RevCam's at Pete's Pizza, asking Pete about whether or not he talked to Chandler about "the kid [RevCam] thought [Chandler] might be able to help." Pete says he didn't have time, so he made his niece do it. Pete calls Angela out and she comes, walking as if she only just mastered the skill. Then she opens her mouth, and it's apparent that she doesn't know a whole hell of a lot about talking either. I'm starting to wonder if Brenda Hampton just has the prop department build "guest-bots," androids whose alterable appearance guarantees that they may appear as an infinite number of guest-stars. It saves money on paying human actors in the long run.
Chandler breezes in, sees the trio, and asks "what in the name of heaven is going on?" RevCam says he "evidently" has never met Angela, except that, by every single fucking account, Chandler met her LAST NIGHT. Pete and Angela leave, and RevCam kind of apologizes for getting Chandler all confused, saying he just wanted to get Chandler to the kid's house. And asking the local pizza guy to give Chandler the message was the best way to accomplish this task? Chandler tells RevCam that his life is none of his business, and RevCam had "no right to trick [him] into getting emotionally involved with a kid just so [he] would adopt him." "So you liked him?" RevCam asks, not getting it. He says he heard about the kid and decided that Chandler would be great for him. "Why me?" Chandler asks. "Why not you?" RevCam says. Hmm. How about BECAUSE CHANDLER DOES NOT WANT TO ADOPT A CHILD, NOR HAD HE GIVEN IT ANY PREVIOUS THOUGHT. RevCam calls this a "dream adoption," by which he means "easy adoption," because the grandma will just sign her grandson over to Chandler without any government agencies getting involved or Chandler having to do anything like FIND OUT IF HE'S READY AND ABLE TO TAKE CARE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING. RevCam starts complimenting Chandler all over the place about how great he is and what a great father he would be -- on the verge of tears the whole damn time, of course -- and how Chandler wants to share his life, so why not "start with this child?" Only for a million reasons, some of which I have already stated. In all caps, because I'm so damn angry.