Lucy and Jimmy Plywood are still watching their movie. They're both in exactly the same position as when we last saw them. For Jimmy, that's obviously expected, but I'm not sure why Lucy hasn't moved at all. Out in the hall, RevCam is strumming his guitar and trying out a few songs. When he starts singing some "Froggy went a-courtin'" song in an extremely dorky manner, Mary nods her approval and joins in. Eventually, Jimmy Plywood removes his arm from Lucy's shoulder. She moves it back onto her shoulder and hisses at him, "Just ignore it." When Jimmy says he can't, Lucy storms out into the hallway to confront her father. Simon and Ruthie pick this moment to come down and argue, and it turns into a free-for-all. When Jimmy Plywood walks out and asks, "Is the date over?" Lucy runs upstairs. Smooth. RevCam offers to take Jimmy home. He puts his hand on Jimmy's back and starts to lead him out. Careful, Eric -- you don't want to get a splinter! The phone rings, and RevCam makes a quick detour to answer it. It's Dopey calling.
At the diner, the cop hands Dopey a ticket and asks, "Aren't you the minister's son?" He follows that up with, "Thought you were on restriction." Aw man, I can't even believe this shit. I mean, honestly. Does RevCam gather all the cops to his office for a daily briefing, or what? The cop starts hassling the Dopester about driving drunk. Hasn't anyone in this town ever heard of a fucking breathalyzer test?
Lucy and Mary are fighting in their room. Lucy threatens to tell SuperMom that Mary got RevCam to wreck her date. Mary counters with the threat to tell Annie that Lucy was hoping to kiss Jimmy Plywood. Ooh! Even the Camdens wouldn't be bizarre enough to be freaked by that. Or would they?
Ruthie and Simon spar some more about the bunk bed assignment. I'll be honest -- it was a lot less painful when I employed the fast-forward button during that one.
SuperMom arrives with her parents, and the kids all troop in to welcome them. Simon asks what's in their shopping bags, which is pretty rude, if you ask me. Obviously, the bags contain gifts for the greedy CamFam. And where did these gifts come from? If you guessed "airport," then obviously you, just like the GramRents, are in the know about the very best place to go for all one's shopping needs. With unbecoming glee, Simon tells Grandpa about his acquisition, earlier in the day, of a priceless cereal box prize. Quick -- someone call the Smithsonian! I howl when Grandpa starts telling Simon that his "moon rocks" are not really from the moon, but Gramps backpedals when Grandma shoots him a look. Man, I hate when they ruin a perfectly nasty scene with sap.