Back at the CamPound, Annie's life has become so empty that she's resorted to cleaning already-clean hall mirrors. RevCam, Simon, and Ruthie enter, and Simon's all hopped up on java. Annie tells her kids to put their lunchboxes back in the kitchen, even though we just saw Simon go to school with a brown paper bag. Sound effects of Ruthie chewing gum play and make me wish I were dead, or at least deaf. Annie grabs a tissue and makes Ruthie deposit her gum into it. RevCam asks Ruthie who's giving her all this gum, as if gum is a) difficult to procure, and b) illegal. Ruthie adorably refuses reveal her gum source, and leaves. Annie calls after her as RevCam shrugs helplessly, and then Lucy is unfortunate enough to enter and thus become the target of Annie's misplaced anger. "Lucy, wait!" Annie demands shrewishly as she storms over to Lucy, stands in front of her menacingly, and then tells her that she got the phone bill today and Lucy's phone usage is "completely out of control!" Strange -- I didn't think local phone calls even showed up on a phone bill, but maybe they do when the calls are to ugly boyfriends. Lucy hugs her Lisa Frank notebook to her chest as she asks Annie to define "out of control."
Annie narrows her eyes and is about to strike, but then there's a knock at the door. RevCam, who's standing right next to it with nothing better to do, opens the door to reveal three terrible guest stars. The first is a guy wearing a bright blue cowboy shirt with long scraggly sideburns who kind of looks like Terry Gilliam. The second is Peter "Monkee Who Didn't Sing Or Wear Trademark Knit Hats" Tork. The third is some big bald guy wearing a Hawaiian shirt and a gold hoop earring that is probably supposed to be pirate-esque, but is so large that it comes off more Jennifer Lopez than it does Blackbeard. RevCam hugs each of them in turn, and Sideburns accidentally gets his hand caught in the middle of RevCam and Peter's embrace, which was funny. RevCam cruelly asks Long J.Lo Silver what happened to his hair, then introduces the three losers to Annie and Lucy, making sure once again mention their awful, awful band name. Lucy remarks that she owns the shirt that Peter is wearing. I don't know who should be more embarrassed about that -- Lucy, Peter, or Sears for selling the same shirt in the Men's and Junior Misses departments. Terry says they tried to call and let RevCam know that they were coming, but the line was busy. Annie acts like this is Lucy's fault, but Lucy was just in school all day so I don't see how she could have been responsible for tying up the phone lines. Lucy slinks off as RevCam breaks the news that he's sending his friends off to an RV camp thirty miles out of town. He does this in his usual awkward stuttering style, saying that they would be happier at a place that would better suit their "RV needs," to which Peter looks all confused and mouths "RV needs?" to himself, which was kind of funny. Bald says, "Well, we were looking forward to spending time with our long lost [pause as he forgets his one line] flower, but hey -- what's thirty miles between friends?" He says this sadly, which is sufficient to guilt Annie into letting them park in the driveway. A rip-off of the bridge of Steppenwolf's "Magic Carpet Ride" plays as the band runs up to hug Annie, although only Terry is able to get around her gigantic pregnantness. Bald just goes for RevCam instead, while Peter stands around and thinks about how if this were The Monkees, they'd all be performing a catchy pop song while standing in front of a backdrop covered in rainbows right about now.