RevCam's office. Chandler shows up wanting to know what the Rev said to Cruella. RevCam says he told her that he agreed with the way Chandler was handling things, and that the two of them could use some counseling. Why do you ask? Because my mother's suing me! yells Chandler. RevCam looks like he's passing a kidney stone, which would be a lot less painful than having to recap this show as a regular job.
So the twins are riding around in circles yelling "look at me!" much to the delight of Cecilia. Annie, meanwhile, looks like she came into the back yard only to find her kids ritualistically murdered. And Cecilia tells this long, boring story about the whole process of teaching the kids to ride their bikes. Annie doesn't say anything, so Cecilia makes her Concerned Face and asks if anything is wrong. Annie still says nothing.
Back in RevCam's office, Chandler is pacing around when Martin shows up to yell at RevCam some more. Turns out RevCam emailed Martin's father to tell him what was going on, and Martin's dad won't let Martin play baseball and told his aunt not to sign his papers to allow Martin to play pro baseball early. Martin: "Who do you think you are? God?" Hee! Also, yes. Yes, he does. RevCam does his halting delivery that drives me up the wall as he explains that he had to email Martin's dad (I know there's a time difference, but how about a phone call?) to let him know, because, as a father, RevCam would want to know if something like this were happening with his son: "I'm not happy. I'm just a dad, trying to help out another dad who's very far away," he says. Notice how he said "I'm just a dad," just like Annie said, "I'm just a mom"? Well, I'm just a recapper, and I'm getting more and more annoyed. And Martin says that he's glad RevCam isn't his dad, and that he can't wait to get the hell away from him. Well, he doesn't say "hell." Commercials.