Instead, Roxanne pathetically runs to a phone and calls Chandler, who's at the church. She tells him that she needs to talk to him, to which he says that he needs some more time away from her. Then RevCam creeps up behind Chandler, realizes that there's a private conversation going on, and starts to listen in to Chandler's half of the conversation. And, probably, Roxanne's half too, thanks to the bugging devices he installed in the Glenoak Police Department's phones -- for church purposes only, of course. Chandler tells Roxanne that he needs some time "to think" about how she doesn't want to marry him when he says so, and then hangs up on her. Roxanne looks slightly put out, and then, I hope, realizes how wrong it is that she just talked about personal issues while on the clock, on a work phone line, in the middle of the workplace.
Back at the church, Chandler sighs and turns around, only to see RevCam standing there with his hand cupped around his ear, since his ear trumpet wasn't handy. "Sorry, I couldn't help but overhear [sic]," RevCam lies, before asking Chandler what's going on with him and Roxanne. Chandler says he doesn't want to talk about it -- not while his clichéd heart is breaking into a million lame pieces. RevCam curtly and insincerely expresses his sympathies, and then starts talking about himself and how busy he's going to be today. None of his tasks, it should be noted, involve church business. Eric needs to find a new school for Simon, because PaulSmith's parents want him to leave town and blah blah exposition about stuff that happened last episode. I know people have commented about this before, but holy crap, that stained-glass window in RevCam's office sure is tacky. No self-respecting stained glass window would have shades of hot pink and neon green in it, not to mention a pattern of stripes and triangles. Chandler suggests that Simon "test out" of high school and go right to college this spring or next fall. RevCam wants to know what Simon could do until then. Chandler suggests that he get a job. Puh-leeze. Only loser Camdens like Mary work to earn a living. The rest live apparently rent-free with their parents or marry rich. RevCam wants his son to have a senior year. Chandler says that he skipped his last year of high school for college, and that he's never regretted it. I'll bet his ex-classmates didn't regret his decision either. RevCam invites Chandler over for dinner so that he can talk to Simon about testing out of high school. Chandler says that his lack of a social life allows this to happen.