For some reason, Zoe didn't run away during that whole musical number, and Martin walks up to her. She asks him if he wants to "you know," but Martin says no. He would like to hang out and talk, however, and they walk away holding hands. Give it up already, Zoe. He doesn't want to have sex with you and you just saw him can-canning with his baseball team. Come on.
At the station, Capt. Michaels greets Kevin. Capt. Michaels apologizes for making Kevin work extra hours on Valentine's Day, but Kevin says the holiday doesn't mean that much to him, because he's normal. Capt. Michaels is confused; didn't Kevin propose to Lucy on Valentine's Day? Okay, Capt. Michaels SERIOUSLY needs to get over his obsession with Lucy. He asks if Kevin got Lucy something for the holiday, then calls Kevin "stupid" because he didn't. Kevin points out that he "got" Lucy a baby and a house. Okay, but you didn't actually "get" Lucy a baby, did you? And as for the house, Lucy hasn't even so much as set foot in it yet, so I don't think she really likes it. Capt. Michaels admonishes Kevin for not showering Lucy with presents, saying that his marriage failed for similar reasons. If I were Kevin, I would thrilled to have discovered a way to end my crappy marriage, but he just says he'll call a florist. "Now you're thinking!" Capt. Michaels says sarcastically, giving Kevin a condescending little pat on the shoulder. Shut up, Capt. Michaels. I liked you better when you were a sergeant. Kevin whips out the yellow pages and lets his fingers do the walking. Unfortunately, all the florists they walk to are out of roses. I guess the Glenoak florists don't understand the concept of "anticipating high customer demand."
SamVid come home and start running around the kitchen island screaming "Happy Valentine's Day!" Annie enters the room and bitches about how whoever handed out cupcakes at the end of the school day wasn't the mother of twins. Not like she's the mother of twins, really; those two don't even look related, let alone like twins. Sam and Vid start telling fish stories about how many cupcakes they ate, then ask for birthday cake. As it turns out, those two are much better actors when they're given realistic material. Annie tells them to take the dog and run around outside. They do, and Lucy enters. She announces her intention to make cupcakes for Kevin as a Valentine's Day present. She wants to "bake him something." Women's liberation movement, please set your calendars back a hundred years. Annie lectures that Lucy and Kevin don't need to get each other presents, but allows Lucy to take over the kitchen, providing that she cleans up afterwards. Hey, Lucy? If you just made those cupcakes in your own kitchen in your own mansion, you wouldn't have to ask anyone's permission. Also, cupcakes? Unless she's planning to present them by having them cover strategic locations on her body, that's not a very sexy V-day present. At all.