Annie butters toast while Lucy shouts demands at her through a baby monitor. Among those demands are that Annie brush Lucy's hair, and I don't see how Lucy isn't able to at least do that herself. RevCam expresses annoyance at the baby monitor trick, because he now has to listen to a demanding Lucy in stereo, but Annie says she feels sorry for Lucy and the bed rest must be unbearable for her. The baby monitor crackles to life once more as Lucy asks where her breakfast is. Annie tells her to sit tight. "What else am I supposed to do?" says Lucy. "She's so grateful," RevCam says. But it's not like he taught his children any different, is it?
Ruthie comes downstairs and asks for a ride to school. RevCam says he can't do it. The two turn to watch Annie whiz through the room with the blue shirt Lucy requested firmly in hand. "She's going to kill us all," Ruthie says about Lucy, as if Lucy was the one who tried to suffocate the twins last night. RevCam asks Ruthie why she isn't getting ride to school with Martin. Ruthie says Martin is in a bad mood and she'd rather take the bus. And she does.
Martin enters the kitchen and asks where Ruthie is. Annie runs back in, only to be summoned by Lucy, who wants her Oprah magazine, because Lucy is the kind of person who reads Oprah magazine. She used to enjoy Rosie too, but when she found out that Rosie was gay she had to cancel her subscription. RevCam tells Martin that Ruthie took the bus, and asks Martin if anything's going on with him. Martin says he's just tired, and leaves.
Annie runs back downstairs, only to be yelled at through the baby monitor that she gave Lucy the wrong Oprah. Annie turns around and runs back upstairs. RevCam just watches her go. Apparently, men aren't allowed to take care of pregnant women. SamVid come downstairs and report that they have accidentally put on each other's clothes, but they're too tired to change. But how many pairs of underwear are they wearing? SamVid say they are also "too tired" to go to school. I know the feeling, kids.
Annie runs downstairs and says that Lucy wants to talk to RevCam. RevCam tells her to say he's not home. "BUT DADDY, THAT'S A LIE!" Sam says, delivering his clearest line ever, much to RevCam's chagrin. "I know you're there, Dad," Lucy squawks from the monitor, "I won't be ignored." She then threatens to chase him down. RevCam stares at the monitor, his face filled with sadness. He calls to Lucy that he'll be right up. He and Annie exchange "our daughter sucks so bad" shrugs as he passes.