Lucy is at the Glenoak airport, waiting to pick up her grandparents. She turns away from the screens showing the arrivals and departures, since it's probably too complicated for her to figure out. Instead, she asks the "Glenoak Airport Traveler Information" clerk this super-specific question: "Can you tell me when the flight from Phoenix is due in?" Before the clerk can answer, some guy behind Lucy says that the flight is late and won't be arriving for another two hours. Whew, it's good he spoke up so that Brenda doesn't have to pay that clerk extra to speak any lines. And who is this guy talking to Lucy anyway? He's just someone who wants to pick her up, obviously, as he graciously tells her she can wait with him. Because he's cute, Lucy agrees. Airport Psycho suavely tells her, "If you're waiting for your husband or fiancé or boyfriend, I'm gonna be very unhappy." What a snappy pick-up line!
Robbie walks into the Hello Kitty room to see Ruthie sitting on the bed. He looks around in disbelief and then asks Ruthie what happened to all his stuff. I may not be the most observant person in the world, but this room really doesn't look any different to me from when Robbie and Dopey were living in it. Ruthie explains that she's moved Robbie's stuff to the Treehouse. We're probably expected to believe that she carried his furniture up there too. Really, nothing is impossible in Glenoak. After rudely suggesting that Robbie look for his own apartment, Ruthie shoves him out of the room.
Oh, gross -- Aunt Julie is calling Annie. At least she's calling to say that she won't be attending the rehearsal dinner since she's going into labor. Fortunately for us, Uncle Hank only has about two lines. I'm really glad we won't have to see a lot of them this episode, but I'm not sure why the producers bothered hiring them for this one-minute scene.
And it's time for another pointless guest appearance. This time it's from Ginger, Annie's stepmother, who's calling from the Phoenix airport to tell her that she's misplaced Annie's father. Oops! In light of that, Ginger and Gramps may not be able to make the rehearsal dinner. And we're supposed to care?
In another airport -- Buffalo, I assume -- Ben is running to catch up to Mary, who's walking with another flight attendant. When he does catch her, he hands her a box which contains his class ring. He says he didn't have time to get her a real engagement ring. Even though he hasn't done anything very eyecatching so far, all the extras in the vicinity are staring at him and Mary and eavesdropping on their conversation, which makes me wonder if they're all Camden relatives waiting for their flights to Glenoak. When Ben gets down on one knee and loudly proposes to Mary, the extras start applauding and cheering. Mary isn't applauding or cheering, though. In fact, she turns down Ben's proposal and tells him to go home. He stands there looking kinda vacuous. I would feel a little bad for him, but I'm too busy laughing -- especially when I see that he is standing in front of the restrooms. Had Mary accepted his proposal, that would have made a lovely story for their grandchildren. Maybe that's why he was speaking so loudly before -- to make sure he could be heard over the sound of flushing. As Ben continues to stand there dumbly, a couple of extras walk by behind him. It looks like one of them is laughing at Ben.