Christina tells RevCam that she's grateful for his help, but she's really not, since she then asks him why he's helping her now, after she lived in Glenoak "for a long, long time" and he never helped her then. Um, didn't she JUST SAY that she moved around a lot? RevCam says he's sorry, but he didn't know Christina then. Hey, maybe if she had GONE TO CHURCH and met RevCam at some point during her "long, long" stay in Glenoak, things would have been different. It's not like I expect the Catholic Church up the street from me to just automatically know of my existence and have five nuns show up on my door bearing gifts. Christina says that she's got a younger sister who could use more help than she could. Fine. I hope RevCam takes her security deposit money away and hands it off to the sister, then. I hate Christina. RevCam says he'll "get right on" Christina's sister. Simon thanks his dad and gives him a manly hug. But RevCam won't leave without giving Simon a lecture about how living off-campus is a big responsibility and a privilege, and privileges can be taken away, even though as soon as Simon pays Kevin back for the loan, there's really nothing RevCam can do. Although this is the guy who confiscated his adult daughter's sports car, so maybe I'm wrong.
In a completely different location, a woman greets RevCam, saying she expected his visit "weeks ago," when Harry was supposed to marry her. Oh, is this supposed to be Christina's younger sister? Because they both look the same age, and that age is twenty-five. But please continue, Meredith, because you're making fun of the Camdens for saving a bird that somehow made Harry think about Jesus, break off their marriage plans, and get his own foster home. Boy, am I glad I didn't see that episode. Meredith adds that she doesn't want RevCam to get her a foster home unless he can guarantee her safety, since she got her wrist broken at the last foster home she was in by another foster child. Meredith must get this "beggars can, in fact, be choosers" attitude from her sister. RevCam apologizes for Meredith's hardships halfheartedly, and she apologizes for ever being born, which is a great way to kill a conversation. Oh, and she also hates her name, like, she should really be thanking her lucky stars that her name isn't "Greta," who we'll meet later in the episode, not to mention the parade of tertiary characters we've seen on this show with names like "Venus," "Morris," or "Monty." Those names suck loads more than "Meredith." Speaking of things that suck loads, Meredith has an idea: she can live in the CamPound! And she just happens to know that there are plenty of open rooms there after Matt, Mary, and Simon moved out, and she predicts pregnant Lucy will be moving out of the Treehouse soon, too. Well, Meredith seems to have passed the stalking proficiency requirement of living in the CamPound. Plus: "I cook, I clean, I don't eat a lot," she says. She's the new Asslee! ["Can she sing live?" -- Sars]