RevCam bemoans the fact that his first official act in the church upon his return will be to perform his daughter's wedding ceremony. Yeah, doofus, a number of people in our forum have suggested that you could have eased back into the ministerial bit, so you're getting exactly zero sympathy from moi. Ugh, now he's talking about how the wedding day is supposed to be the "happiest day of Lucy's life." That sentiment always makes me want to hurl, especially since it's so rarely applied to men. I guess once us women snare ourselves a man, though, we've really accomplished something! Also, if your life is all downhill after your wedding day, then you've got a very sad life and should probably consider getting divorced and finding someone who will make you happier. Speaking of which, RevCam is pissed because Annie's fallen back to sleep instead of listening to his stupid grumbling.
Ew. There's Kreepy Kevin walking into the CamPound to find Lucy asleep at the kitchen table, leaning over a pile of schoolbooks. He tenderly places a shawl around her shoulders instead of, say, waking her up so her back won't get totally stiff. Poor Kevin. By this point, he just can't win. Brenda could have him donate his entire fortune to orphaned puppies, and we'd still find nasty things to say about his cyborg ass.
Simon is in bed with Happy. I don't want to imply a relationship that may not exist, but I must point out that Simon looks extremely contented in his slumber, while Happy just looks dejected and worried. We get a shot of Simon's bedside table, which has a couple pictures of Asslee on it. Did this scene even have a point? If so, what was it?
A man walks into a convenience store. He and the clerk exposition enough to tell me that this guy is Roxanne's dad. While the exposition is as clunky as always, it's handy for people like me who preferred to get last week's episode in recap form and wouldn't recognize this guy if they tripped over him. Roxanne Senior is played by Matthew Perry's real-life dad, who is, the IMDb tells me, "best known as the sailor in the 'Old Spice' commercials." Hey, it's better than being known for guest-starring on 7H, right? While PopRox gets a coffee, another guy walks into the shop and pulls out a gun. I'm guessing it's the actor's first time holding a gun, since he doesn't look very comfortable with it. Neither does PopRox, who has allegedly been a cop for years. PopRox tries to bluff that his partner has already called in the robbery, even though there really hasn't been any time for that, and despite the fact that the partner is nowhere to be seen. The World's Worst Burglar and PopRox exchange social pleasantries. No, really. It appears they both know each other. That's nice, I suppose, but PopRox still wants the thief to put down his gun. Before we can find out what happens, the hideous theme song kicks in. Yeah, the suspense? Killing me.