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.
Simon and Eric meet in the hallway and start discussing Annie. RevCam throws down his theory that Annie is worried about her father. Oh, that's right -- I'd forgotten about that plot contrivance. You have to admit, there are so many others to distract me. Robbie joins the fun as Eric tells the boys that they have to keep helping out around the house. Then they all swagger off in a very manly fashion.
Ruthie sneaks into Robbie's room and leaves a pink piece of paper on his bed. It's addressed to Robbie, and there is a heart dotting the "I." Gross.
Hey, speaking of gross, Dopey's still hanging out with Heather and Thomas. They're all watching football on TV while Dopey snarfles down all of Heather's food. He's doing that hyperactive thing he always does to convey that he's stressed. I wonder if Uncle Hank could prescribe him some Ritalin. There you go, writers -- that sounds like a perfect Disease of the Week episode for May sweeps. Consider it my gift to you. There's a knock at the door; it's John. I'm not sure why he would give Matt the time of day after the way Matt's been treating him. But John must be a masochist, because he starts begging Dopey to come meet Priscilla's parents. Dopey uses this opportunity to express his displeasure some more over the fact that John is doing something Matt doesn't want him to. Thomas interrupts their charmless argument to ask if it's Priscilla Carter they're talking about. He claims that she's the sole heir to the Carter Mills sheet fortune and that "everyone sleeps on Carter." He says that's their slogan, but I think it's a pretty lame one.
This news is enough to make Dopey change his tune. He says he's all gung-ho not because Priscilla is rich but because there may be other things they don't know about Priscilla. That makes no sense whatsoever. Wasn't his disapproval based on the fact that John didn't know Priscilla very well? And now he's all excited that John doesn't know Priscilla very well? Ah, fuck it, I've stopped caring. John and Dopey leave. We find out that Thomas made up the whole Carter Mills story to get rid of them. I can't believe there's been another truly funny joke on this show.