Mary is thanking Robbie for spending so much time with her family. She concludes that he must really like her. He puts off declarations of love until later and tells Mary about his plan to have her meet his parents at the Tick Tock Diner. She is just overwhelmed that the CamRents trust them in a car together, "on Valentine's" no less! What is with this pukey obsession with Valentine's Day? Like the CamRents are supposed to trust Mary and Robbie more on some other day because teenage sex is less likely to happen?
Oh, goody, here comes everyone else for the big birthday party. And they're all wearing party hats! Damn, that's annoying. Even Happy is wearing a party hat. Dopey is not, though. Maybe it slipped off his greasy locks. SuperMom thanks Ruthie for being the official photographer and tells her to take lots of pictures. Ruthie's not enthused. RevCam and Dopey put the twins down in front of their birthday cake. Everyone applauds when one of the boys sticks his hand in the frosting and then licks his finger. I'd probably think that was cute if a kid I liked were doing it, but the twins do nothing for me, so all I'm thinking right now is that I'm glad I'm not at that party, where I would have to pretend to enjoy a piece of the bacteria cake. SuperMom tries to get Ruthie to take a picture, but she says, "Nah, we don't wanna remember that." You know, this is probably the first time Ruthie's ever made me laugh. Okay, "laugh" is probably too strong a word, but I did smile. Lucy and Mary give the boys cowboy hats, but it turns out that the hats actually belong to Dopey and Simon. Lucy says, "We'll come up with something else." RevCam makes her repeat herself. He's been acting weird anyway, giving a commentary on the party action to no one in particular. Is he wired for sound or something? It makes no sense. Simon offers to baby-sit but is unsure if the offer will be accepted. He and Deena show off their hickeys, and Ruthie finally finds something she deems worthy of photography. SuperMom takes the camera away, and Mary and Dopey laugh. RevCam shoots Dopey a dirty look, and he apologizes, saying, "When you're depressed, it's the small things that make you laugh." He deflects attention from his laughter by offering his gift: the twins' hospital ID bracelets from the day they were born. Dopey's had the bracelets laminated. I can see where that might be appreciated by parents, but it's still kind of a weird gift. Not as weird as Ruthie's, though -- she's given them each a "fresh California egg." I hate to say it, but for a few minutes, I've actually kind of liked Ruthie. I know that will pass soon, so I'm not too worried. RevCam's making an audio recording of the party as his gift for the twins. Okay, who gave the lamest gift? Many worthy candidates, but I'd have to say RevCam. Ruthie's gift seems to have pushed SuperMom over the edge. She tells everyone they can leave but that they better go fast, before she changes her mind. Simon and Eric are not allowed to leave; they are to meet SuperMom in the kitchen. But first she asks Lucy what happened to the big surprise gift in the garage. Lucy says it's a Valentine's gift for Ruthie. SuperMom tries to get her to not give Ruthie the gift, but Lucy insists.