Kevin is hovering over the baby, wearing what might be the most modest pair of boxers I've ever seen. There will be no suggestive bulges here. But we do get to see him without his shirt, which I have no objection to. When Lucy and Mrs. Poole walk in, Kevin takes off. Mrs. Poole coos over the baby and asks Lucy about her "natural childbirth." Lucy says it "wasn't that bad." Despite not having any experience with this, I very much doubt the veracity of that statement. Lucy opens her present from Mrs. Poole: it's The Glenoak Gazette's front page story about Lucy giving birth in a stuck elevator, and it's been framed. It looks very nice. Lucy graciously says she loves her present and gives Mrs. Poole a hug.
Annie answers the back door to reveal Lou. Why can't he go in the front door? That's kind of shady. Lou claims he just has to drop off some papers for RevCam, but it is soon revealed that he really just wants to see Lucy's baby. Mrs. Poole and Lucy come down at this point, and Mrs. Poole tells Lou how adorable the baby is. Lucy invites him up to see her. Mrs. Poole sidles up to Annie and says that she's glad Lucy isn't an overprotective mother who won't let anyone see her baby, like Annie was with the twins. Before Annie can clock her with the cutting board, Mrs. Poole shows herself out.
Sadly, Kevin has put a shirt on. When Lou and Lucy enter the nursery, he runs away again. Lou pronounces Savannah "beautiful, just like her mother." Someone should really tell him that the baby wasn't adopted before he says something embarrassing like that again.
Martin finds Ruthie and her massive amounts of eye shadow in the school hallway. He asks her if anyone else in the CamPound knows about his little sleepover party. Ruthie says she doesn't think so, but that could change unless Martin does Ruthie a favor. Ruthie always finds a way to make any situation into an advantage. She tells Martin he has to ask a guy out for her who Martin doesn't even know. I don't understand that; surely she'd have better luck if she herself asked this guy out, rather than have some unknown intermediary do it for her. Martin accuses Ruthie of blackmail, but before they can say anything more about it, Zoe walks past them and Martin excuses himself to talk to her.
Martin catches up to Zoe and asks her what her parents said about her sleeping at his house. I would just like to point out that the actress who plays Zoe is actually the daughter of David Cassidy, a.k.a. Keith Partridge, a.k.a. The Original Matt Camden. ["And I would like to point out that 'Zoe' is actually a name a present-day girl might have. Brenda's fifties-name generator must be in the shop." -- Sars] Anyway, Zoe says they weren't too upset about it, especially since they were under the impression that Zoe was sleeping on a CamPound couch and not in the Treehouse. Zoe says she has "something else" she wants to talk to Martin about, but he takes off before she can tell us how sleeping, fully-clothed, several feet away from someone, can get you pregnant. Even if it's your first time.