Back at The World's Tensest Dinner Party, Rabbi Richard is apologizing to RevCam, since he assumed the minister already knew Dopey was thinking of converting, but Eric's taken refuge in catatonia again. This gives Lucy the chance to come back into the room and announce that she has to leave. Ugh, words can't begin to describe how loathsome I find her in this episode. Simon helpfully offers that Morris can drop him and Lucy off at home. Despite all this vast rudeness, Rabbi Richard still pretends that it was nice to meet them.
After the three losers depart, RevCam rouses himself to criticize Dopey for trying to change who he is, "as if changing religions is as simple as changing shirts." Hey, why not? After all, Dopey made the life-altering decision to get married on a whim, and his sisters regularly contemplate marrying guys they've known for a few weeks. I thought that sort of thing was normal for the sick, shallow world of Glenoak. Annie interrupts her husband's diatribe to suggest that they discuss the matter at home, but RevCam won't be stopped. He says to Dopey, "For twenty-one years you had this one abiding concept in your life: Jesus. And now you take one bite of kugel, and suddenly no Jesus?" That's funny -- I would have thought the "one abiding concept" of Dopey's life would have been something like stalking, or acting like a patriarchal prick, since I don't think I've ever heard RevCam talk about Jesus before. Poor Eric seems to have developed a fixation with kugel, as he continues with, "It's not even Jewish kugel; it's good old-fashioned WASP kugel." Rabbi Richard tries to bring the hysteria down a notch by suggesting they all have dessert and then go over to his temple for the Oneg Shabbat service. He sounds like he's trying to talk a jumper off a window ledge, which isn't all that far from the truth. Annie agrees that Richard's idea is a good one, but Dopey and RevCam want to fight some more. Eric tries to tell Dopey, "You're my son. I know who you are and who you're not, and one thing you're not is a Jew." Realizing how bad that sounds, RevCam tries again: "I just mean that some people are Jewish and some aren't." That's really not much better, is it? Eric should probably just quit trying. After all, he's only got two feet and I think he's already inserted both of them in his mouth --a pretty admirable feat when you consider that his head is so far up his ass. Rosina saves him from embarrassing himself further by complimenting Annie's kugel and asking her how she got it so creamy. Annie happily responds that she didn't have any chicken fat, so she substituted cream instead. Rosina looks distraught, and PC kindly explains to Annie, "Jewish dietary rules forbid the mixing of meat and dairy at the same meal, so technically the meal wasn't kosher. You didn't know. It's not the end of the world." Rosina is upset enough, though, to start crying. She leaves the room, and her daughter follows.
Back at the CamPound, Mary really can't take a hint, so she tries to resurrect her big important conversation with Robbie, but he's just not interested. She insists, "I must be having these feelings about you for some reason." Spoken like a true stalker. When she sees that she's not exactly succeeding here, she tries to kiss him, but Lucy walks in and cheerfully spoils the moment. Lucy sums up her evening thusly: "Sarah's parents are great, the rabbi's funny, Matt's going to be Jewish, Dad stopped breathing, and the food was great." Lucy and Mary fight over who's going to finish watching the game with Robbie, but fortunately for us, this is interrupted by the doorbell. Robbie uses the opportunity to escape the clutches of the two loser sisters. The girls argue much too loudly for a bit, but I don't care about them, and you shouldn't either.