RevCam tells the phone to "come to Papa." Whatever tickles your pickle, dude. Annie calls, wondering if they should call the school and find out what's going on with Simon. Or maybe they could call Simon's roommate, whose name is, in fact, Monty. Not "Moddy," and while I can understand why Stephen Collins might want to hit the bottle before his scenes, it would cause less confusion if he didn't slur his lines.
Simon and Kevin walk into Simon's room, where Monty is pissed to report that RevCam has now taken to calling him instead of Simon. Simon asks when Monty and RevCam got so close, and Monty says they talk all the time, since Simon is never around when RevCam calls. And also, Monty got in trouble along with Simon for harboring the homeless girl, Christina, in their room, even though he had nothing to do with it. Finally, he spits a "who are you?" in Kevin's direction. Simon says Kevin is his brother, and he's married to Simon's sister. Monty is disgusted, believing that Simon's two siblings married each other, but Simon clears it up by explaining that Kevin is his brother-in-law, but he has "a thing" about wanting to be called just a "brother." Although it's not much of a stretch, considering the fact that Mary once asked her brother to give her her first kiss. God, this show is fucked up. Monty leaves to tell his friends what a weirdo he has for a roommate, and Kevin asks to speak to whoever was responsible for kicking Simon out.
RevCam talks to his phone. It's pathetic how lonely this man is. Can't he hang out with Capt. Michaels or Richard Lewis? Off-screen, preferably, especially if it's the latter. When the phone rings, RevCam jumps on it and answers, "Kevin?" But it's Lucy, and RevCam's disappointment at that fact is, admittedly, very funny. Anyway, Lucy needs to fill some more time in this episode, so she's calling to tell her dad what she told him her last scene, which is that he's sending Kevin on a mission she has no faith he can accomplish. Honestly, it seems like a pretty simple task to me: pull out checkbook, write check for five hundred dollars, give to Simon. Maybe the Kevbot's hand circuits aren't functioning today or something. RevCam says he's trying to teach Kevin "not to help unless you really can help." Again, I really don't see how Kevin, presuming he has five hundred dollars to loan, can't help here.