RevCam calls Carlos, who has to run down a staircase with a banister that appears to be made of garroting wire to get the phone. Carlos has some difficulty ascertaining the identity of the caller, which is perfectly understandable when you consider that this is probably the first time RevCam's called his own daughter in two seasons. There's a funny moment when Carlos calls RevCam "Colonel," followed by an even funnier one when, after finally figuring out who Eric is, Carlos says he'll tell Mary that he called and totally hangs up on him. See how it feels, RevCam! RevCam calls back and tells Carlos that he wanted to speak to him, not Mary. In fact, he wants to talk to Carlos face-to-face, hombre a hombre, so why doesn't Carlos score a free flight pass from Mary and come to California tomorrow in time for dinner. "But Mary won't be home for two days!" Carlos says. "I don't want Mary to come," says RevCam, apparently knowing that the relative success of Jessica Biel's new movie could very well mean that we'll never have to see her again. Carlos says that if it's important, he'll be there. RevCam says it is, then gets his revenge by hanging up on Carlos without saying goodbye.
The sun rises over the CamPound as RevCam puts tiny cartons of orange juice and what appears to be soy milk in the fridge. Catherine Hicks puts in her first (and sadly, not last) appearance of the show by calling RevCam. You can tell she's calling from Arizona because there's a cactus in the background. No, seriously. Is it a good idea to have a huge cactus in a house with an Alzheimer's patient? "It's so good to hear your voice, I really miss you," RevCam lies. Annie pretends to be interested in RevCam's stupid commitment sermon, then demands to speak to SamVid. RevCam says that Asslee has the "day off" school (do you think the Glenoak public school system shut down so everyone could finish writing out their commitments to RevCam? I do.), so she took them out to see what must be the earliest movie matinee ever, followed by a trip to the zoo, and then the park. Annie's Clownface of Anger flares up, but she says nothing.