We never get to hear Simon's reaction because SuperMom strolls up just then. Grandmaster S introduces Annie and Lucy to Tha N-Dog, who strolls around Annie, gazing at her as lasciviously as an actor of his caliber can manage. He says, "So this is your mother. I see the resemblance, and I like it." Huh? First of all, Norton would have to have an IQ of 34 to talk to his friend's mother that way. And secondly, whose looks, exactly, does he like, Annie's or Simon's? I'm not real clear on that. Another cretin walks up and says, "What you say, mama?" Annie replies, "I say you're all pathetic." Word, Annie, though you might want to include some of your children and their lame sub-plots in that assessment. Tha N-Dog tries to tell Annie she has no business on the street because she respects "no man." He offers to teach her about respect. She says, "You want a piece of this? I brought seven kids into this world. I can take one out." So it's a little dorky, but I can respect her here. I just wish she hadn't been thumping her chest and making goofy faces. Okay, I'm slightly ashamed to admit this, but the visual made me laugh really hard. Still, I have to give the writers credit for trying. And they've got the reactions of the little gang down well. When confronted, Tha N-Dog and his posse are definitely cowards, and they prove it by retreating.
Well, that sure was a short-lived respect I had for the show, because the next scene stars Dopey and his new pants. He's talking to himself in the mirror. That's all.