RevCam stops by the twins' room and invites them out for lunch, and a perceptive Vid asks him what's wrong. RevCam says nothing will be wrong once he gets his children together for Thanksgiving. Oh, but it turns out that SamVid have Thanksgiving plans as well -- they've been invited to dinner at Lucy's! RevCam makes a hasty retreat.
In the backyard, RevCam finds Kevin wandering around, grousing about how Lucy has been torturing him all day, and has now sent him on a mission to find acorns that will be used as Thanksgiving napkin holders. Looks like we're gearing up for The Battle of the Lamest Thanksgiving Decorations! Kevin says that Lucy is making menus for the day and generally copying her mother, and he just wants to spend the day eating and watching football, "the way God intended." Kevin continues that he'll do whatever Lucy wants since she's pregnant, even though he doesn't know what an acorn looks like, which is just bizarre since I'm pretty sure they have them in Buffalo, where Kevin grew up, don't they? Kevin is still talking, but RevCam has had enough, so he rudely walks away when Kevin is in mid-sentence.
RevCam finds Lucy in the Treehouse of Lurv, where she is bent over a number of books, no doubt studying hard for her upcoming finals. Oh, no, wait, she's just planning her Thanksgiving menu, which will feature chestnut stuffing, succotash, and something called "apple pandowdy." I don't know what that is, so I certainly don't know how to spell it, and I've already used up my recap research time allotment trying to figure out if they even celebrate Thanksgiving in Puerto Rico so I guess I'll never know. ["In case anyone cares." -- Sars] RevCam is as clueless about this last dish as I am, so Lucy explains that it was popular in the nineteenth century and that "Martha has dowdy-ed up by cutting the dough into pieces instead of leaving it whole." Geez, Lucy, give her a break. She's in JAIL. In WEST VIRGINIA. Things have to be a little dowdy there. And at least she has an excuse for it, while you have none for the satin-y vest you've chosen to wear. Lucy explains that she is doing Thanksgiving the Martha Way by using all her recipes and craft ideas. Lucy says she can't wait to put her "stamp" on it and "claim it as [her] own," even though she just said she was ripping off Martha Stewart, so it really has Martha's stamp on it, even if you do leave the pandowdy dough whole.