Except it seems they're not destined to become a couple after all. Even though they have been, as Ben puts it, "making out in the kitchen for hours," Paris thinks Ben is too young. She thanks him for swapping spit with her and then leaves. At least she's polite.
While driving Roxanne home, Chandler pulls over and pretends that the car is out of gas. It's all a ruse to get Roxanne to kiss him. Watching these two going at it is not my idea of a good time.
Back at the CamPound, Ma Kinkirk is on the phone with her fiancé. I assume it's not a local call, so that's actually kind of rude of her not to use her own cell phone. It sounds like the fiancé is trying to make her tell Kevin about her impending nuptials. Ma promises to tell Kevin tonight. I have no idea why it can't wait until morning -- or, indeed, why the fiancé is making such a big deal out of it anyway. He sounds like kind of a jerk. But then, the Kinkirks are used to marrying jerks, it seems.
Bobby Short and his band are still playing while Lucy and Kevin toast each other with half-glasses of sparkling wine. I certainly hope it's non-alcoholic, since I don't think Lucy is twenty-one yet. Kevin actually answers his cell phone when it rings, except he has to get all cutesy and say, "Kevin Kinkirk, future husband of Lucy Camden." Yeah, that just makes all his abusiveness A-okay. God, he's a tool. He leaves to talk to his mother in private. At least while he's gone we get to see Bobby Short, rather than Lucy staring at her damn ring some more.
Kevin comes back and breaks the news that his mother is getting married. Not only that, but they "want to go to Europe -- maybe even Italy -- for six months." Newsflash for robots (and Brenda): Italy is part of Europe. Really. It's true. Kevin tells Lucy he'd like to have his mother at the wedding, but that then they will have to get married in April. Lucy freaks out at first, and then acquiesces. Just like that. I guess she's no longer crazy. It's amazing what a diamond ring can do.