Brian is next, and we meet his son Logan and his possibly topless wife CC. CC tells Brian that Logan is antsy because they just got home, but she's been thinking of him and she loves him. Brian makes whistling mouth gestures at the television, and CC ends the film with a smooch toward the camera. Brian mumbles, "That was cool; that was cool," as the other members of the group look at him with slightly alarmed expressions.
Jan's three children -- Lisa, Keller, and William -- are next, and she's very weepy over them. Clearly, they bring back fond memories of Oscar/Oliver. Lisa says they're on campus and they made the video to say "hello" and let her know they miss her. Keller or William says he hopes she's doing well and he loves her. Not-Keller or Not-William doesn't get to say anything at all.
We see Clay's tape next, and when his daughter Shanda appears, he makes the standard Macaulay Culkin-in-Home Alone face and accompanying hand gestures. His helmet-haired wife Linda says she's rooting for him and she loves him. I guess his son was too busy channeling the moon to make an appearance on the tape. Helen and Jan congratulate Clay on the gorgeousness of his wife.
Peachy reveals that Helen's husband James and her daughter Kiki are on her tape, and she seems particularly excited that Kiki's there. Not nearly so excited, though, as when her cat makes an appearance, which causes Helen to squeal repeatedly and jog in place. James wishes Helen were at home because he's forgotten the recipe for Uncle Waldo's Zippy Celery Snaps. Kiki looks a little bit like Erika Christensen.
Ken's mom, who is very soft-spoken and timid, squeaks, "Kenneth. Hi. How ya doin'?" His brother and his dog also show off some tricks. Technically, the dog does the tricks, not the brother.
Penny's tape includes her fiancé, her brother-in-law, her sister-in-law, and their two precocious kids. There are also two very cute, non-precocious Boston Terriers in the video. Penny's clan gives the standard "love you, miss you" fare, and then the precocious little girls are forced to say something precocious. The Boston Terriers, sadly, don't get any close-ups. Penny wipes away tears as Peachy asks if the time away has made her realize that her relationships at home are special. He says this as if it's brain science and not a long-winded paraphrasing of "absence make the heart grow fonder." Penny is amazed by "how much in love everyone is with their loved one." Which is good. Because when people aren't in love with their "loved one[s]," things can get kind of sticky. In any case, Penny wants to be an "awesome wife," and, to that end, she has spent a lot of time talking with Helen about recipes. She's going to go home and "be this awesome cook and just love everyone as much as [she] can."