The twins leave, and Ruthie notices a light on in Martin's room. So she opens his door, only to find him sitting at his desk, his hands in his lap, hunched in front of his computer. "Try knocking!" he shouts. Yeah, I think it's pretty safe to assume that Ruthie walked in on him in flagrante delicto with himself. Ruthie has the nerve to get offended by Martin's understandably angry request and starts yelling back at him, but then he slams the door in her face. Which was awesome. RevCam and Annie come into the hall and ask what the problem is. Ruthie says Martin and Lucy are both cranky and she can't take the sleepless nights anymore. Annie agrees. SamVid come out and report that Ruthie's pillow trick isn't working. Damn. Suddenly, RevCam has an idea. He tells everyone to follow him. I hope it's to Lucy's room to tell her to shut the hell up.
But no, after the credits, we see that they've all gone to the Treehouse of Lurv to sleep on Kevin and Lucy's bed. This confused me at first, because I thought that Lucy and Kevin were in the Treehouse and that their fighting was so loud and obnoxious that they could hear it in the CamPound. We later learn that Kevin and Lucy are staying in one of the CamPound's many spare bedrooms to make it easier for Lucy's family to wait on her hand and foot. Perhaps this should have been established earlier. Anyway, Kevin comes upstairs and finds the family in his bed and wakes them up. Annie starts freaking out because the kids are going to be late for school and runs them all out of there. I think it's kind of weird that the whole family just slept in one bed like that. My family once tried to share a room in a motor lodge, except we all had separate beds because we aren't weirdos, and it was a disaster that we would never repeat. Kevin apologizes to RevCam for Lucy and says he feels bad that he can't make Lucy feel better. And then he pooh-poohs RevCam's words of consolation because he says that RevCam gets to sneak up to the Treehouse while he has to stay on the "front lines." I think Kevin needs to start being more appreciative of the fact that his father-in-law is letting him stay in the house at all, considering that it's ruining everyone's lives and they have obviously way past worn out their welcome.