Annie removes a bunch of pink items from the washing machine as RevCam calls upstairs to the twins that Valentine's Day, despite all the CamPosturing, isn't a real holiday so they do have to go to school. He turns back to Annie, who wants to know why RevCam hasn't immediately cleaned the dishes from the breakfast he made for her. RevCam says that he has to go to work now, and drop the boys off at school, but he'll get to the dishes soon. From the glare Annie shoots him, we know that this just isn't good enough, like I guess RevCam should just get fired from the job that provides Annie with a sink to put the goddamn dishes in. Then she holds up some pink articles of clothing and lectures RevCam for putting red socks in with the whites. "My mistake!" says RevCam. Annie says that if RevCam didn't love his red socks so much, this would not have happened. RevCam says that Annie's the one who loves the red socks, which is why she always gives RevCam a pair of them for Valentine's Day. Annie argues that RevCam wore red socks before she ever met him, but RevCam says he never owned a pair until she started buying them for him. "You have always worn red socks," says Annie, with that usual psycho flourish she likes to add to her lines. God, is there anything that this so-called loving couple can NOT miscommunicate about? Finally, the twins come downstairs, saying they've got all the Valentines ready for their classmates. So if they made Valentines and stuff, certainly they knew they were going to school today? Good job preserving the continuity within the same scene there, episode writer Martha Plimpton. I can't believe I liked you in Goonies. RevCam tells Annie he's going to pick up a picnic dinner for them on his way home from "the French bakery," and they'll have some alone time that night. He and the twins leave, and Annie makes a few horrid faces as she proceeds to runs water over the dishes RevCam SAID HE WOULD TAKE CARE OF and then puts the laundry THAT HAS JUST BEEN WASHED AND THAT REVCAM ALSO SAID HE WOULD TAKE CARE OF back in the washer. "Happy Valentine's Day to me, woo-hoo," says the woman who creates her own problems.
And now we're looking at Simon making out with...ANNIE? Oh, no, it's not Annie; it's just yet another one of Simon's girlfriends who looks a disturbing amount like her. Also, this is the actress Djb knew. Pamie and I asked him if she used to talk without moving any part of her face when he knew her like she does now, but he couldn't remember. Annie McFrozenface breaks off the make-out session, saying that even though it's Valentine's Day, she doesn't want to have the sex with someone she just met. Simon agrees. The two exchange lovey-dovey crap about falling in love with each other immediately. Annie2 rasps that she wants to take a trip to Glenoak, to see the place that Simon told her about when they spent all of last night talking. Simon says he'd love to go to Glenoak, but he'd also like to avoid seeing his family. So they make plans to drive for hours and hours to Simon's boring-ass hometown. That's a stupid reason to get Simon back in Glenoak. If they were so desperate to have him in this episode, couldn't they have just said he was visiting for his brothers' birthday and brought his new girlfriend with him?