At the hospital, John tracks down Dopey and demands to know if he will be bringing Cheryl to the wedding. This, of course, leads to him harassing Dopey over not breaking the Cheryl news to his family. John plays armchair psychologist for a bit until he comes up with the theory that Dopey is afraid the Camdens won't approve of Cheryl. He and John leave. We see that, in classic sitcom style, Cheryl has been lurking around the corner, listening to the guys' conversation. Personally, I think the rest of the CamFam would approve of her eavesdropping technique, but she probably doesn't know that. She is sad, and I don't blame her, since that was a pretty cold-blooded remark she overheard. On the other hand, no one with even a semblance of sense would date Dopey, so that's really the reason she gets my sympathy.
Deena opens her front door to Simon. She's actually looking good, for a change. Her hair is styled and highlighted, her make-up is no longer applied with a trowel, and it looks like she's stopped buying her clothes at The Clown Shoppe. Despite all that, her boyfriend has dumped her. Simon seems to think this is his chance to shine, so he invites her out -- allegedly as a friend -- to cheer her up. Inexplicably, she accepts his offer. He's stoked.
Robbie is visiting RevCam at his church office to suckily tell him that he won't be dating Mary while living under the same roof with her. He claims that this is something Annie suggested. RevCam is surprised, as am I, unless that occurred during a scene in which I nodded off for a few moments. Robbie makes it clear that he wants to go on living at the CamPound. I can only assume it's because he couldn't live without the rush he gets from being in the same room as RevCam. These two still have way more sexual chemistry than Robbie and Mary ever did. There's some witless repartee about Robbie keeping his hands off Mary. Adam LaVorgna does the best he can with that puerile dialogue, but it's no use. RevCam asks if Robbie's all right, since he's acting "funny." That's strange -- I would have said he was acting "badly," but that's just me. Robbie leaves to pick up Mary from the airport. I can't believe no one thought to bring up oafish Wilson and his feelings during this scene. How insensitive!