Oh my, did my attention wander again? I'm sorry. It's just so hard to focus when the show is this dull.
It turns out the GramRents have been doing all sorts of wild and crazy activities because Grandma's, you know, got reservations at Chateau Eternity. Annie seems to have a hard time accepting this new version of her mother, especially when Grandma confesses that she wants to participate in a three-way with her gardener and the Avon lady. No, really, she does! I don't know how that got past the censors. Heh. Grandma asks Annie if Glenoak has any water parks. When Annie says that there are two of them, Grandma finally agrees to visit. Wait -- but the prospect of spending time with the grandchildren couldn't lure her to town? Because they're less important than going to a water park? Okay, got it. That's some mighty fine family value-ing you're doing there, Ms. Hampton.
Back at Pa Camden's Family Feedbag, RevCam is giving Dopey some last-minute advice about his Meals on Wheels assignment. He says he really appreciates Dopey's help, which, I suppose, slightly makes up for the fact that he railroaded Dopey into this in the first place. Dopey tries to capitalize on this moment by asking to have his car restriction lifted, but RevCam says no in what is meant to be comic fashion.
At the dinner table, RevCam is boring the hell out of his family with stories about...um...casseroles, I think. Mary cuts in at one point with the great line, "Cheese covers a myriad of sins." If you take that in a different context, it would make a great motto for this show, don't you think? Mary comments that the casserole they're eating could use a little salt, and RevCam gets up to fetch it. The kids use his absence as the opportunity to dispose of the vile casserole on their plates. Believe it or not, this is one of the best scenes ever, and I actually laugh out loud when Simon tries to get Happy to eat his casserole and she refuses. It's even funnier when RevCam walks back in and catches them all in the act.