Nighttime at the CamPound! Lucy walks into her father's office and asks for help with her sermon. She doesn't know how to start. "Just look in the mirror," her father says. Wasn't he begging her to ask him for help? And then he just spits some generic "look within yourself" platitude when she finally does? I hate him. By the way, the title of Lucy's sermon shall be: "God Gave Me a Pumpkinface, But My Wardrobe is K-Mart's Fault."
Georgia finds Simon on the Promenade and starts making out with him. He breaks it off and says they need to talk. Georgia asks Simon if he's breaking up with her again. "You broke up with me," Simon says. "Oh. Right," says Georgia, because people who enjoy premarital sex are stupid as well as morally bankrupt. Simon tells Georgia that he never should have been with her in the first place. Just let her down gently, there, Romeo. He continues by saying that he's sorry, but he doesn't think he's in love with her. "That's okay!" says Georgia, adding that she's not in love with Simon either, but maybe they can be in love, like, later. Or maybe, and here's a novel idea, they could be in a relationship where they enjoy being together but aren't in love and know it won't be long-term. Simon says that he has some things going on, and he needs some time to be with himself before he can be with her or anyone else.