In his office, RevCam is surprised by the arrival of The Amazing Robbie and his long-suffering girlfriend Cheryl. Whoa, it's RevCam's lucky day. He's been selected to officiate at the upcoming nuptials of the revoltingly icky couple. He receives this news by putting on his "confused" look to lead us into the commercial break.
We never get to see the rest of that scene, because now Eric is in the CamKitchen listening to Grandmaster S begin his sorry tale of lameness. SuperMom comes in and interrupts, sending Ruthie and Lucy out of the room. She tells Eric what Norton and his friends did to her and Lucy. RevCam asks what word Norton called Lucy. Annie calls it "the B-word." I sigh. Annie, you can say that word on TV now. In fact, you can also say the G-word, the A-word, and even the F-word, at least on Canadian television. Just about the only word you can't say is the really offensive C-word. Anyway, RevCam goes ballistic and starts sputtering comically. Although the more I think about it, they probably weren't aiming for comedy. They did a nice job nonetheless. Bravo! Annie leaves the room, threatening to talk to Norton's mother.
RevCam notices Simon's pants and informs him that the whole baggy pants look got started in prison. He asks, "You know where you're going if you keep wearing your pants like that? Prison." Okay, that time I think they meant for it to be funny, although I still think they do unintentional comedy better. Grandmaster S says he "probably" doesn't want to be friends with Tha N-Dog anymore. RevCam latches onto the "probably" and works that theme into the ground before saying, "Can we make too big a deal out of someone calling your sister that word?" Um, I think you just did. I definitely am not condoning men dismissively calling women bitches, but it's also not the worst thing we can be called. And much like the word "fag," which has been reclaimed by some homosexuals, a lot of women call each other "bitch" with no bad connotations. So while I agree with RevCam, I'll bet his point would be better made if he could concede that there's validity to Simon's point that the word "bitch" has lost some of its sting from overuse. Simon begs RevCam not to let Annie contact Norton's mother. He leaves the room, and Annie comes back in. She is in shock from seeing Robbie and Cheryl in RevCam's office. Okay, if they were waiting for Eric in his office, what is he doing hanging around the kitchen in the first place? Never mind, I don't care enough to find out. SuperMom is more than a trifle upset about Robbie and Cheryl and she wants to make sure RevCam won't perform their wedding ceremony, since Robbie treats women like dirt. RevCam points out that at least the Amazingly Vomity Robbie is not marrying Mary. Annie tackily speculates on whether Cheryl is pregnant, then asks RevCam, "You wouldn't marry the guy off just to keep him away from our daughter, would you?" Eric goes back on what he said thirty seconds ago and answers with a faux-shocked, "Of course not!" He leaves.