Ruthie chows down on a plate full of cookies, like, eat some vegetables. Maybe they'll help you grow. RevCam enters and tells Ruthie that they need to talk. He starts in with saying how Ruthie doesn't have permission to date Harry, and then there's a knock on the door. It's Harry, returning a jacket Ruthie left in his car. RevCam doesn't even pick up on the fact that Ruthie removed an article of clothing when she was in the car with Harry, because he's too busy trying to look intimidating. Which, of course, he fails miserably at. Harry humors him, though, and asks him how he manages to sound both friendly and unfriendly at the same time. I'll bet it has something to do with being a two-faced hypocrite. RevCam invites Harry in, and says he wants to talk to him alone. Harry is led away, looking like a deer caught in headlights. RevCam orders Ruthie to take some more cookies up to Lucy, who needs her strength. Are those cookies fortified with iron or something? RevCam says that Lucy's eating for two now, to which Ruthie responds that Lucy is eating "for a family of five and two dogs." Huh? She's pregnant with triplets? And dogs? Well, she is giving birth during sweeps.
RevCam asks Harry what he's in detention for. Harry says he parked his car in a teacher's spot. The spot was unoccupied because he and his friends moved the teacher's car. It was easy to move because the teacher drove a Mini Cooper. Harry giggles to himself over how funny his prank was, then says it was wrong. RevCam asks Harry if that convertible is his; Harry says he borrowed it from a friend. RevCam tells Harry that he isn't comfortable with the idea of Harry and Ruthie (and then he takes an exaggerated gulp, like, were you ever able to do the nuance thing, Stephen Collins?) dating. Harry asks if the fact that he's "under the care of Social Services" would make RevCam change his mind. Social Services? Are we going to see that awesome lady again? I hope so! RevCam has no answer to Harry's questions. Harry says he lives in a "county facility," so he needs "a laugh every now and then." Oh, I guess that makes it totally okay for him to misbehave, and makes him great boyfriend material.
Ruthie asks Lucy about her upcoming class, but Lucy says she isn't "comfortable" talking to Ruthie about it. What a freaking prude Lucy is. I bet she and Kevin have sex in the dark with their clothes on. Ruthie points out that she's in Lucy's target audience, and, according to one of Georgia's pamphlets, she's "way behind the national curve." Of growing? Most definitely. Of having sex? Ennhhh I don't know about that. Lucy insists that she can't talk to Ruthie about this, and Ruthie tells her to get over that before she gives her sermon. "Why are you here?" Lucy asks exasperatedly. Heh. I'll bet Ruthie hears that a lot.