Eric phone-stalks his parents' house some more. "Pass the mustard," says George as he ignores the phone. Lucy walks into the CamKitchen and informs her dad that she's going to watch over Mike's mom for a while. She's nervous about hanging out with someone catatonic. RevCam advises her to treat Mrs. Mike's Mom like she would anyone else. He says that she can hear Lucy, even if she doesn't answer her.
Ruthie watches TV instead of cleaning the living room like her mom asked her to. StuporMom yells down the stairs at her several times, but doesn't come down or punish Ruthie or anything. Ruthie hears a baby noise at the door. She opens the door and finds a baby. How shocking. Happy barks. "Cool!" says Goofy. The baby is wearing clothes that aren't cheap. I wonder what wacky hijinks brought her about.
Robbie's trying to make a phone call in his room when Annie pokes her head in the door. She asks if Robbie's okay and assures him that RevCam will calm down eventually. After she goes, Robbie makes his phone call. He's checking the status of a flight from Buffalo. He knows it was delayed because he JUST CAME FROM THE AIRPORT. Da, da, DA!!! How ominous. Robbie said he was meeting a friend for coffee, not going to the airport to meet a plane from Buffalo. Oh, my stars...oh, my word...will someone please tell me what's going on? I don't want to disbelieve Robbie, because he prays so nicely. Then again, I realize that you can't really trust boys who are swarthy like him. Oh, dear. I hope there's some wacky hijinks behind all this that will make everything all right at the end of the episode. I'm going to pray for the Camdens that there is.
RevCam calls his parent's house again. Stupid George answers the phone. "Hola," he says. "George no está aquí, Mary no está aquí, el gato y el mono están debajo de la mesa." RevCam is able to translate this into "George isn't here, Mary isn't here, the cat and the monkey are under the table," even though George pronounced "monkey" like "hand." GramCam titters at George, making the mistake of encouraging his unfunny behavior.
Mike's nervous about leaving his mom alone with a new person. Lucy reassures him. He leaves, and she starts trying to charm his mother with an unfunny spiel about the rotisserie infomercial that's playing. Mrs. Mike's Mom ignores her, just like I would.
Ruthie holds a chair against her bedroom door so that Annie can't get in. She makes up an excuse about being naked. "I was cleaning in the nude and I got cold, so I came upstairs to put some clothes on," she says. I imagine the bulk of 7th Heaven's demographic hearing that and chuckling, "'Cleaning in the nude...' Heh, heh! I wonder what that cute little girl will come up with next?" Then I imagine myself saying "cleaning in the nude" on television, and the same viewers writing long letters to the local paper to complain. Annie yells through Ruthie's door a little and then leaves. "That was close," Ruthie says to the baby as the cutesy music plays. Yeah, it's always heartwarming when a kid hides a baby that's been left on a doorstep.