Lucy is admiring her diamond some more when Roxanne walks into the room. After apologizing for acting nasty earlier, Lucy holds out her left hand so that Roxanne can admire her diamond also. Lucy figures out that Roxanne asked Chandler not to propose. Short of being psychic, I have no idea how she'd do that. But again, I don't care. I'm too mesmerized by how Lucy's weirdly curling hair defies gravity. Suddenly noticing the song Bobby Short has been singing throughout this entire scene, Roxanne asks Lucy to dance. Lucy happily accepts. RevBong and the T-1000 come in and watch, except Kevin says he's not comfortable with this. Whoever designed his circuitry obviously doesn't know much about the average heterosexual man.
RevCam and Annie are snuggling in their hotel bed. It doesn't look like there was much hot sex, unless the CamRents like to do it fully clothed. They're discussing Lucy's engagement, which is not exactly the sexiest topic either. People, what point is there to renting a hotel room if you're not going to get it on? Annie starts to mention that Lucy is going to want RevCam to perform the wedding ceremony, but he doesn't want to think about it right now. Yeah, there's plenty of time for that boring plotline to ruin another episode or two. Now it's time for some painful, closed-mouthed kisses. Aw! Happy VD, everyone.
Simon is following through on his threat to spend the evening telling Asslee how scrumptious she is. I can't quite bring myself to even pretend to believe that she is "kind" or "sweet." Asslee's reasons for loving Simon are some of the shallowest and stupidest I've ever heard. She says some crap about how she likes holding his hand and dancing with him. Romantic? And how!
Peter is asleep on the living room couch. If he knew how many people have made out on that couch, would he still feel comfortable sleeping there? His mother and Ben are watching him sleep. Paris is trying to decide whether to wake him up when Ruthie comes in and says she will do the honors. She kisses him somewhere in the vicinity of his chin. It does wake him up, though, and he seems unaccountably thrilled even by such a lame kiss. Ruthie leaves the room, and Peter follows, leaving the exciting new couple alone in the living room.