Serena walks in to tell RevCam she's experiencing a "spiritual emergency." I guess the word "horny" might be a bit of a red flag for the censors.
Down at the pool hall, Lucy asks Jeremy, "Have you heard?" He has some envelope his parents sent him from New York, but he's been waiting for Lucy to arrive before he opens it. When she sees what's inside, she looks like she's about to cry. I don't know about you, but the suspense sure is killing me!
Down at the hardware store, Annie is doing some shopping with Ruthie and the twins. Annie is consulting a piece of paper, but for all we know, it might be her ever-present blueprints folded up. For reasons unclear to me, Ruthie's old friend Sarah makes a guest appearance. It's all pretty confusing, because this actress was playing Sarah on an episode last season. Then a different actress played her once this season, and now the original actress is back for a thirty-second cameo that doesn't even have a storyline attached to it. Maybe there was a storyline originally, but it got lopped off during some careless editing. Who knows? But more to the point, who cares? Sarah has grown taller, and she does catalogue modeling now. Maybe the purpose of this scene is to show that once she ditched Ruthie as a friend, things started going much better for her.
What a coincidence -- James is at the hardware store too. I'll bet he's been stalking Annie. It's all in a day's work in Glenoak. James offers his help with Annie's construction project, but Ruthie turns him down. Annie gives Ruthie a warning look. James tells Ruthie to call him James, but she says she prefers calling him Mr. Carver. He laughs and shakes his head in a way that's supposed to imply that he thinks Ruthie's actions are cute.
Priscilla shows up at the hospital to talk to John. She's in a tizzy because her parents have arrived in Glenoak to attend the wedding. John tells her that his favourite grandmother is sick and that his father has flown back East to be with her. If the illness turns out to be serious, both his father and grandmother will miss the wedding. John prefers to regard the situation in a positive light, though, and he advises Priscilla to do the same in regard to her parents. It's a pretty nice scene, actually, though it falls short of making me care about what happens to any of these people.