RevCam is managing to get his reverend robes on without veering off into another flashback involving his children making out with each other. His moment of solitude is interrupted by that gross Umberto guy, who mistook RevCam for Simon from behind because Umberto is a total moron. RevCam invites him in for a chat, saying he knows that Umberto is still in love with Rose, so he's sure this wedding will be difficult for him to watch. He asks Umberto if he's looking for Simon to talk him out of marrying Rose. Umberto says he was going to, but if RevCam thinks he shouldn't, then he won't. Or maybe he will. Meanwhile, RevCam is seated in front of that ugly-ass fake stained glass window of his, and I am so glad we got to see that one more time before this series ended. Is it too much to hope for a glimpse of the Lame Clear Phone as well? Umberto says that he loves Rose and wants to marry her and always has except for that one time when they were actually engaged and then he dumped her so he could be with other girls. But now she's going to marry someone else, so he wants her back. What an asshole. RevCam tells him that who Rose gets married to is still anyone's guess, and Umberto says that he wants Rose and loves her and thinks she feels that way about him.
RevCam tells Umberto about how all Camden men's wedding rings are engraved with "you bring out the best in me." Umberto nods solemnly as if this were important or at all interesting, and RevCam continues that he doesn't think Rose and Simon bring out that best in each other. Umberto says that he brings out the best in Rose, as he got her to be nice to Annie and stuff like that. Without Umberto, Rose is a total bitch. What a prize she must be to her two potential husbands. RevCam realizes that he's being a shitty father to his son, not to mention a terrible minister and wedding officiant, and decides not to say anything else. But Umberto begs him to tell him to try to stop the wedding, like, make up your own mind, Umberto. I mean, can't SOMEONE on this show just make up his own fucking mind? Do we really have to spend an entire hour watching people try to decide something? RevCam looks troubled as we go to commercial. Maybe Stephen Collins thinking about all those crappy TV movies he'll be starring in once this show is finally over.
Back from break, Umberto has managed to pry himself off RevCam's bench and leave the office. Annie comes in as RevCam's staring at a picture of his son that he probably got from Heather, keeper of the Camden memorabilia. Annie says everyone is ready for the wedding. Everyone except RevCam, who wants to talk to Simon. Annie tells him that it's too late and he'll have to let whatever happens, happen. But RevCam still needs a few minutes with which to fantasize about how the wedding could go: