It turns out that Robbie's study partner for the evening is...Heather! Oh come on -- you can't tell me you didn't see that coming. In a stupid piece of plot symmetry, St. Robbie is agonizing over whether to tell Dopey that he shares a class with Heather. Heather is utterly blasé about it all. In fact, she looks annoyed that Robbie keeps harping on it. The producers try to make it seem like she feels ill because she's still getting over the flu, but everyone can tell that she's not really sick -- she's just sick of hearing about Dopey.
I'm really sick of SuperMom, but there she is again, bothering Eric in his study. She reminisces that she used to be jealous of the women RevCam sees over the course of his job. Oh, okay, and you're better now, Annie? She patronizingly informs Eric that she trusts him, but that there are evil women in the world who will try to seduce him away from his family. She thinks that Serena fits that category. Eric points out that he has already referred Serena to another counselor. Annie does a one-eighty and tells RevCam he must counsel Serena. Ugh, whatever. She drags the scene down further by telling Eric, "All I want to know is when she makes her move, and then I want an apology from you for not trusting me." She stalks out, and RevCam gets back to work, wisely ignoring everything Annie just said.
Lucy and Annie apologize to each other for all the stupid things they said earlier, but then they make the situation worse by saying a whole bunch of new stupid things, all of which are too boring to repeat.
It turns out that Simon has become the belle of the ball. Every girl in Glenoak is calling him for a date, and he needs a desk organizer to keep track of them all. I'm convinced this is his dream sequence, but that someone accidentally edited out the part of the show that explains that it's a dream sequence.
RevCam reassures Ruthie that he and SuperMom are not angry at each other. This scene is so syrupy that my dental fillings start to hurt.
Meanwhile, Simon's still fielding calls from girls who allegedly want to go out with him. He's playing on his goody-goody image by telling the chicks that family is important to him. Happy is sitting next to him. I was going to make a tasteless joke about how her leg was broken and how only she knew that Simon is not really a virgin, but I didn't want to offend anyone.
Speaking of offensive, Dopey and Cheryl are finishing off their boring date with some flirty banter in front of Cheryl's apartment building. Inexplicably, Cheryl agrees to date Dopey again. She's playing the lame-o Harlequin heroine once more, as she starts to walk away without kissing Dopey goodnight. He manfully grabs her arm and pulls her back, and you can tell that's exactly what she wanted him to do. Tee hee. It's all too clichéd for words.