Meanwhile, Kevin wants the horrible Duff girl to ask her doctor boyfriend to ask RevCam's doctor if he's dying or not. The horrible Duff girl is worried that she'll put her relationship with her new fiancé in jeopardy by doing this, but Kevin doesn't really care. Just to be even more of an asshole, he says he doesn't "get" why a man would want to be a gynecologist and would prefer it if Lucy saw a female. First of all, isn't your brother-in-law a male gynecologist? And second, Kevin had better not drag some innocent woman gynecologist onto the RV with the rest of them. Lucy walks in to make sure that the horrible Duff girl will do her bidding. The horrible Duff girl again says that it's a lot for them to ask of her, and they again don't care. Kevin says that he knows someone else who might know something about RevCam's heart, but he won't say anything more about it when asked. Which is fine with me, because I don't care. He leaves. Lucy reminds the horrible Duff girl about the stupid "three items" rule (a cell phone and charger count as one item!) that is freaking dominating this episode, then graciously thanks her for putting her engagement in jeopardy because Lucy doesn't trust her own father to tell her whether or not he's dying. What family values! The horrible Duff girl weighs in on the RV trip: "It's almost like we got sucked into some black hole." Preach it, horrible Duff girl! Keep talking sense like that and I might drop the "horrible" from your name. Horrible Duff girl adds that it feels like they've been "called" by some strange force to go on this road trip, "whether it really makes any sense or not." The answer is "not," and the only reason why you were called for this journey is that Barry Watson, Jessica Biel, and David Gallagher wisely refused to answer their phones. Instead of getting the hint that the horrible Duff girl does not want to go on this trip at all, Lucy just says she can use that speech in a sermon somewhere, as it's true Camden style to throw some boring nonsensical speech into a sermon and then make your eyes glisten with tears while you deliver it.
RevCam comes to say good-night to Ruthie, who is packing away. He says he'll see her in the morning. "Not if I see you first!" she says. Hopefully, she means that she'll see him when she's hovering over his sleeping form with a butcher knife. RevCam gets a little too personal with his daughter, asking if she's really in love with T-Bag. She says she is. "He's a good guy, that T-Bone," RevCam says. Dude. His name is T-Bone. I still can't believe that. With bedroom eyes, Ruthie says that girls who have good relationships with their fathers choose good guys as husbands. Ruthie, don't...don't look for similarities between your boyfriend and your dad. Even if those similarities are there, don't bring them up. Your father and your boyfriend serve very different purposes, and never the twain shall meet, okay? RevCam pretends to be upset that Ruthie is already thinking in terms of marriage at such a young age, saying he thought she'd be the one child who waited until she was the old-ass age of thirty before getting married. Ruthie takes this to mean that RevCam knows a secret of Simon's, most likely that he went and got married to some random girl we'll never meet because college guys are always on the verge of getting married to girls. Or maybe Simon's planning on coming out when his family meets him. It would be just like this show to get cancelled right before it finally addressed the issue of homosexuality. "Ah, God, Ruthie, I love you," RevCam says, with more passion that he's ever had for Annie. She says she loves him, too, and finally that awkward scene can end.