RevCam answers the back door to find Rachel Blanchard, who's looking for Kevin. Hey, she wasn't in the opening credits! I can't blame her for taking this role. After all, a girl has to eat. But maybe she didn't want her name associated too closely with this show. That's what I'll go on thinking, because it makes me feel better. As RevCam explains that Kevin is in the apartment over the garage, Ruthie and Lucy rush into the kitchen to spy on him. Lucy looks particularly stupid as she stands there staring rudely, with her mouth hanging open. Unfortunately, Rachel Blanchard takes a wrong turn, and RevCam has to help her out. Yeah, I'm sure it's really hard to find the garage.
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?