Mary and her fellow flight attendant are gossiping about Ben when they really should be doing their jobs. I'm surprised JetBlue actually allowed their name to be used on this show. I can't imagine they'd want people to think all their flight attendants are dumb-asses like Mary. The loser in question turns to a couple of passengers and asks if they want apple juice or orange juice. If they want either, they're out of luck, since all Mary's carrying on her tray are a couple cans of Coke and some bottled water. Hey, wait a second. These guest stars look a little familiar. That's because they're the Control Freaks who didn't want their 45-year-old son moving out of their house. So, why are they back, anyway? They weren't such fabulous guests stars that anyone needed to use them twice. In fact, the woman is just as annoying as she was last time, as she demands of Mary why she didn't accept Ben's marriage proposal. While the rest of the passengers go drink-less and peanut-less, Mary natters on about her relationship, explaining that she doesn't want to give up any other part of her life to be with Ben. The other flight attendant points out that Ben wasn't asking her to give anything up, but Mary's not convinced.
Well, it's finally time for the rehearsal dinner, which Annie has managed to scrape together with just a couple hours' notice. Maybe that would explain why there seem to be more flowers than food on the buffet table. We see a waitress carrying a drink which has so many flowers in it that it would be physically impossible to drink from the glass. I think it's safe to say the flowers outnumber the guests by about a thousand to one. The only non-Camdens there are that irritating Doc guy and his date, Matt's boss from the clinic. They're dancing while some Camdens sit morosely at a long table. I can understand why there's nobody from Plot Contrivance's family, but surely the Camdens must have invited more people than just Doc and his date. Isn't there anyone there from the church? Who would have been bringing all the potluck dishes for the original backyard party?