Asslee drags poor SamVid down the stairs, where they meet RevCam. He tells them to wash up for dinner. "All cleeeeeeeeeeeeeeean!" SamVid responds, forgetting to add that they achieved this goal in the CamPound's germ-ridden toilet bowl. Close-talker RevCam tells Asslee that he doesn't know "how to thank [her]" for helping out while Annie's away. I'll bet he's got a couple of ideas, though, seeing how he holds his hands mere inches away from her chest while inviting her to stay for dinner. Of course, Asslee accepts. There is some fighting amongst SamVid as to who will sit next to Asslee, but this is quickly resolved so that Asslee can bend over in front of the camera and show us some Ass-ass as she walks the twins into the kitchen. RevCam totally checks her out while stammering that he needs to "make a phone call." Is that what they're calling it now? I am so out of the loop.
Roxanne walks into RevCam's church office. The ugliest tapestry on the planet hangs in the hallway, because Glenoak Community Church prefers to think outside of the stereotype that churches are beautifully-decorated places of worship, and chooses to be drab and tacky. Roxanne puts a piece of paper on RevCam's desk as Chandler comes into the room. Not too pleased to see him, Roxanne says that she just came to drop off her commitment paper, and now she's going. Chandler whisper-asks Roxanne how long she's going to keep coming to church, as her presence is making him uncomfortable. "Well, that's your problem, not mine, Reverend," Roxanne says awesomely. Chandler whisper-whines that he just doesn't want her to go to this specific church anymore. Roxanne rolls her eyes and turns to leave. Chandler asks her to just admit that the only reason why she's even coming to church is because she's still in love with him. I must add that Chandler says this charming line with his eyes half-closed and his hair looking especially greasy, which must be why Roxanne finds it pretty easy to refuse to admit anything.
RevCam calls Carlos, who has to run down a staircase with a banister that appears to be made of garroting wire to get the phone. Carlos has some difficulty ascertaining the identity of the caller, which is perfectly understandable when you consider that this is probably the first time RevCam's called his own daughter in two seasons. There's a funny moment when Carlos calls RevCam "Colonel," followed by an even funnier one when, after finally figuring out who Eric is, Carlos says he'll tell Mary that he called and totally hangs up on him. See how it feels, RevCam! RevCam calls back and tells Carlos that he wanted to speak to him, not Mary. In fact, he wants to talk to Carlos face-to-face, hombre a hombre, so why doesn't Carlos score a free flight pass from Mary and come to California tomorrow in time for dinner. "But Mary won't be home for two days!" Carlos says. "I don't want Mary to come," says RevCam, apparently knowing that the relative success of Jessica Biel's new movie could very well mean that we'll never have to see her again. Carlos says that if it's important, he'll be there. RevCam says it is, then gets his revenge by hanging up on Carlos without saying goodbye.