SuperMom and RevCam are picking up about a thousand toys scattered around the living room couch. I think that makes it even weirder that Annie is pimping for the twins. RevCam leeringly asks if he and Annie have time for a Sunday afternoon nap. I thought Sweeps Month was when the networks tried to lure viewers in, not turn them off with allusions to the CamRents' no-doubt-icky sex life. Speaking of icky, Mary comes in to ask if she's correct in assuming that no one's allowed out of the house on Valentine's Day. SuperMom confirms that Mary's assumption is correct. The phone rings, and Lucy shouts that it's Robbie calling. Mary runs off blissfully. SuperMom tells Eric about Robbie's plan to bring Mary to meet his parents. She gives about ten reasons justifying why it should be okay with RevCam, but he's still hesitant about trusting Robbie. I hate to see RevCam be right about anything, but in this case his judgment's pretty good.
Robbie and Mary are talking on the phone, and he's trying to convince her that he's thrilled about attending the twins' family birthday party, "corny" though it may be. She tries to get him to come over that night, but he says he can't because he has to work. He says he'll see her tomorrow and hangs up. Mary tells Lucy that every time she talks to Robbie, she feels like she's "just jumped off a cliff and [she's] helplessly falling and falling and falling." Lucy laughs at her and leaves. I'd laugh too, but I'm too busy wallowing in self-pity because not only am I listening to some of the stupidest dialogue in the history of television, but I'm listening to it without a cigarette in my hand.
Lucy's heading back to the garage to work on her secret project some more when SuperMom stops her for a chat. She's wondering who Lucy wants to invite to the twins' birthday party. Does anyone else think it's a little weird that SuperMom is pressuring her teenage daughter to bring a date to a family function? Okay, I'm glad to know it's not just me. Lucy pretends to be happy to be spending Valentine's Day with her family, although I suspect she just doesn't want to expose any of the boys she knows to Annie's weird gift solicitations on behalf of the twins. SuperMom grills Lucy on all three of the boys she's dated recently. Lucy says that she and Andrew have chemistry but that she needs more than that to have a "real relationship with a guy." SuperMom looks thrilled by that after Lucy leaves. I remember Andrew as the rude guy who invited Lucy on a date and then expected her to pay for everything and let a door slam in her face at the theatre. I think it's safe to say he's no prize.