Lucy starts interrogating RevCam about this woman, but he has no answers. Not even RevCam's assurance that Kevin will introduce her can stop Lucy from whining about how Kevin shouldn't be entertaining women in the garage apartment her mother built. Okay, first of all, Lucy, shut up. And secondly, have you seen the Garage Treehouse? It's a slum. At least it was when your sainted mother banished you and your siblings there last season. I hardly think Pea-Brained Moron is lucky to be living there. RevCam tries again to make Lucy ease up on Kevin. He says, "Why don't you give the guy a break and let him know he didn't move here for nothing. I think he'd ask you to marry him if he thought you'd do it." I can't understand why Lucy's still mad. Surely the possibility of a marriage proposal should make her ecstatic. Shouldn't it?
Annie rushes in and demands to know what's going on. Has the stalking and spying mentality got so bad that nobody even bothers trying to be subtle about it anymore? Lucy transparently bad-mouths Kevin's guest's appearance for a while, seemingly oblivious to the irony that she's doing so while coiffed in The World's Most Revolting Hairstyle. Annie explains that Kevin's visitor is his new partner. It should come as no great surprise that Lucy is not at all mollified by that.
After she leaves, Annie tries to seduce RevCam. The look of stark terror on his face at the prospect of sleeping with her is priceless. He tries a couple of excuses to get out of it, to no avail.
On her way to the Garage Treehouse, Lucy walks past Simon and Cecilia, who are sitting in Mary's car, in the garage, making out. It's a good thing the car isn't running. With the windows and garage door closed, that could be dangerous, and we certainly don't want anything to happen to Simon or Cecilia, do we? Especially Cecilia. With her annoying baby voice, she asks Lucy, "Do you know there's a really hot blonde chick up in Kevin's apartment?" Hey, Ashlee Simpson, do you know that you should have chosen your first acting role more wisely? Because I don't exactly think this crappy role Brenda's written for you will be a springboard to success.
Lucy walks up the stairs to see Pea-Brained Moron Kevin and his new partner practicing some sort of self-defense moves. Even though it could be remotely possible to misconstrue what's going on, Lucy would have to be an utter imbecile to do so. Since it's Lucy we're talking about, of course she storms off in a huff.