Pete asks Simon about some piece of paper that he found which has Simon's handwriting on it. Of course, he felt compelled to read it without permission. It's a proposal that Simon wrote up about how Pete could streamline his supply purchasing. Trust me, it's really very dull, even though Pete looks impressed by it.
Annie goes into Ruthie's room to ask her about her essay. Ruthie has finally decided what she wants to be when she grows up. She tells Annie: "I want to be you." She lists off some of the skills Annie uses as a homemaker, such as plumbing, electrical work, fixing cars and managing money. It's actually a nice tribute to homemakers, though it in no way makes up for George's cloddish musings from a few minutes ago. Annie kind of brushes it off to ask Ruthie if she'd mind Annie being at her school a few days a week. Ruthie doesn't mind, nor does she think to question why Annie would be at her school.
RevCam asks her, though, as soon as she leaves Ruthie's room. When SuperMom accuses him of spying on her, he replies, in frustration, "Yes, that's what I've been reduced to: spying." I don't know how Stephen Collins got that comment on the lameness of his role past the producers. Annie walks off, shaking her head in disgust. RevCam looks heavenward and demands that God make Annie talk to him.