Simon tells his father that he can't hold insurance money over Simon's head. He'll just get a ride up to school with Georgia, get a job, save money, and then buy his own car and pay for his own insurance, "and anything else [he] used to get from [RevCam]." Like the unconditional love of a father -- oh, wait. RevCam never gave Simon that. RevCam retaliates by showing him a letter he got from Simon's school that says that Simon is on "disciplinary probation." RevCam asks Simon how this happened. Simon chooses to leave instead of answer.
Kevin is all dressed up for Lucy's ultrasound appointment, and Lucy wants to know why. Kevin says that he was thinking they could go shopping and have dinner afterward. Lucy says she might need some stuff, then demands that her husband ask her what they are. It's stuff for her new abstinence class. Kevin kisses his little wifey on the forehead and calls her the "perfect woman" for the job. "I'm really happy about it," Lucy says, starting to cry. She says she doesn't know if she can do "it." Do what? "I don't know if I can have a baby," she sobs, "I wanna change my mind," she says. The doctor's appointment just made her realize that her baby is going to be real. And she's going to have to give birth to it, and it's gonna hurt. And she's scared. Aww...I feel sorry for her. And I'd imagine that she's having a moment that all first-time mothers have at some point in their pregnancy. I asked my mother if she had one when she was pregnant with me, but she said she didn't. That's because she was blissfully ignorant of what being my mother would entail. "We don't even have a place to put the baby once it gets out!" Lucy says. "Once it gets out"? I hope she employs technical terms like this in her abstinence class. Lesson #3: don't put the thing in the place and make it do the stuff until you're married. Kevin sort of tells Lucy that everything will be fine, and then he orders her to keep her chin up today and says they'll deal with this tomorrow. He wants today to be a good day that they can tell their kid about. Yeah, I guess you wouldn't want to tell your kid about the day you found out if it was male or female, and how its mother cried and said she wanted to change her mind. Kevin says that he "understand[s] [Lucy's] fear of the birthing process." He says he'd rather take a bullet for Lucy than give birth to a child for her. Uh...how romantic? But I'll give Beverley Mitchell props for her performance in that scene; I was actually impressed.