As soon as Kevin leaves, Lucy is out of the bed and putting on some shoes. Matt silently observes this from the hallway, which he can do now that he is apparently taking his med school classes online. At the local library, since the Camdens claim to not have the internet, even though Martin regularly sends emails to his dad from his bedroom. Lucy finally sees Matt and is overjoyed to gain a new sounding board for her complaints about not having a baby shower and needing to shop for baby stuff. Matt says he'd be happy to take Lucy out as long as she has "permission" from her doctor to go. How condescending. Delivering her line in the stop-and-stop method usually preferred by Mackenzie Rosman, Lucy eventually says that she does have permission. Surprisingly, Matt does not ask to see a permission slip before he agrees to take her. Lucy embraces him, causing their heads make contact. A wave of oil gushes forth that flows out of the CamPound and down into a nearby sewer system, where it flows out to pollute the sea and a thousand baby seals die. Next time, Matt and Lucy, try using some Prell.
Matt and Lucy make their way downstairs. Beverley Mitchell appears to have mistaken the "pregnancy waddle" for the "blind person going over treacherous ground amble" as she places her hands on Matt's shoulders and follows him down. As soon as the two leave the house, we see SamVid spying on them from behind some curtains like the good little Camdens they are. I don't know why they bothered to pull the curtains back, since I'm sure all curtains in the CamPound are made of a special material that allows one to see through them on one side, but not be seen by their prey on the other. You can't get curtains like these at the store, however; RevCam created their special weave in his basement laboratory.
SamVid make their way to the kitchen, where Annie and Kevin are hanging out, and report that Matt and Lucy are gone. "OOOH!" Annie moans in what I believe is supposed to be delight; "nice work, errgghhh ha haaa!" All four exchange high-fives, although SamVid, being slow, pretty much miss every attempt. But it's still funny to see how happy everyone is now that Lucy and Matt are out of the house. I imagine I will have a similar reaction when this show is finally cancelled. "Errgghhh, ha haaa!" I'll say, throwing up a hand in Sars's direction, which she will then, of course, totally miss contact with, having no less than four celebratory half-beers precariously balanced in her hands.