It sure is. Roxanne wants to know who the woman is and why she was alone with Chanandler in his office. She asks, "Is this what you do all day, hang out with needy women in church basements?" Well, yeah. I think that pretty accurately sums up his job. When RevBong refuses to apologize for having the gall to speak to another woman, Roxanne tells him she doesn't want to date him anymore and then storms off. Because she is a silly, scatterbrained little woman, she seems to have forgotten that she needs a ride to the CamPound. Silly, silly! That makes it particularly comical when she has to spoil her big exit by coming back in to ask RevBong for a ride.
Lucy is unbecomingly pleased to hear that Roxanne and Chandler are fighting. Obviously, she's gonna ask for details, especially when she hears that Chandler was talking to another woman in his office. It must be a little frustrating for her, though, that Kevin is so bad at describing the woman. He can't even tell her if the woman was sexy or pretty. Maybe those are concepts that don't exist where he comes from. ["Or maybe he knows better than to describe any other woman to Lucy as 'pretty' or 'sexy.' God knows I wouldn't risk going there." -- Sars] Despite her rampant stupidity, Lucy is somehow able to decipher that the woman who was in the church office was Cheryl. Shouldn't she be channeling those extrasensory powers into something more positive? Maybe she could help the police department solve crimes. That is, if she can take time away from gossiping about Cheryl to RevBong. He looks kind of disgusted, but when Lucy invites him in, he enters the CamPound anyway.
Over in the living room, the T-1000 is trying to help Roxanne with her love life. When she claims she's embarrassed about behaving all psycho around Chandler, Kevin's stellar advice is that she should pretend she has PMS. Roxanne looks appalled by this suggestion. That actually makes me like her for a few seconds -- until I find out the main reason she's looking so dismayed is because she can't believe Kevin said "PMS" around her. Has Rachel Blanchard no shame? When she says, "I hate myself right now," I think I detect a twinge of despair that has nothing to do with the character she's supposed to be playing here.
RevBong enters, asking to talk to Roxanne. Kevin turns to leave. As he passes Chanandler, he whispers, "PMS!" RevBong looks alarmed, but he pulls himself together enough to explain to Roxanne that his job involves helping people, and that if he's talking to a woman at the church, it doesn't mean he's cheating on her. It's like he's explaining something to a four-year-old. He also claims to be a "fairly monogamous guy." After he says it, he furrows up his brow. Nothing new there. I think this time, though, that Jeremy London is using it as a way of showing that Chanandler is surprised by what just came out of his mouth. If I were Jeremy London, I wouldn't bother putting any effort into acting either. It's not like he's going to be outclassed by any of the other sad excuses for thespians on this show. Roxanne gets mad at the "fairly monogamous" part, and storms off.