They arrive downstairs. Vic sees Chandler and is less than pleased, so he starts making fun of him. Then he gives Paris a bouquet of yellow roses, saying that yellow is supposed to mean friendship. They leave for dinner, and Chandler and Peter go out for pizza.
Ruthie leaves to go to the movies. Annie, RevCam, and Lucy, seated around the kitchen table having coffee, ignore her. Even I don't drink as much coffee as these guys do. Nor would I drink it so close to bedtime; that's just stupid. Lucy has a confession to make: she tried to call Richard. RevCam also has a confession to make: he tried to call Conehead. Annie criticizes everyone for going back on their words, then confesses that she called Matt's hospital but couldn't get any information. Lucy and RevCam decide to "combine forces" and find out what the Glasses are hiding. If by "forces" they mean "complete inability to mind their own damn business, to the extent that it interferes with their daily routines." Annie says they should just drop it, and that what they're doing is "wrong." You know something's wrong when Annie is the sanest person in this family.
Kevin comes in and asks what's for dinner. Lucy says that she is going out with her father; Kevin is free to do whatever he wants for dinner. Here's an idea, jackass -- why don't you take your able-bodied, adult self into your own kitchen and make your own dinner? Kevin realizes that Lucy and RevCam are planning on spying on Matt and says, warningly, "Lu-cy." "Ke-vin!" Lucy mimics in response. I thought married people had children, not turned into them. Lucy and RevCam run out the door.
Ruthie meets up with Matt. They link arms and proceed with their night.
Silly Asslee was trying to read again, and her lack of the collective brainpower required for such an activity has rendered her unconscious. Martin walks in through her open window and wakes her up. She asks what all the sneaking around is for; he says that where they're going, she won't be home in time for curfew. He says that the only rule is that she can't ask any questions, and "can [she] live with that?" Whatever drama was supposed to be created with that question is completely nullified by Asslee's response of a blank stare devoid of any signs of life.