At the pool hall, the music is a little better, but the scene is just as cutesy, as we get to see everyone dancing with their dates. This includes little Billy and Cory's daughter. I know -- gack. Mary and Lucy walk out to the edge of the dance floor. I don't know if they're with their imaginary dates or not, since I think imaginary dates are probably invisible. Mary says one of the only intentionally funny things I've ever heard her say when she tells Lucy, "If you ask me to dance, I'm gonna kill you." Watching all the exes dancing, Lucy states the obvious when she remarks, "I really think leaving us is the best thing that ever happened to these guys. Look how happy they are!" Mary says, "And look how miserable we are." I assume she means because they're dateless for VD, although I think she's missing the bigger picture by ignoring how sad it is that they are still spying on their exes while standing, totally obviously, about ten feet away from them. Before the girls leave, we get final glimpses of Wilson and Jeremy. I'd like to think that these really are the final glimpses we'll catch of these guys, but I'm sure they'll be back again in a few weeks.
At Joy's house, Robbie is shaking hands with the butler, who tells Joy, "Mr. Palmer and I have come to an agreement. He will keep his hands off you, and I will not have him killed." Dang, that's too bad. The butler even agrees to let Robbie take Joy out for the big VD surprise, provided she doesn't, you know, give him her flower or anything. Robbie says he'll have her back in a couple of hours. I'm sure that after all that incessant making out, if he were really planning on having sex with her now, he could probably have her home in five minutes.
Dopey is in the Hello Kitty room, calling someone. That someone turns out to be Chickenhead. Dopey seems surprised that it's her, and she asks him why he keeps calling and hanging up on her. He looks embarrassed, and not just because he's sitting under a giant poster of Tweety Bird. He asks Chickenhead his stock question: "Why did we break up?" She tells him it's because she fell in love with Brett. It should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with the CamVerse that she's now engaged to Brett. Yeah, whatever. Dopey admits that he was trying to call Heather, and Shana informs him that Heather lives with her and Brett now. Don't you Glenoak people ever get out and meet anyone new? Heather can't come to the phone since she's out on a date, so it's up to Chickenhead to do her best to encourage Dopey to let go of the past. She tells him, "The great love of your life is out there, somewhere, just waiting for you to find her." Oh, hello, Foreshadowing. Welcome to the party. Hope your Valentine's Day didn't suck as much as the plotlines on this show. After hanging up the phone, Dopey's still pretty dejected -- until he looks over at a plush Hello Kitty toy. He picks her up and says, "As Kitty is my witness, I will never have another Valentine's Day like this again." You mean one where you end the night hugging a Hello Kitty doll on your bed? I know the show is G-rated so they can't show anything explicit, but I think the writers have implied what's going to happen when the camera moves away.