The jurors file into their, um, juror room and sit down, but not before the token redneck juror has a chance to opine that this trial is a waste of the taxpayers' money. We go around the table as the jurors give their votes. They all vote "not guilty" except for RevCam. Crotchety Juror is pissed because if the jury actually has to deliberate, he will miss the big basketball game. RevCam looks uncomfortable. Either he feels bad about making Crotchety Guy miss the game, or else he's plotting how best to shove his opinion down the throats of the other jurors.
Dopey enters the CamKitchen to pick up the keys to the church office, where he plans on doing some schoolwork. Man, talk about scraping the bottom of the plot barrel! The last time I checked, colleges had libraries, but I guess the writers want to put the Dopester in the church so he can be "funny." Oops, I hope I didn't spoil anything for you by jumping ahead there. Dopey has to write a paper for his Stats class on how statistics are used in his chosen profession, which, of course, is medicine. Hey, quit laughing! Anything's possible on a Spelling show. After all, Michael Mancini was a doctor on Melrose Place, and on 90210, the writers continually expect viewers to believe that men would fight over Kelly Taylor, instead of, say, wanting to tape her mouth shut or shove her hypocritical ass off a cliff. Anyway, Dopey's having trouble with his first assignment because the info he needs is apparently not in the textbooks. I guess he thinks teachers should assign papers that can be researched entirely from one's primary textbook, just like they used to do in junior high. SuperMom tells Dopey that if he gets spooked in the church, he can always come back to the CamPound to work. Dopey's looking forward to hanging with God in His house. I'll bet God is trying to think of good excuses for why Matt shouldn't come over.
Matt leaves and Lucy and Mary walk in, right on cue. They want to know if RevCam's home. When they find out he isn't, they smile at Annie until she says, "No!" Mary whines that SuperMom doesn't even know what they wanted to ask her yet. SuperMom says that whatever it is, it will cost money, and the family has none. What the girls want is to borrow against their allowances to buy cappuccinos. We learn that SuperMom has weird ideas about how much various things cost. Six bucks for a cappuccino? Thirty dollars a week if she bought salon shampoo for the entire family? Okay, her numbers might not be that far off, but I just got kind of fixated on that aspect because the rest of this argument is too boring for words.