Simon and Dopey are sitting on a bench on the Promenade, scoping out chicks. What would you think if you saw two people holding twins? I'd assume these were the babies' parents. I think most people would assume that. So I'm not sure how this is supposed to help the guys pick up women. And actually, it doesn't. Two twenty-something women come along, and one coos over the babies. The other one -- who looks a little like Chickenhead -- bitches out Simon and Dopey for keeping the little boys up so late. Okay, no great loss -- these women were a good ten years too old for Simon anyway. But they were being a little harsh, I thought. Maybe if the girls knew that the only example of parenting that Simon and Dopey have seen has been a woman who kicked them out of the house and into an unfinished treehouse, they'd have been more understanding.
In the CamBoudoir, Annie and RevCam are working on their husband selections. For Lucy, Annie suggests Robbie's brother. RevCam makes it sound like Lucy's made out with more than one brother of Robbie's. I can't verify if that's true. Next, Annie suggests someone named Rod. Now, there's a nice, manly, phallic name. Rod's in the Marines, too. To be fair, I assume he enlisted before he found out he was to be chosen to marry a Camden. Annie is particularly disappointed to find out that Mike Pierce is dating someone already. When RevCam points out that Mike wasn't even Annie's first choice, Annie replies that she was "saving" him. Actually, it looks more like RevCam is saving him -- from a terrible, terrible fate -- by making up the story that Mike is already dating someone. What, no Jimmy Plywood on Lucy's list? For Mary, RevCam chooses some guy who "ran over" her, and someone else who's already married. When RevCam adds the firefighter Mary made out with in Buffalo to his list, Annie starts to suspect that Eric's not giving this task his all. She doesn't seem to suspect anything else, though, when Eric describes the Buffalo firefighter as being "a good kisser." I have to wonder why they're putting any effort into this at all. After all, their daughters are so wild and crazy anyway -- what with Mary drinking that half a beer last year and Lucy making out by the trashcans -- that you'd think the CamRents would be a little ashamed of wanting to inflict these hoydens on any decent guys anyway.