Lucy counsels Simon to figure out what he wants now and not years from now when he wakes up next to a robot with no personality. I think she's projecting a little bit here. Matt congratulates his sister on her reverendly skills, then tells her to stop twisting Simon's mind. Simon agrees: "Matt didn't say stuff like that to you before your wedding day, did he?" "I wasn't marrying Rose, I was marrying Kevin!" Lucy says, sounding furious for no reason again. She really did grow up to be her mother, didn't she? And it's not like Kevin was any prize; he was divorced and had premarital sex and stuff before he met Lucy. But we're supposed to forget about all that, I guess, and she says, "And I loved Kevin! You ALL LOVED KEVIN!" In a hilarious shot, Matt jumps back a few steps, so frightened is he by his angry sister. Rose, by contrast, is only liked by the Camdens and Simon. And if the Camdens only like you, then you deserve unhappiness. Simon says he does love Rose, but "But?" Lucy and Matt ask in unison. Oh, finally, this scene is getting somewhere. I'm actually interested in what he has to say next and -- oh. We've gone to a commercial.
On our way back into the show, the announcer once again reminds us that this is the last episode of 7th Heaven. When he says it's the last episode "EVER," he's positively giddy.
Already wearing her wedding dress, Rose is putting her wedding makeup on all by herself when we return. Wow, that sucks. Girl doesn't even have a best friend, let alone a make-up person, to do this for her? I don't mean to be rude, but she has a more than a few blemishes that could use some skilled concealer work. This sends me off on a flashback of my very own to that Very Special Episode that taught us to be tolerant of those with mild acne problems. I usually try to do the exact opposite of everything this show tells me to, so I guess that's why I'm making fun of Rose's acne now.
PC lets herself in and tells Rose she. Looks. Absolutely. Amazing. Can no one on this show deliver his or her lines in something resembling a realistic fashion? "So I look okay?" Rose asks, apparently not able to comprehend the meaning of "amazing." What is PC even doing there? Do those two know each other at all? Rose asks PC for hairstyle advice, saying her mother wants her to wear it up, but she'd rather keep it down so looks like the way it always does since it's not like this is a special occasion or anything like that, right? "Is your mom giving you a hard time on your wedding day?" PC asks. "She doesn't mean to; she just has opinions about everything," Rose says. A woman with opinions? EVIL! EVIL! PC says that her mother has opinions, too, but no one cares about this.