The CamFam, minus Matt, Martin, and Lucy, set the table for dinner. Lucy bursts in and announces that Kevin won't be joining them for dinner. RevCam expresses his disinterest. The phone rings, and Annie asks someone to get it. So Peter gets it, even though this isn't his house. Oh, and then? He tells PC, who's calling, that Matt can't come to the phone because he's on a date with Heather. Even Maria, who has no idea who Matt or PC even are, is all, "Awwww, shit!" She must have taken a cue from the Sad Piano of Potential Infidelity. Holding an arm over her belly to conceal her pregnancy, PC hangs up the phone.
Mac and Martin wait for the girls to show up for their date. They finally arrive, and they look pissed. It turns out that Asslee and Pam had a little chat, one that proved to be especially informative. Then they both childishly slap Mac on the arm. Martin asks what's going on. Asslee answers, her head bobbling about furiously, that she's breaking up with Martin because he either has "bad taste in friends, or [he] just [has] bad taste." And why can't it be both? Pam tells Mac that she may have been "desperate" when they started going out, but she isn't anymore. The two girls walk away. Martin asks Mac what's going on: Mac says he told "a little white lie" to Pam about Martin and Asslee. He pulled an "everybody's doing it" with Pam and tried to convince her to have sex with him by saying that Martin and Asslee were doing it too. Martin's eyes bug out, and his jaw drops. He can't understand why Mac would say something that he knew wasn't true. Hey, maybe, Martin, it's because Mac is like just about every other teenage boy, and he's so desperate to have sex that he'll do anything. Not that such behavior is at all commendable, but it's just refreshing to see a character on this show who behaves in a somewhat realistic manner. Martin weakly punches Mac in the shoulder and leaves. Mac doesn't look too contrite. Would I watch a spin-off series where Mac just went around messing up the lives of the holier-than-thou? Yes. Yes, I would.
Chandler and Kendull discuss Jeffrey's education. Turns out Jeffrey's "gifted," and he gets bad grades because he's bored. Hmm maybe I should have someone check over that math Kendull did earlier in the recap, since the girl is obviously dumb as a rock. Not even a rock -- a pebble. That had a complete lobotomy. Kendull says she'll work with Jeffrey and the school over the summer to try to figure out a game plan. Chandler says he really appreciates this. Kendull says that Jeffrey is a "great kid" and she really likes him. Oh, I see what happened here: Kendull accidentally talked to a totally different child that she mistook for Jeffrey. Chandler's all, "Yeah, yeah, Jeffrey's great you want him? Seriously, I'll sell him to you for ten bucks. Okay, five, but that's as low as I'll go. No, that's a lie; I'll actually give you ten bucks if you take him off my hands. Randy Spelling? I've got some new papers for you to draw up!" Actually, he invites everyone to dinner. Kendull turns the invitation down, saying she has a date. And here he is now; it's Kendull's boyfriend Sean. And he looks like a fatter, balder, older Matt LeBlanc. Sean and Kendull take off, leaving Chandler with Jeffrey, who demonstrates his newfound intelligence to all by singing: "Kendull and Chandler, sittin' in a tree. K-I-S-S-I-N-G." Chandler growls and attempts to strangle him. Do it, Chandler. DO IT.