Panel 1: We start out at a restaurant with RevElly and four other women. She raises her glass and says "To us."
Panel 2: They not only toast themselves, they toast their momentary conversion into white silhouettes.
Panel 3: As the server brings them their meals, they talk.
Panel 4: Then they talk some more.
Panel 5: For some reason, RevElly checks her watch and says "Whoa!"
Panel 6: She says that due to the late hour, she has to go. One of her friends says she must also leave.
Panel 7: As the server brings them the check, a third woman points out they've been away from the kids so long, they'll have to pay big time.
Panel 8: The young lady says "Baby-sitters?" RevElly says "Nope."
Panel 9: She responds "Husbands." She and the other women laugh uproariously because they too have asshole prick husbands who begrudge them a social life.
Summary: This strip serves two purposes. First, it retcons RevElly's social life so that she has one. Second, it makes Rod look like a domineering pinhead who resented every second she had that wasn't devoted to servicing his petty whims.