When RevCam hangs up on Vincent, Ruthie runs over, asking if Vincent wanted to speak to her. Seeing as RevCam never actually offered the phone to Ruthie, I'd say no. RevCam says that Vincent is coming over to talk to him. Ruthie says Vincent must be asking for RevCam's permission to ask Ruthie out, because fourteen-year-old boys are just that chivalrous. Maybe Vincent watches Masterpiece Theatre too. RevCam says he doesn't know if he'll let Ruthie date anyone yet. He will, apparently, let them go on vacations with her and have sleepover parties, however. Oh, that's right: I'm supposed to pretend that Peter never existed. It's so hard to get those thrilling Paris storylines out of my head.
RevCam answers the door. It's Zoe, and she's looking for Martin. RevCam says he isn't back from baseball practice yet. Zoe asks if she can wait for Martin in his apartment. "You can wait in the living room, if you like," RevCam tells her. "Okay, I'll wait in the living room," Zoe answers. I wonder if it would take me more or less time to write my recaps if, instead of writing new material, I just repeated everything I said over and over again. Something I am wondering about is if time would be saved writing my recaps with the same phrase, repeated in similar words, over and over again. Query: would my television show summaries be done in a shorter amount of time if I said something, and then spit it back over and over again, but with slightly different wording?
Zoe sluts on over to the living room. RevCam tries to close the front door behind her, but two horrible women force their way inside with presents and demands to see the baby. One of them is from last week's episode -- the shower guest who wasn't Aunt Julie, or elderly, or twelve, or looked like Joy Behar. That woman. Anyway, she just can't get enough baby-gift-giving. RevCam lets the women inside and says he'll just go see if it's a good time for them to visit the baby.