Jeffrey watches a television show from the fifties and lectures Chandler about his vegetable and fungi preferences. He's all put out because there won't be any mushrooms with dinner, although he really could have just gotten some when they were at the grocery store, so, shut up, Jeffrey. And cut your hair. Jeffrey helps himself to a juice box in the fridge, whereupon he discovers the theme of this episode: alcohol. Jeffrey's all pissy that Chandler, a legal adult, would dare have wine in his own home. Apparently, Chandler promised Jeffrey his home would be alcohol-free, but then took absolutely no measures to make this happen. His punishment is our punishment: Jeffrey nags him until he dumps the wine down the sink.
RevCam and Annie walk to the house while RevCam tries to think up excuses to avoid the dinner party. What a rude git to be talking about that in a loud voice in front of the home of the people who kindly invited him over for dinner. RevCam and Annie continue to talk as they walk up to the house, and either these people have the longest driveway ever or RevCam stupidly parked down the street. RevCam whines that the Johnsons probably invited them over to ask for his advice on some stupid problem. Yeah, God forbid that RevCam should DO HIS JOB and counsel his parishioners. He's also worried that Ruthie is going to kill his young sons. No sooner does Mr. Johnson answer the door than he's asking them for help. RevCam and Annie look at each other. "At least Ruthie's fine," says Annie, with surprisingly good timing and delivery.
Ruthie and the twins appear to be playing Jenga. Ruthie asks if they want to continue the game or get dinner. "PLAY GAME!" screams the stupid twin. The other twin wants dinner, and the two begin to squabble, with the taller twin showing actual acting ability. Ruthie goes to answer the phone and tells the twins to make up their collective minds. Which aren't so collective today. There's hope for them yet!
Peter's on the phone. He asks how things are going. Ruthie says they're fine, just in time for the Jenga tower to be knocked over so loudly that Peter actually heard it on his end. Ruthie rushes over and asks what happened; Sam accuses Vid of knocking his game over. Vid claims that the tower went and jumped off the table itself. Then he points out that they can get dinner now. You know, I think I like Vid.
Ruthie rushes back to the phone and nags at Peter to come over. The Cheesy Split Screen -- which I honestly thought the 7th Heaven special effects department, if such a thing exists and is staffed by humans with at least partial brain function, had abandoned -- returns. Peter resists Ruthie's advances and says he has to spend time with his father. Ruthie claims to understand, and as she's talking, the split screen just suddenly ends, even though the phone conversation isn't over. Peter, now in a classier one-shot, says goodbye. Ruthie glares at the twins with all the steely determination of someone who's about to perform a human sacrifice. Run, Vid! Sam, you can stay put.