In the pitch-dark CamKitchen, RevCam tells Annie that he told Meredith he'd think about letting her move in. Martin walks in, having overheard the conversation, and reports that Meredith doesn't have any friends at school, which shouldn't surprise anyone, since if you're someone who actually wants to live in the CamPound, you probably don't have a personality that's conducive to people liking you. Also, says Martin, kids don't want to be friends with Social Services kids, who are usually "tough." "Except for Harry," Martin adds, "he didn't seem that tough." Hee. And Aaron Carter? Even 7th Heaven is calling you wimpy. It might be time for an image change. Does Federline have a sister? Martin asks if the CamRents are going to help Meredith, and Annie says that they will, but not by letting her stay with them, which is the only thing Meredith actually wanted. But Annie only lets non-Camdens move in if they're hot young boys, so I guess Meredith's just shit out of luck. Annie justifies her decision by saying that Meredith should be in a home with people who can totally focus on her, and that the Camdens have a lot to take on, what with...well, actually, they have less to take on now than they ever have, but Annie tries to make up some excuses while RevCam drinks deeply from the small bottled water that represents what the CamRents spend their money on instead of helping foster children.
Ruthie enters the scene because she knows how much I love seeing her face, and asks if Meredith is going to live in the CamPound. Once again, we are told that she isn't. "Your dad is going to try to find her a home," says Annie. "I'm going to try to find her a home," says RevCam. "That's what I said," says Annie. Ruthie mentions that Meredith has a heretofore unknown second sister, "the one in the wheelchair." "The one in the wheelchair? Meredith has a handicapped sister?" says RevCam. "Christina and Meredith have a handicapped sister?" says Annie. Wow, the writers sure do use those copy and paste functions a lot, huh? Ruthie answers them with this little gem: "I don't know if she's handicapped, but she's in a wheelchair." No, Ruthie, she's perfectly fine. She just hangs out in a wheelchair because it's fun. Ruthie tells RevCam that Kelly lives in a "special-needs house." RevCam's eyes light up, and he asks if the special-needs house has vacancies for two small twin boys.
Kelly wheels in to greet RevCam with a "joke" asking where RevCam, the "Davis family guardian angel," has been for the last ten years. RevCam laughs uncomfortably. Kelly thinks it's because he's not used to seeing a handicapped person crack jokes, like, thanks for the Cousin Geri moment, Kelly. By the way: you are no Cousin Geri. And I think you're older than the actresses playing your sisters. Wheels says she's surprised that a minister is actually trying to help her, since "godly types" talk about helping, but never actually do anything. Don't give away the ending, Kelly! And, oh: there's another child in the Davis family.