RevCam makes a laundry stop in Simon's room, where Simon is reading Smart Money magazine. Whatever, Simon. I'm sure there's a copy of Man Fancy hiding in there somewhere. RevCam throws a pile of clothes on Simon's bed, to which Simon picks out a few things and says that they belong to Matt. "How can you tell?" RevCam asks. Simon says he was "just born" with clothing intuition, like, first of all, you're not doing your already shaky reputation as a heterosexual any favors here, kid, and second of all, quit smirking as if being able to identify your own clothing is some kind of genius skill. Simon and RevCam talk about the new babies, and then the origin of the expression "dead as a doornail," like, that's tactful, Simon. Simon frets that he won't be able to spend time with the babies, as he's already got his hands full with Deena (ew), Nigel (whatever happened to him?), and his "work with Ruthie" (here comes another disturbing visual image, back to the shower with me!). RevCam tries to humor his ridiculous son, then leaves the room. On his way out, his picks out a pair of boxer shorts from the basket and asks if they belong to Simon, Matt, or RevCam. Simon declares that they belong to Mary. Between the low voice, man-shoes, and now, men's underwear, I'm starting to doubt Mary's gender. Or I would if I hadn't seen those Gear pictures.
Stud alert! Stud alert! Matt's playing some hard rock music in his bedroom while he swings his stick at some balls. A hockey stick and tennis balls, you sickos. RevCam walks right in, still carrying his stupid laundry basket, which, even though he's stopped at the bathroom and Simon's room, is still filled to the brim. RevCam asks Matt if he's been saying anything to his siblings about life with twins, because they were all excited about them before, and now they're dreading it. Matt says he just explained to them that things will be different when the twins arrive, and, at nineteen, "[he] could be their father." RevCam laughs this off, then grows alarmed, hands the laundry basket to Matt, and goes downstairs to read some Greek plays and have a chat with his wife.