RevCam dashes upstairs as fast as his crap heart will carry him. He slows as he nears Kevin and Lucy's room, because their door is closed and that means that he can spy on them. He listens as Kevin and Lucy fight about whether or not they should let people see the baby and move out of the CamPound or something. Whatever it is, I'm sure Lucy is wrong. When the yelling stops, RevCam loses interest and heads back downstairs, where there is now a small crowd of nosy neighbors gathered, their arms filled with baby gifts. Is the Promenade closed today or something? Surely there must be something better for these people to do. RevCam apologizes to the group, but they can't see the baby right now because she's asleep. "I don't know how," Glorified Extra says to her friend. Huh? Could they hear Kevin and Lucy fighting all the way down there? Or maybe they were also upstairs listening outside the door, but they were too far behind RevCam for us to see them in the shot. It seems like something these people would do, obviously having nothing better to do. Suddenly and without the warning of, say, a knock, Vincent enters. He sees the crowd and asks RevCam if he should "get in line." On this non-suspenseful note, we go to a commercial.
When we return, Vincent is seated in RevCam's home office. Leaning against his desk in a casual, yet professional, fashion, RevCam asks Vincent what his parents are trying to get him to do. He hopes that they aren't trying to get him to ask out his daughter. Vincent says he thought that was RevCam's plan to get him in his office. Arms folded rebelliously, Vincent says he doesn't think RevCam is the kind of guy who would let his daughter date someone who "goes against the demands of his parents." And what are those demands? Well, they want Vincent to go to church, even though they themselves don't attend it. "Interesting," says RevCam, which is a lie. Vincent says he isn't in any other trouble besides the church thing. RevCam sells Vincent on the idea of going to church by saying that it will give him a "moral compass." Vincent says his comic books do that as well, because good always wins over evil. RevCam says that his son Simon used to like comic books, and look how he turned out. But what is their excuse for Mary? Did she take delight in the antics of Marmaduke?