There's a shot of Happy sitting outside the RV with a bone in her mouth. I haven't see her go into the RV yet, so let's hope she's left behind with Martin's dad. And with Martin, who apparently pissed off Brenda something fierce and went from being the best kid in the whole wide world to a total loser deadbeat dad and the only person in town who doesn't get to travel in the RV.
Annie is bringing a toolbox (hey, remember when this show had that one progressive thing about Annie and Lucy being good with tools?), a shitty scrapbook with pictures of the original cast in it, which I thought was sweet, and I do appreciate Brenda exercising some self-control and not blurring Mary's face in the photos. Annie's third item is a bottle of champagne wrapped in a yellow bag. She nods her head in the other direction with a sly look on her face, so I'm guessing they're going off to have some family fun sex. But no, she leads him to the back of the RV, where someone has written "7th Heaven" on the bus's ass, a perfect place for it indeed. She hands RevCam the champagne, and he christens the RV. The look of pure joy on Catherine Hicks's and Stephen Collins's faces as they realize that yes, they are finally free from this fucking show is a sight to behold. As usual, Catherine Hicks' smile is so broad it might very well be in the black hole the Duff girl feared they were all driving into.
Their hug is broken up by a voice, and a black man appears out of nowhere. Wow, John Hamilton got old. No, Annie introduces him as Stanley, but apparently, RevCam and regular viewers of this show have met him before. I went back and watched those episodes, and it turns out that Stanley is a homeless alcoholic smoker ex-drug addict who eats garbage and steals people's clothes. No, really. But now he told Annie that he can fix the fence and help get the RV on the road, so she leaves him with RevCam, who has decided that Stanley is some kind of messenger from the God RevCam loves so much that he abandoned doing his work the second he recovered from his terminal illness. Stanley tells RevCam to let him travel with them, saying he can cook and clean and set up camp, Massa! Stanley promises that if RevCam does everything Stanley says, he'll be just fine. RevCam decides that makes sense to him, and that the best way to keep one's family and young children safe from harm is to invite a homeless Magical Black Man who we know for a fact steals from people and drinks cheap whiskey onto the RV with them. God, I hope he steals SamVid's Swiss Army Knife and slashes them all to pieces in their sleep. Except for RevCam, who has already died of a heart attack by this point (he was lying to his family about being healed after all) and has been stuffed in the RV's shower stall for safekeeping.