Simon struggles to free himself from the banister Ruthie has tied him to as she calmly eats cookies beside him and revels in his misery. He begs and begs her to untie him, but she refuses. Solely to create the following "hysterical" scene, Ruthie says that she wants to admire her handiwork from a different angle. She climbs up a few stairs, sticks her head through two spindles, and then screams bloody murder. Unfortunately, she's not actually being murdered; her head is caught between the spindles, even though there's obviously more than enough room for her to be able to extricate herself. Not that I'm complaining; watching Ruthie's pain makes me smile. Simon asks Happy to untie him, but she just falls asleep on a nearby chair. Oh, Happy, you truly are the best character on this show. Ruthie tells Simon that he's the worst babysitter ever and that it's his fault that she's stuck in the staircase. What is it with women blaming men for their self-caused misfortunes this episode? Is this another facet of family values that I don't understand? Just then, the CamRents come home, their plot apparently wrapped up nicely even though we saw no proper resolution. Upon seeing their restrained children, Annie twists her head around and makes gasping noises while RevCam shrugs helplessly.
Mary and Matt walk away from the site of the sinful sleepover party. Because he is a self-righteous ass, Matt does not help Mary carry any of her luggage. They pile into the car, whereupon Mary informs Matt that she is never going to speak to him again. He says that she will speak to him, and that he will speak to her and Lucy. From the back seat, Lucy asks if it's possible that no one could speak to the CamRents about this. Come on now, Lucy: you know that Matt absolutely lives for the chance to tell your parents about your and your sister's sex lives.