Dopey has obviously fallen a bit behind on his planning also, since, as Simon points out to Robbie, Matt hasn't even chosen a best man yet. Oops! Simon assumes that Dopey will ask him, even though Robbie's a little skeptical. Simon says something stupid about Matt passing him the "older brother baton" now that he's leaving the house. I assume that means all the female siblings will have to look up to Simon as a junior patriarch, even though two of his sisters are technically older than he is.
This icky scene is interrupted by the arrival of Ruthie, who's carrying a bunch of her ugly belongings in a box. She announces that she's taking her old room back and kicking Robbie out to the unfinished Garage Treehouse. She's rude enough to point out to Robbie that since he's not a Camden, she can treat him like crap. When he tells her he's not moving, she drops her box of stuff on his foot.
Lucy is on the phone, talking to Pea-Brained Moron Kevin, who is in Buffalo. Not for long, though, if Lucy has anything to do with it, since she's trying to get him to pack up and move to Glenoak. That's right -- after two dates, she expects him to give up his job, his friends, and his family so he can move all the way across the country to be with her. What's even weirder is that he doesn't laugh in her face or run away screaming at the prospect. He treats her suggestion seriously, although he's not ready to move to Glenoak yet. She bitches about how he won't even fly into town for Dopey's wedding because he's working that day. He tells her that he can't fly to Glenoak every single weekend, to which Lucy ever so rudely replies, "Can't or won't?" Step off, bitch. In the real world, people can't afford to drop hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars to fly across the country on a whim. Kevin may be a moron, but at least he's not stupid enough to jeopardize his job and empty out his bank account just to sit on a couch and make out with Lucy all weekend. Well, I hope he's not that stupid.
Rabbi Richard has invited Dopey over to harangue him into converting to Judaism before the wedding ceremony tomorrow. Does Dopey really have time for this right now? Shouldn't he be out getting his hair cut, or at least buying shampoo? Richard is not put off when Matt hesitates about converting so soon. Come on, Dopey, why so cautious? It's not like this is a life-altering decision or anything!
Back at the CamPound, RevCam is telling Dopey to bring the twins downtown to pick up their tuxedoes. Ugh. Personally, I think there are few things more annoying than very young children in adult formalwear. This scene comes close, though, as Dopey tells his father that he is planning to convert before the wedding tomorrow. RevCam argues that Matt can't possibly be ready to convert yet. It's a pretty good argument, but it's somewhat soured by the fact that RevCam's obviously got a personal agenda here. Eric helpfully offers to talk to Rabbi Richard about the conversion, but Dopey's not having that. To his credit, he does do the responsible thing for once, extracting a promise from RevCam to mind his own damn business.