Annie and Asslee sit on Asslee's bed for some serious talking. Annie says that Asslee's constant attention to and feeding of SamVid reminded Annie that she's a terrible, neglectful mother. And if she's a neglectful mother, then she must be a neglectful daughter, too. Not to mention a neglectful sister -- what the hell happened to Michelle Phillips? "It's hard for you to understand," Annie says. Asslee says that it is hard for her understand, because she's pretty dumb. And because her spending time with the twins when Annie's away should be the perfect solution to Annie's guilt. Or maybe Asslee could take the twins to Arizona with Annie, and then Asslee could take care of them while Annie takes care of her dad. "I can, you know. I can do that!" Asslee says, all proud of herself. In fact, she's going to fill this out on a commitment paper and give it to RevCam. "I think you might be the answer to my prayers!" Annie blubbers. "That's just what Reverend Camden thought, too. When we were doin' it," Asslee says, although she might have just thought the last part.
Carlos is pacing around the CamDen. RevCam enters and almost walks into an armchair. I think Stephen Collins has taken to drinking to get himself through filming. The two men shake hands, and Carlos expresses his delight in jetBlue's air service. Then Carlos tells RevCam that he has no intention of converting from Catholicism, if that's why RevCam asked him here. RevCam says he would never ask him to do that; he invited Carlos to dinner because he wanted to get to know his daughter's husband. "Mary and I have uh had our differences over the years, and, well, it could be very easy for all of us to lose contact." So easy, in fact, that it's already happened. Anyway, it turns out that RevCam's commitment for the year is to get to know Carlos better and to stay in touch with his daughter, be it through phone calls, emails, or visits -- "whatever it takes." Way to set aside one year to do what every father is supposed to do anyway, RevAss. RevCam welcomes Carlos to the family, and they hug and cry. RevCam ruins the moment by offering Carlos a sandwich since he missed dinner (and how does one miss a dinner in his own honor? RevCam can't put it in the fridge until Carlos arrives? Dick), and then snidely saying that Carlos's Catholicism is "interesting."