RevCam continues with the service, and is noticeably shocked to see that Vic's real name is George. That's not very professional, to not know the real name of the people you're marrying, and to make it so obvious that you didn't do any research ahead of time, but I guess it's what you get when you ask a guy who hates God to be your wedding minister, and hold the ceremony in his living room. Paris takes Vic to be her husband, and Vic takes Paris to be his wife. Peter smirks. RevCam says they're officially married again, and gives them permission to kiss. This is not too easily accomplished, as Paris is hugely pregnant. But they manage to work it out, because that is a RISK WORTH TAKING. Everyone claps except Russell and Lynn, who are like, "Why are we here? What is this?" As everyone congratulates the newlyweds, Martin runs in to piss on their moment by announcing that his dad is coming home. Marine Daddy is going to be really surprised when he sees how expensive coffee got. Everyone rushes to congratulate Martin, except for Lynn and Russell, who are still seated. I think Lynn was just convinced that moving the hell away from Glenoak is the right thing to do.
The Black Screen of Information tells us that you can contact St. Jude Children's Research Hospital by calling 1-800-785-5130 or going to their website. Then RevCam is back to make a special announcement about the hospital, telling us more about what they do to help kids with diseases. They cured sickle cell with a bone marrow transplant, which is pretty awesome. Your support will help them continue their research. "Please call and say you'll help," says RevCam, and that's probably the most convincing line delivery Stephen Collins has given in at least four seasons. He doesn't stutter and cry when he's talking like a real person, either. Anyway, props to 7th Heaven for spreading awareness, although I think we'd all be better served if they did it with a much better show, which probably wouldn't take a storyline about sickle cell disease and turn it into a bizarre tale of a father who abandons his children, then comes back and, after some initial resistance, is welcomed back with open arms.