Finally, RevCam gets a chance to tell Annie about the phone call he got from Zoe's parents. The CamRents are very disappointed that Martin would taint the Treehouse with sin. Annie says that Martin can just move back into the CamPound, and share a bedroom with the twins. Yeah, I'm sure Martin won't threaten to emancipate himself again if they tried that. RevCam says an easier solution would be that they pay less attention to Lucy and the baby, and more to everyone else in the house. Regardless, he wants to see if Martin or Ruthie, who he is sure knows about the sleepover, comes forward about it before he does anything. Not doing her "it's okay to abandon the children while we take care of Lucy and Kevin" case any favors, Annie says she just got a call from SamVid's poor teacher, requesting that the CamRents not let their children pack their own melty lunches and letting them know that they owe her for two school lunches. I'd love to say something about how freaking stupid the twins are, but since I had a similar kindergarten mishap when I put an open carton of milk in my lunchbox, which then spilled all over the floor during story time, I don't have too much room to talk here.
Kevin comes upstairs holding a bunch of thank-you notes to write for all the baby gifts. Annie asks if she can write any. I wonder if Miss Manners has ever addressed the rudeness of having one's mother-in-law do baby gift thank-you cards. Kevin tells her he can take care of the cards himself.
Kevin finds Lucy standing over Savannah. Apparently, Lucy has "swaddled" Savannah, which Kevin thinks makes her look like a mummy but Lucy says makes Savannah feel like she's in the womb again. Considering how much Savannah apparently hated being in the womb, this seems like a punishment to me. Lucy announces she's going to take a nap, but Kevin says he wanted to take a nap, and they can't both nap at the same time since Kevin thinks someone has to be standing over the baby at all times to make sure it's breathing. I kind of liked Kevin's behavior in this episode, actually; I imagine that if and when I have a child, I will be standing over it to make sure it's breathing too. Kevin and I must have read the same article about SIDS. Lucy tells Kevin to stop worrying so much. Kevin tells Lucy to start worrying a little more, like about all the germs she let in the house. I don't think it's very nice to call Mrs. Poole that after she gave them that nice gift. Then Kevin snaps and says that just because Lucy isn't tired since her mother is doing everything for her, leaving her "peppy" and "happy" like a "Stepford mommy," doesn't mean that he isn't tired, and he wants to take a nap. I award Kevin ten awesome points for that statement, although I'm sure I'll be taking them away pretty soon. Lucy storms off to bed. Savannah starts to cry. I like Kevin's leather jacket.