martin leaves a message for someone, saying that he wants to talk to her. "That better not be [Asslee]," Matt says. Asshole. Martin responds that that better not have been the apology Matt promised him, adding that he was talking to his aunt in New York and not to Asslee. It's gotta be pretty late in New York right now, but I guess Martin doesn't care. Martin says he actually already talked to Asslee, and she said that she dumped Simon before she left for vacation so that she could be "unattached" when she started college. Martin tells Matt that Ruthie said he can't get women. "Well, you can either believe her or prove her wrong," says Matt. Huh? Martin claims that Matt has "good advice."
At the restaurant, RevCam tells the waiter that Simon will be paying for the dinner, and then turns to Simon to asks him what he's doing with Georgia when his real girlfriend left for vacation. And he said that all in front of Georgia, just to make her feel like crap. How kind of you, Reverend! Oh, but wait -- Georgia says she knows all about Asslee. RevCam asks Georgia whether they discuss being "emotionally ready" to have sex in her father's classes. He adds that he doesn't think Simon is. Simon tells his dad that it doesn't matter what RevCam or Annie think; it matters what he and Georgia think. The waiter comes around with the check and calls Simon "sir," to which RevCam assholishy mutters a "'Sir?' Oh please." Simon adds that he thinks he must be pretty emotionally ready if he can stay at dinner when his parents show up just to ruin his night. "I've had it," Simon says, and he and Georgia get up to leave. RevCam asks Georgia how many teens are in her father's class. "About a hundred," says Georgia, a number that includes the kids from "other churches." Ha! Ha! Ha!