Chandler and RevCam discuss candidates for vestibule-painters. RevCam wants to go with the guy who will do the wainscoting for free. Doug? Chandler asks how people manage to parent and have outside lives and jobs. Annie would probably like to know the answer to that question as well. Chandler says parenting is "too hard," to which RevCam curtly says it will work out and tries to leave. Chandler says RevCam just doesn't understand, to which RevCam gets all pissy and says that he only has seven children and a job, so maybe he's not the right guy to ask about how to juggle both things. Yeah, well, RevCam, you also have Annie, who does EVERYTHING, and you barely work as it is, so yeah, you are the wrong person to ask. Plus, you're the one who peer-pressured Chandler into getting that kid even though he said he wasn't ready for one, so either dish out the advice or just shut up entirely.
Martin and Asslee hold hands and walk down the school hallway. But looks can be deceiving, because there's trouble in teen love paradise: Martin and Asslee are mad at each other for having other commitments. Asslee works every night, and Martin has baseball practice every afternoon. Martin thinks Asslee should just skip work, to which Asslee responds that her dad doesn't treat her any differently than the other employees, so he'd fire her. Martin tells her to just call in sick. She asks him if he'd call in sick for baseball. She says he doesn't really need to practice anyway, since he's so good at it, to which Martin laughs in her face like an asshole. Also, watching a scene with these two is a lot like eating plain toast.
Ruthie and Peter exit the zoo, still complaining about getting a day off crappy school to see some fun animals like the little brats they are. Right before they're about to get on the buses, they spot a hot dog stand. Peter says the hot dogs smell good; Ruthie's surprised he can smell them when she can hardly see them. Get some glasses, Ruthie: that hot dog stand is like ten feet away. Ruthie and Peter decide to get some hot dogs, since they should have the freedom to do that and the buses never leave on time anyway. I'd just like to add that after my field trip to the sewage treatment plant, I wasn't hungry for a week, let alone immediately following its conclusion. So shut up, Ruthie and Peter.
Kevin and Roxanne walk into the Treehouse, where Lucy is "studying." Lucy's surprised to see them, to which Roxanne and Kevin explain that the Glenoak PD has a new policy that uniformed officers are being "introduced" to "other aspects" of police work, i.e. the more advanced officers had some shit work they didn't want to do, so they made a policy that got it fobbed off on idiot underlings like Kevin and Roxanne. Kevin and Roxanne bitch about what a drag their normal job is sometimes, so they're glad to do something different. Kevin PSAs that uniformed officers have an "unspoken tension." Lucy says that Kevin never seemed to mind when women were checking him out when he was in uniform. "Different kind of tension," Kevin says, all shirtless and…uh…kind of hot. I'm sorry! But it's true.