Annie brings SamVid home, where they are asked by RevCam (apparently he's finished his talk with Harry) if their playdate was at a girl's house or a boy's house. SamVid emphatically (well, for them) state that they don't like girls. For this, they are rewarded with cookies. RevCam's gonna be real sorry when they turn out gay.
The twins leave and RevCam tells Annie he has reservations about Harry, but Annie disagrees with him. So RevCam changes the subject to Simon and Georgia, and how they're still together, meaning that Simon lied to RevCam. "Maybe that's our fault," suggests Annie, who then goes on to say that maybe Simon lied because he didn't feel like he could tell them the truth. Then she says it's their responsibility to make Simon feel like he can tell them anything. "You're really working on this new attitude, aren't you?" RevCam says. "One of us has to," says Annie. Damn straight. RevCam says he's "not quite ready" to be an understanding and caring father. You would think he'd have been ready when his first child was born, but I guess RevCam's a slow learner. Maybe that's where SamVid get it from.
Dr. Gibson asks Simon if sex is fun. "Sure," says Simon, adding that "you don't have to be in love to have sex." Dr. Gibson says that "healthy" sexual relationships are based on love. Yeah, well, Dr. Gibson is also divorced, so take that advice with a grain of salt, okay, Simon? Dr. Gibson asks Simon how he got put on disciplinary probation. Simon says he missed some classes, but he still got straight As. Dr. Gibson asks if classes were boring, and what Simon thought about when he was bored. Simon says he wanted to be with someone who didn't make him think all the time. And just why exactly did he leave Glenoak? Seems like there are plenty of people around there who one can interact with without having to use any brain cells. Dr. Gibson says some crap about inner voices, and then Simon says that his inner voice was telling him that he was going to Hell for killing PaulSmith, so he might as well enjoy the ride down there. "I committed the greatest sin that there is," Simon says, "so it doesn't matter what I do any more." And this might be a problem with organized religion. Too bad we won't hear RevCam's answer to it. Simon asks Dr. Gibson if he could be having sex with a beautiful woman (uh are we talking about the same Georgia here?), or thinking about a fatal car accident, which one would he choose? And then Simon realizes that he was having sex so he wouldn't have to think about the accident. "Because I thought I was no good," Simon says. Because no good people have sex. He starts crying and asks Dr. Gibson if he's insane. Dr. Gibson says he isn't. The rest of his family is another story. And yeah, while it's all well and good that Brenda's trying to make her show more relevant by having one of its characters have premarital sex, it really sucks that there has to be this car accident string attached to it. But I guess it would have been just too hard for Brenda to write a storyline where someone does something "wrong" because they want to and it's fun. It's much easier to write incredibly convoluted and just plain stupid stories about people who get married after a first date, or engaged at age eighteen on their second date, or whatever other stupid shit the "good" Camdens do. Surely more of the viewing audience can identify with that more than they can with having premarital sex. But let's end this on a good note: David Gallagher did a good job with this scene. I would be glad he's back, but really, I just feel sorry for him. He can do better.