Eric follows her into the bedroom and tries to suck up by asking if she needs help folding laundry. She rants about the way someone else -- Robbie, I assume -- already folded it, but not to her exacting standards. Cry me a river, babe. She asks him, "Who were you and your little friend talking to on the phone?" Heh, way to put RevCam in his place. He admits that Robbie was talking to Mary and that he was listening in because he just wanted to hear Mary's voice. Annie disgustedly replies that she would like to hear Mary's voice also. Eric suggests that Robbie might let her listen in too. Ha! I think that makes three intentional jokes they've made this episode which I actually found funny. That must be some kind of a record! Just when I was in danger of liking her slightly, Annie makes some self-righteous comment about not needing Robbie to get her daughter on the phone. She stalks off with her laundry basket; RevCam follows. SuperMom complains about the way Robbie folded her laundry, and I become thoroughly repulsed again.
Annie stomps off into another room and slams the door, leaving RevCam free to hurry back to Robbie. Unfortunately, Robbie is just getting off the phone, so Eric can't get off on listening to the conversation. Robbie thinks that Mary will call Eric soon. Right on cue, the phone rings, but it's John instead. He asks for Mrs. Camden. RevCam asks him if he's looking for Matt, to which John replies, "Yeah, is he there?" Huh? Didn't he just ask for Annie a few seconds ago? But John actually wants to talk to Dopey. Maybe I'll spice up my life by trying that the next time I'm calling one of my friends. Oh wait, I forgot -- by the time I'm done laying down some Dopey-style judgment and advice on everyone I know, I won't have any friends left. RevCam rudely cuts off John in mid-sentence and hangs up on him.
Simon asks SuperMom if he can go out for pizza with The Amazing Robbie. Annie says Robbie's too old for him to hang out with. Simon argues that if Mary were here, he'd be allowed to hang out with her. I'm sure it's purely a hypothetical argument that anyone would want to hang with Mary. Annie counters with the fact that Robbie is not Simon's sibling, to which Simon replies that Annie's prohibition was based on the fact that Robbie is older than him, not on the fact that he's not a relative. Faced with logic like that, Annie obviously doesn't want to talk to him anymore, and she grants permission just so he will leave her alone.