Oh, yuck -- one of the foxy neighbours has started feeding Dopey some lasagna on a fork. Finally, when the other fox tells Dopey that "a girl would have to be crazy not to find a way to make a relationship work with you," John just about loses it. He's making fist-in-palm hitting motions as he asks Dopey to step outside for a moment. This leads me to hope that he'll clock the Dopester and send him flying down the stairs. No such luck. John just chews him out and tells him to leave. Inside the apartment, the phone rings, and the perky blonde answers it. It's Chickenhead on the line! Are you surprised? No, I didn't think so. Chickenhead is surprised, though, especially when the blonde asks her if she is Shana. Matt runs in and grabs the phone, which blonde girl hands over with a bubbly, "It's Shana!" Chickenhead starts clucking about the girl who answered the phone. Dopey stands around looking, uh, dopey.
The Quartet of Dumb-Asses bid their adieus at the Camdens' back door. Rick tries to get away with a handshake, but Lucy grabs him and plants her mouth on his. Mary and Robbie kiss too. Hey, Mary! Move it! You guys are blocking Lance! Gawd! As the girls walk into the house, RevCam runs to intercept them and ask them about their dates. Lucy says hers was "okay," so RevCam gets all hostile and asks, "Just okay?" When he says that everyone knows what Lucy was doing tonight, she asks if he was spying on her. RevCam, ever the loser, claims he just "happened to walk by." Mary can't stand that the conversation is not about her and Robbie so she yells a bit about the CamRents' lack of trust and then huffs up the stairs. Lucy starts to follow her but makes the mistake of turning back to say, "And you have no reason not to trust me!" This brings the conversation to Lucy's past movie make-out experience. She is saved from having to explain herself overly much when the CamRents smell cigarette smoke from upstairs.
Jeez, with RevCam breathing down their necks all night long, how stupid do Simon and Nigel have to be to light up in the house? Damn stupid, I say. They natter on for a while about their school project and the CamRents reprimand them. Trust me: it's dull. Simon does make one good observation, though, when he says that the fact that smoking is forbidden makes it more tempting. Okay, that doesn't really go anywhere, but then neither does this scene. SuperMom tells the boys they will have to trash their project and start over. How fortunate for them that Ruthie wants to sell them her science project idea. After everyone praises it, Simon reluctantly hands Ruthie a dollar. She brings her project over and asks Simon if he knows what alchemy is. "Turning ordinary substances into gold," he replies, adding that it's "not possible." Ruthie says, "Sure, it is." She pulls out some straw from the bag and hands it over to Simon, pointing out that it is straw. Thanks! She then holds up her collection of dollar bills and says, "Gold! I'm good." No, you're not, Ruthie, you suck! Especially when you do that hideous cackling laugh that's supposed to sound evil. I'll give you a dollar if you'll just SHUT UP!