At the church, Dopey is wandering around in his boxers, driving us gals just wild with lust. Um, you know I'm kidding, right? He calls SuperMom to ask her if RevCam has any music other than the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band around the office. She asks if the quiet is getting to him; he says no. Scene over.
After a pointless discussion about tuna fish, Lucy tells Mary, "You owe me, and you owe me big." Mary says she can even the score by calling Andrew Nayloss and trying to get him to date Lucy. Lucy wisely declines that offer, but it doesn't stop Mary from suggesting that Lucy call Mary's loathsome ex, Robbie, to see how he's doing. Lucy refuses, citing as her reason, "Because I don't care what's going on with him and I don't care if he's okay." That makes at least two of us. Lucy requests that Mary bring her an iced tea, even though she insists that's not enough payment for the black eye.
As Mary's going downstairs, Ruthie waylays her and asks for her help. Mary's all prissy about Ruthie accepting the consequences of her actions, but Ruthie insists she's done nothing wrong and that she is just like Mary. She thinks she doesn't deserve to be punished, but "once you're labeled as the 'bad girl,' there's nothing you can do about it." Ew, I really hope that doesn't mean we'll be seeing the actress who plays Ruthie in Gear magazine a few years hence. Mary is complimenting Ruthie's "bad girl" theory when SuperMom walks in to ask if Ruthie's been thinking about what she did. If she were smart, Ruthie would just lie and say what SuperMom wants to hear.
Then again, Ruthie's punishment is nothing in comparison to what Simon has to endure. And he didn't even do anything wrong! Whiny Deena is over to play board games with him in the kitchen. They're playing Life and having an argument over why the peg in Deena's car that's supposed to represent Simon is placed in the backseat instead of the front. Deena really isn't cool enough to be wearing a black turtleneck. You know, she's not even cool enough to be on this geeky show. Who cast her anyway? She sucks. She and Simon get passive-aggressive with each other for a bit until this unfortunate scene draws to a close.