Mary and Lucy are discussing not being trusted. They think it blows. Mary asks, "You think I can trust Robbie?" Lucy thinks his brother is honest, though Mary points out that cheating on his girlfriend with Lucy wasn't exactly honest. Mary suggests starting an "honesty program," whatever the hell that is. Lucy says they can start out by being honest with themselves. Her big confession was that she really liked kissing Rick. That's a colossal surprise to everyone, I'm sure. But she feels guilty because she helped Rick cheat on his girlfriend. "I don't think women should do that to each other," she says. Hmm, interesting point. I suppose it's too much to ask, though, that the majority of the blame should be laid on lying-ass Rick because he's the only one who actually cheated on someone? Oh, wait, I forgot. In situations like this, it should be the woman's fault, even though Lucy has no moral obligation to Rick's girlfriend and, in fact, doesn't even know her. Thanks, writers, for clearing that up. Mary's dilemma is that she's not sure if she can trust Robbie. She says it's a "gut feeling" she's "trying really hard to ignore for now."
Robbie and Rick arrive home. A trampy-looking woman is waiting for them in her car. She starts harassing Robbie, asking if he was out with another woman. He claims he wasn't, but she doesn't trust his skanky ass any more than Mary does. Robbie tries to win her over with some of his special brand of logic. "If I was going out with another woman," he says, "you think I'd be home this early?" She's still wary, but she lets herself be led into the house.
Dopey and John are saying good night to the foxy neighbour ladies, who have invited them to dinner in their apartment the next week. Man, I really hope the blonde one doesn't become Dopey's new love interest when Chickenhead dumps him. I mean, this woman is vacuous! As soon as the fine foxes leave, Dopey vaults to the phone to call Chickenhead. As the phone rings and rings, we see shots of Chickenhead's phone but no Chickenhead. We do see Dopey, and he's trying to emote. It is not a pretty sight.
Next episode: a teacher calls Ruthie stupid. And the promos make it look like that's a bad thing!