Matt leaves to meet Cheryl's friend. Robbie calls Mary. She answers in pajamas and a blanket with a cup of soup on her knee. "Just listen," Robbie tells her. "I went out with Cheryl tonight because I was upset you might be interested in somebody else. But I don't love Cheryl. I love you. I'm gonna commit my life to being a man worthy of being loved by you. Happy Valentine's Day." He hangs up on her, and Mary smiles. I guess it's a good thing she didn't want to express an opinion or anything.
On the sidewalk, Lucy tells Jeremy that she can't walk another step. It's probably because her new platforms from Frederick's aren't yet broken in. She doesn't have to walk any farther, however, because they've reached Flicks. The marquee says, "VALENTINE'S/STARRING LUCY CAMDEN." Jeremy's surprise is that his dad the musician is rehearsing at Flicks, and he said Lucy could use the stage. "To do what?" Lucy asks. "To sing," Jeremy says. Lucy smiles and says, "No way!" How bizarre. That would be a perfect gift for me, because any guy dating me would know that I like to sing. Does Lucy ever sing, though? I wonder if Beverley Mitchell has a CD deal in the works.
Robbie walks in on the CamRents and the twins at their sappy-video viewing. He tells them about his date and his phone call and says that the best things in life are worth waiting for. I don't get it. Who's he talking about? I thought he was on the phone with Mary he runs upstairs. Annie cries as we're forced to see, on the TV prop, the actress playing her mother sing, "When I fall in love, it will be forever," to the twins.
Then we see Lucy singing the same song to Jeremy in front of a jazz band on the stage in Flicks. Her voice isn't bad for a teenager's, but it's nothing to rent Flicks for, either. As she sings, we see the CamRents kiss up in their bedroom. Then we see John and Priscilla kiss before retiring to separate futons. Then Simon and Deena hug. Then Matt is smiling and looking into the distance on a park bench. The camera pulls back and we see what looks like a forty-year-old drag queen sitting next to him. The two of them look uncomfortable. Meanwhile, Robbie lies on the Hello Kitty pillows in the dark with his cheekbones gleaming. Ruthie shakes Burt's hand and then kisses his horse on the nose. Lucy sings to the empty theater, or maybe to me, while Jeremy sits by his father at the keyboard behind Lucy and whispers, "She's the one." Dude -- that's a pretty creepy way to end Valentine's Day.