Annie notices a spring in RevCam's step as he enters the kitchen. She demands to know what he's so happy about, not seeing the rather obvious correlation between RevCam's happiness and the fact that he's about to go to work, therefore guaranteeing himself eight hours away from his wife. RevCam says he doesn't want to say anything for fear of "jinxing" his latest special project. RevCam says God works in mysterious ways, like having no problems letting his workers believe in superstitions like jinxes.
As the door closes behind RevCam, SamVid enter the scene, packed up and ready for school. Annie tries to win their love by packing their favorite sandwiches in their lunches. But the twins are sad today about things that not even peanut butter and banana sandwiches can make better: they don't want Martin to move out. SamVid say that someone in their family is always moving out of their house, and they wonder if it's because no one likes them. Being that self-centered is okay when you're six, so I won't say anything about that. Plus, they're probably right. Annie slowly explains that the CamSibs like SamVid just fine, but as you grow older, you start to need your own space. One day, SamVid, too, will want to leave the CamPound. "No, we're gonna live with you and Daddy forever," says Vid, "just like Lucy." Ahahahaha! Even the twins make fun of crappy Lucy.
Upon hearing her name, Lucy sprints down the stairs and into the kitchen, asking what the twins are saying about her. They answer her truthfully. Lucy says that she will not be living in the CamPound for much longer, as she and Kevin are moving. "REALLY?" asks Annie, her voice filled with joy and gratitude. She's hilariously happy that her horrible middle daughter is finally leaving the CamNest, and talks on and on about how great it is and how happy RevCam will be until Lucy's face falls as she realizes that no one in the family likes her at all. Annie actually notices someone else's feelings for once, and tries to cover by saying she's happy not that Lucy is leaving the house, but that Lucy and Kevin will finally have their own place. Placated, Lucy smiles liplessly. As SamVid trudge out the door because they'd rather be in school than listen to this, Lucy asks Annie if she can baby-sit Savannah while Lucy goes to "work." Completely going back on last week's protests, Annie says she'd be happy to do it when she gets back from dropping SamVid off at school. While Lucy's waiting for her return, Annie suggests she call the "real-i-tor." "Back off," says Lucy. Well, Lucy, if you insist on living up Annie's ass all the time, that's going to be kind of difficult, isn't it? From outside, we hear the twins honk the car horn, probably by accident as they attempt to find a position that will allow one twin to move the steering wheel while the other applies the gas and brakes. They've never come this close to escaping before!