Simon arrives home and picks up his phone. SamVid answer. Simon wishes them happy birthday, but does not mention that he was just in town and made a point of not seeing them. They thank him for "the card" he sent them -- like, I hope that card had a gift certificate to someplace awesome in it, Simon, or else your birthday present sucks -- and ask him what he's doing. "Nothing. Absolutely nothing," he says, "thanks to our crazy bitch mother."
Back from commercial, Simon is taking a nap on his super-sexy twin bed. A knock on the door wakes him up. It's Annie2! She enters without being invited in and says, having forgiven Simon off-camera in a heart-wrenching scene we didn't see, "So, where were we?" "I think we were falling in love," he answers. "I'm gonna get laid tonight," he thinks.
Zoe asks Martin how many "serious" girlfriends he's had. Just one, and Martin doesn't think he's ready for another. Zoe asks him about "casual" girlfriends, and Martin says if she's talking about "casual sex," then he's not interested. Uh, she wasn't asking about casual sex, Martin, but thanks for playing. Zoe asks if Martin is playing hard-to-get. Apparently, A Clue is, because she then kisses Martin.
Because Lucy is a big stupid liar, she has left Annie's kitchen even more of a mess than it was before. Ruthie answers the phone. It's Vincent, and he wants to come over. Ruthie says she's too embarrassed about being jealous earlier to be able to face him. Vincent says he has a present for her, and he's actually at the back door right now! He says he'll only stay for "a minute." Ruthie hangs up and answers the door. Vincent gives her some red roses he picked from his mother's bushes. Well, at least that woman has a proficiency at raising something. Vincent and Ruthie kiss, and he leaves.
Kevin storms into the kitchen and offers Ruthie a hundred-dollar bill that he just happens to have floating around in his pocket for the roses. She gives them up immediately, which I found really callous of her. If a guy I liked gave me flowers, I wouldn't give them away for a hundred dollars. Ruthie kisses her crisp hundred dollar bill with more enthusiasm than she's ever kissed Vincent.
Kevin enters the bedroom and apologizes for missing dinner. Lucy says she "just put Savannah down," which always sounds to me like she just humanely euthanized her own child. And it would be humane. Lucy hands Kevin a plate full of cupcakes and he gives her the roses. They kiss on the lips, because this is a special occasion. Then Lucy orders Kevin to clean the kitchen for her.