Simon walks into the Hello Kitty room to talk to Dopey. Both guys insist that they really don't want a "serious relationship" right now. They engage in a little G-rated lusting over Joy, which sends them into an icky hormonal frenzy and convinces them that they have to find girlfriends, "fast." Now all they have to do is come up with some zany plan that would only work on a bad TV show. Their idea of using the twins as props to pick up chicks is not only unoriginal, but stupid as well. Still, they congratulate each other with a hearty handshake. So twenty-one-year-old Dopey is positively thrilled about the idea of picking up women with his fifteen-year-old brother. No wonder Barry Watson hates his role on this show so much.
RevCam peers into the twins' room, where SuperMom is playing with the children and pretending to like them. Eric wants to know if Annie has agreed to Lucy and Mary's harebrained husband-finding scheme. With the biggest smile I've ever seen, Cruella says, "No, but I do think it would be kind of fun to choose someone for them, don't you think?" Why the hell is she smiling so much? Is it one of those smiles that masks a deep-rooted psychosis? Or maybe the WB is just turned off by all the hate mail they've no doubt received about Annie's abusiveness, and now they're telling the director to make Catherine Hicks smile all the time so the audience will like her better. RevCam tells her he doesn't think the scheme is a very good one, but you can tell he's trying to avoid setting off her temper. He says that the girls' quest to find boyfriends is motivated by jealousy: "They want what Robbie has, and they want it before they enter into the holiday dating season, so that they don't have to spend the holidays watching Robbie and Joy." Excuse me? Did he say "holiday dating season"? What the fuck is that? Is it some quaint custom from the same era when women were more amenable to their parents choosing mates for them? Fortunately, Robbie interrupts this bizarre conversation, saying, "Can I have a word with " He trails off, then points to RevCam. Careful, Robbie -- you don't want to piss off the beast. You'd better lock your door tonight, or you may wake up to find Cruella staring down at you and holding an axe.