Lucy storms into the CamBoudoir, whining that she can't make it through the weekend without her phone as Annie walks out of the closet holding her very own Gold Dust Woman robe. Except, unlike Stevie Nicks's cool yet slightly ridiculous one, Annie's is faux leopard print and, of course, hideously ugly. Lucy tells her mom that she's been punished enough, and, surprisingly, her mother agrees. Annie announces that with the twins on the way, she and her husband have decided that it's time to get a second phone line. Again, I don't understand how one thing leads to the other. It's not like newborn babies are going to use the phone. Lucy doesn't question the logic, however, choosing instead to cheer and imagine what life has in store for her now that she can talk to Jordan without fear of punishment or her dad's lame friends showing up unannounced. She asks Annie what the new phone number is, to which Annie turns back into her usual abusive self and teasingly says that she and RevCam are "never going to tell [her]." Okay, but if that's the case, then why even have the second phone line? So Annie can call RevCam in his RevLair from another room in the house? Just get an intercom system.
RevCam knocks on the door to The RV of Lame, then barges in without waiting for an answer. Sideburns hurriedly puts out a cigarette he was smoking, but it's too late! RevCam spots it and is upset because he came over to apologize to them for being such a rude ass, but now he sees that he was right about them, because they're smoking...cigarettes? Peter Tork says that they've tried to quit, but it's "soooo addictive." I rapidly spring off the couch in order to avoid being bludgeoned by three falling theme anvils. Whew, that was a close one! RevCam feels like a total ass now, as he should, because he misjudged his friends. Peter tells him not to apologize, as "a lot of people think we do drugs." Wait, were we supposed to care about whether or not they were ding drugs this whole time? I forgot. Bald says that "the only thing we really get high on is making music." "YEAH!" Peter Tork shouts while punching the air like a loser. RevCam reiterates that he came to the RV to apologize, but Peter Tork says that RevCam doesn't have to apologize for not hanging out with them. "We're comfortable with rejection," Sideburns says, "on many levels." I'm sure what that means, but it sounds pretty sad. RevCam says that he had a vision of what their rock and roll lifestyle was, and Bald says that it's okay that RevCam is disappointed with them, because they've "disappointed a lot of people." In the end, both RevCam and his ex-band decide that they are happy with their respective lifestyles, and then they invite him to play with them at the concert. I guess he'd better get some practicing time in.