Patrick and Audie go away for their anniversary and put Ruby in charge, because she's more responsible than Jordan and Ben.
Or is she?
The minute Patrick and Audie leave, Ruby announces she's throwing a party. It's her change to impress the kids at school, and she's going to make the most of it. Jordan and Ben stunned. And totally onboard. Well, Jordan does have to bribe Ben with chocolate, but they're with her from the word "go."
Meanwhile, Patrick and Audie are stuck in traffic and decide to pass the time by telling each other something they've never told another person. Audie brings up the first time they met on the set of a Rockits music video. Their chemistry was instant, and it was on the shoot that they shared their first!
Patrick's shocked and hurt, and it looks like their romantic getaway is on its way to becoming a major dud.
Back home, the party's a hit. In fact, the coolest girl in school gives it an 8. Ruby's thrilled -- until David shows up and tosses everybody out. Is this his way if acting like a "real" dad? Actually, he throws Ruby's friends out sohe can throw his own party.
David's guest of honor? A record producer who's interested in producing The Rockit's reunion album. Problem is, Patrick refuses to do one. So David tries to sell the idea of a solo album -- but the producer isn't buying it.
Ruby steps in with another idea -- a father-daughter album! With that, she and David perform one of Ruby's songs. The producer loves it wants to sign them up, but David says no. Seems that regaining his fame isn't worth cutting Ruby's childhood short.
Meanwhile, back in traffic, things warm up when Audie convinced Patrick he's the only man she's ever loved. They kiss, and Patrick calls an end to a reallybad idea for a game in hopes of having a really great weekend.