The crew is sitting outside and Simon is taking video of them, when Nathan grabs the phone and asks, “did you ever have sex with a piece of fruit.” Simon manages to get the phone back. Sally is inside the locker room with Pete and she says that she found Tony’s credit card in Simon’s bag. Pete says that it doesn’t prove anything and the best they can do is charge Simon with fraud. He then warns Sally that she has to stop or she is going to lose her job. Sally watches as the gang comes inside and turns to follow Simon with her eyes. Clearly, Sally has determined that Simon is the one who can tell her what happened to Tony.
Sally pulls them into the office one by one and asks if they have learned anything from community service. None of them have anything to offer or take the question seriously except for Simon, who she asks how he gets along with the others. Outside, Kelly wants to know why Simon is in there longer than the rest of them. When Sally asks Simon what he would like to do when his time is over, Simon says that he likes making videos and editing them together. Sally claims she knows someone in the business and is willing to ask him about helping Simon to get some work experience. When Simon goes to leave, Sally thanks him because it’s nice that there’s someone she can have a conversation with.
Outside, the crew is scraping posters off the wall and they start talking about who left the notes. When they leave for the day, Alisha asks what Curtis is doing that night and Curtis claims that he has to babysit his cousin. Simon is on the sidewalk and Sally pulls up and to ask if he wants a lift. Simon is shocked, so she opens her car door. Curtis meets Sam who greets him with a kiss. It seems he didn’t have to babysit, he was just hiding his relationship with her. Curtis says that he wants to break up and Sam starts to get upset, starts to cry and begs him not to do this to her. Curtis once again shifts back in time. Curtis and Sam leave with their arms wrapped around each other.
In the car, Sally asks Simon what’s going on with Curtis and Alisha. Simon gives her a shocked look and Sally says, “come on, I’m not blind. Are they seeing each other?” Simon answers, “I suppose so.” Sally asks what else they get up to when she is not around and Simon replies, “nothing”. When they arrive at Simon’s, he says that he is just going to go online and Sally says she is going to watch tv and go to bed. Clearly she is trying to build up a rapport with Simon. That night, Simon goes online and tells Shygirl that he met someone. Shygirl asks him if he is lonely and he answers yes and so she advises him to go for it. I have to admit that Sally is good.
The next day at the community center the are crew are cleaning windows, as Nathan wonders if he can talk to animal. A bunch of young women are walking in holding babies causing Nathan to announce that this is why he always uses condoms, and if the girl looks dirty he uses two. Curtis and Alisha are masturbating again when Curtis gets a call. Sam has shown up at the community center looking for him and to distract Alisha, he asks her to go again. Sam says that she is Curtis; girlfriend and wants to know where he is and Nathan, Simon and Kelly cove for him. Curtis is sitting on the roof when Nathan approaches saying that they saw Sam but they covered for him. Nathan replies, “I always wanted to be a cheat, but I’ve just always been to disorganized. I struggle to remember one girl’s name.” Curtis says it’s not like that and tells Nathan about going back in time and that every time he tries to breaks up with Sam, she starts to cry and then she goes back in time. Nathan suggests that he needs to get Sam angry so that she won’t cry and says that Curtis needs to tell her “that she’s got nasty snatch junk.” God how I hate this character. Did we really need another rendition of how dirty the vagina is? But then what is more sexism coming from this man. Curtis says that he cannot do that because it would hurt Sam. Nathan replies, “it’s these powers, no matter what you do, the ones you love will be the ones who pay.”