Back from school, Lucy and Mary enter their room as the phone rings. Lucy runs to answer it. It's one of her stupid, faceless, nameless friends. Lucy discusses her boyfriend choices. Mary tells her she's not supposed to be on the phone, but is ignored. Lucy keeps talking. Mary tells her she's on phone restriction. Lucy says that Annie and Eric aren't home. Mary looks irritated and says she can't believe Rod thinks she's mature. Lucy gets all excited about this revelation and tells her friend. Lucy then informs us, I mean Mary, that her friend is looking up "mi chica changa cabeza" in the Spanish/English dictionary she fortunately has right next to her phone. Mary sarcastically says she can hardly wait to hear what it means. I know, Mary, me neither! This is going to be great! Turns out that it means "my little monkey head." Lucy is disgusted. Mary laughs. I would like to point out that "mi chica changa cabeza" actually means "my girl monkey head." "My little monkey head" would be "mi changa cabezita" or "mi cabeza changa pequeno" or something like that. I am officially smarter than the writers of this show.
Annie and Eric enter the counseling session. Katie and Michael are fighting about leaving his mom's house. Patty wants to know why Robert won't let her tell her own mother that she's pregnant. Robert needs more time. What a loser. Patty's upset because Robert is ruining the happiest time of her life. Then she excuses herself to throw up. Pregnant women are SO FUNNY! Endless laughs abound with irrational, contrary, silly pregnant women! It's Bonnie and Ugly's turn to fight, so Bonnie says he should go help Patty throw up so she can see what she's paying for. Oh, but isn't it someone else's job to help sick people throw up, like the under-appreciated nurses? RevCam orders a time out while Annie glares at everyone. Patty comes back into the room. She doesn't feel like throwing up anymore. I do. RevCam decides that it would a really good idea to have a disagreement with Annie to show the couples how to fight productively. Annie doesn't think that's a good idea and makes a face.