Simon and Nigel run into SuperMom in the CamKitchen. She says she was worried about them, but Simon guiltily says they were "playing" and walks off with Nigel. A junior high kid who says he was out "playing" would probably set off my bullshit meter, just like it does for Annie. Luckily RevCam comes in to save the day. When Annie tells him that something's "not right," he offers to go snooping. He stops short of salivating at the prospect.
Upstairs, Simon and Nigel, who are obviously two of the stupidest kids ever to walk the planet, are sitting in Simon's room, with the door wide open, tossing the pack of cigarettes back and forth and bragging about buying them. There's no way they could miss RevCam skulking by the door, especially because Eric makes only a half-assed effort to hide himself. The boys start doing one of those complicated secret handshake deals, and RevCam sighs heavily. His special secret closed-captioning message to me tells me he's congratulating himself for his ultra-suave CIA-worthy spying technique, but his facial expression just tells me he's little scary when he's concerned about his kids.
After the welcome commercial break, the camera pans up past Lucy's too-tight pants so we get a really good look at her ass while she closes the door to her bedroom. She leafs through Mary's personal phone book to find Robbie's number. I'm a little disappointed that there are only two crudely drawn hearts by his name. Underneath Robbie's name, Mary has written, "Rick." Hey, I know that whenever I'm dating someone, I like to put the names of his siblings right under his in my phone book. I find it just adds that little "why the hell would you do that?" touch. Lucy dials the number and -- omigawd, it's him! It's really him! Laaaaaance! Rick picks up the phone. Lucy introduces herself and says, "I was wondering how you felt about being set up with me. Because we don't have to do this if you don't want to." In all seriousness, I really do admire her straightforward approach. Rick explains that he has a girlfriend and that he'd told her he and Lucy would be going out on a "platonic date." I have to admire Lucy again when she's compliments his honesty and says, "It's great that it's just a platonic date. I mean, it certainly takes the pressure off." I don't want to waste too much energy liking Lucy, though, because I'm sure she'll do something soon to piss me off. The word "platonic" is thrown around a few more times for ironic foreshadowing purposes, and then both parties hang up, Lucy sighing with relief.
The CamRents are setting the kitchen table for dinner, and SuperMom is saying, "I wish you had just busted them when you saw them with the cigarettes." RevCam claims things are more "interesting" this way. He launches into a dull reminiscence about the first time they used this plot line and claims that if they stop Simon and Nigel from smoking now, the boys will only want to try it later: "They want to try it. I can see it in their faces." He pulls Ruthie's science experiment out of the fridge, but Ruthie runs in and tells him not to touch it. Simon and Nigel bring the twins in and ask why they are all having dinner in the kitchen. Annie claims it's because Mary and Lucy won't be there for dinner, and RevCam adds, "Besides, it's so much more intimate. It'll give us a chance to talk." That adorable moppet Ruthie asks, "Okay, who's in trouble?" Simon and Nigel looks guiltily at each other, but Ruthie asks them to stop doing that because they're "giving [her] the creeps." Ruthie? Ruthie? Ah, never mind, that's too easy.