In her too-big pastel-green coat dress, Lucy waits for someone. Mike walks up and apologizes for the other night. Hes accepted that he cant make her love him. Jeremy wants to marry me, says Lucy. I do, says Jeremy, who has suddenly appeared like a werewolf in the night, except that hes in broad daylight and hes not as appealing as a werewolf. The two boys shake hands. Mike wishes the stupid couple well. Lucy kisses his cheek, and he takes off. The CamRents walk up and welcome Hairemy to the family. Lucys surprised. Annie makes a little speech about how they allegedly trust Lucy. RevCam wants to request that Lucy attend Kolbel, the seminary where he trained in the ways of holy nosiness. As a matter of fact, I made a call this morning, he says. If you want, Im sure they can expedite your application so you could start this fall, maybe even take a few classes this summer. Wow. Here I was, thinking RevCams web of bribery only enshrouded the local police. Lucy hugs her parents and hauls Hairemy into the church. Annie and RevCam babble about something or other.
John and Priscilla are in the hospital in Back East, dressed in their wedding finery. Come on, you two, Johns dad says. Everyones waiting. He kisses Priscillas cheek and the scene ends, leaving us to imagine the wedding that the producers couldnt afford.
Wilson drags his luggage into the CamKitchen, where Mary is standing and looking like a monkey. He asks if shes coming back to New York (Back East, he means) with him. Because he loves her, and blah, blah, blah. He doesnt want to do some long-distance thing. So whats it gonna be? Glenoak or New York [Back East]? he asks, in his eighties make-up for New Wave men. Mary says nothing throughout the scene. It ends on her goofy face, and thats the merciful end of the episode, and the season.
Next week: Gwen drives her aunt to the dollar store and then reads a cheesy teen novel to fill the void.