Meanwhile, SamVid are in their room opening all of the baby's presents. As what usually happens when they're left unattended, they have made a huge mess. Annie walks in and asks them what they're doing. They claim they were "helping" Kevin and Lucy, much like they "helped" whichever school custodian got stuck cleaning up their ice cream sandwich puddles. Annie says that this is bad because now Kevin and Lucy won't know who to write thank-you notes to. SamVid say that they actually put the cards with the gift and wrote their own thank you notes. I guess the concept of not writing someone else's thank-you notes for them isn't part of that moral compass. SamVid say they want Lucy and Kevin and Savannah to live with them "forever." Happy barks in protest. "Me too," says Annie.
Martin and Ruthie are fighting on their way down the stairs over who gets to talk to RevCam first. There is a knock at the door, and Martin decides to lift Ruthie up and carry her over his shoulder. Because Mackenzie Rosman is that good of an actor, she makes no sounds of protest or any attempts to escape, like you would actually do if you were picked up against your will. Maybe it's because she's in too much pain from the high heels the costume department is making her wear. I don't know ANY people her age who wore freaking HIGH HEELS with their everyday wardrobe. Martin and Ruthie's ass greet the couple at the door. Martin drops Ruthie so that he's carrying her across his chest and says that if they're there to see Savannah, she's sleeping. The couple introduce themselves as Vincent's parents and thank the Camdens for very cleverly getting Vincent to the CamPound by bribing him with a girlfriend. "Put me down!" Ruthie says to Martin. He does. I still don't understand why he was carrying her in the first place. The parents walk in and pronounce Ruthie "adorable." Just then, Vincent and RevCam emerge from the RevOffice. Ruthie demands to talk to RevCam. Martin demands to talk to RevCam. Vincent demands that his parents talk to RevCam.
Kevin glares at a sleeping Lucy. Uncomfortable from the hot sensation of Kevin's eyebeams burning holes in her face, she wakes up. Kevin apologizes to Lucy for all the totally accurate things he said earlier, blaming it on being "jealous" that Lucy is better with the baby than he is. Lucy forgives him, but admits that a lot of what he said was true. She has been showing off with the baby and not giving Kevin a chance to be a father. So she's sorry too, and they both forgive each other and share a steamy kiss on the lips. Then the baby cries, and Kevin says he'll take care of her. But the new, unselfish Lucy tells him to let the baby cry because she has something she wants to say to him first: she thinks it's great living at the CamPound. Kevin admits that her parents have been a big help. Lucy says she won't be "ready" to leave the CamPound for a few months. Kevin says he can wait, but reminds her that "months have a way of turning into years." Lucy promises they won't. I don't see why anyone would believe her. I also don't see how, if you're mature enough to get married and have a child, you aren't "ready" to move out of your brother's old bedroom.