It's an adventurous V-Day for all. As Bob tries giving Linda a nice surprise, Gene develops a kiddie crush on a substitute lunch lady, Tina fights diarrhea and Louise fears Rudy wants her to be his Valentine.
- Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Louise won't admit it, but she likes Rudy enough to kiss him, even if only because the girl Rudy really loves won't give him one.
- Berserk Button: When Louise finds out Chloe is using sweet Rudy to get good grades, she flips out.
- Big Beautiful Woman: Gene is infatuated with Isabella, the plump Italian substitute lunch lady, especially when he tries her dark chocolate.
- Big Damn Kiss: Louise gives Rudy a whopper of one. Followed by a slap and a threat if he tells anyone.
- Dance Off: Bob and Teddy take a hip-hop dance class and get challenged to a dance-off by the teacher's son. As the dance battle begins, the son hurts himself, so Bob and Teddy win by default before they even make a move.
- Growling Gut: Tina suffers a rumbling stomach throughout the episode due to a base case of diarrhea.
- I Can't Dance: Bob's Valentines Day gift to Linda was supposed to be that he took dance lessons for her. Unfortunately, the only dance class available is for hip-hop. Nevertheless, his dance routine at the end touches Linda, if only because he made the effort.
- Imagine Spot: After trying dark chocolate, Gene fantasizes about marrying Isabella and opening a dark chocolate factory, which is having its "Grand Re-Re-Opening."
- Kiss-Kiss-Slap: Pretty much literally: Louise slaps Rudy's face immediately after kissing him. He's so wowed by the kiss that the slap only elicits a quiet "Ow."
- Love Letter Lunacy: Louise thinks Regular-Sized Rudy is going to give her a valentine, which she dislikes. She is somewhat relieved that it's for Chloe, but when she finds out that Chloe was just using Rudy, she becomes defensive about him.
- Potty Emergency: Tina spends most of the episode stuck on the toilet, after a victory in chili-eating comes back to haunt her.
- Shout-Out: The episode is a nod to Love Actually, from the title to the format of multiple plot lines happening in parallel.
- Suspiciously Specific Denial: Ms. La Bonz is seen carrying off several toilet paper rolls, and later some coffee filters, all of which she brought from home and not the other way around.