In the CamKitchen, Lucy and Mary start telling Cruella that they don't want her to find them husbands after all, but they're interrupted by Robbie, who says he's going over to Joy's. After Robbie leaves, the girls glare at each other and simultaneously spit out, "Never mind!" Comic, no? RevCam walks in while the girls are begging for Annie's help again. He says, "I'm not promising anything." The girls evidently take this as a sign that he will help, though. Exploiting the peculiar psychic connection they seem to have developed today, they spontaneously burst into song, singing, "I'm gettin' married in the morning " as they skip upstairs. Good God, are there still forty minutes left of this episode?
Robbie is driving in his car. It's an exceedingly ugly car. It's so ugly, in fact, that my husband -- who can rattle off the make and year of just about any car he sees -- can't even identify it. Robbie sees a stray dog by the sidewalk. He stops the car and gets out to approach the dog. He comments that the dog looks a lot like Happy, although the only resemblance I can see is that both dogs are light-coloured and have four legs. Examining the dog's collar, Robbie says, "Wow, you're a long way from home, Murray." I wonder if Murray is from "New York." After all, the writers seem to think there are only two states in the U.S. Murray follows Robbie into the ugly car willingly. I wonder if Adam LaVorgna had to do this scene with dog food down his pants. Robbie whiles away the minutes to Joy's house by talking to the dog. We never see the two of them in the same shot together, though, so it's pretty obvious that this was all filmed separately and that Murray is not actually reacting to Robbie's stupid platitudes about how difficult it is to be in love. Despite the fact that Robbie and Murray technically aren't even in the scene together, they still have way more chemistry than Robbie ever had with either Lucy or Mary. Robbie keeps looking over to where Murray should be. Hey, Robbie, keep your eyes on the road! If you smash up that ugly car, you'll only collect $1.99 in insurance.
Back at the CamPound, Lucy and Mary are being interviewed separately by the CamRents for information about their husband preferences. The director keeps cutting back and forth, so we see that Lucy and Mary have almost identical husband requirements. The only remotely interesting thing here is that Mary wants someone she can bring into her family, while Lucy plans to leave the Camdens and "cling" to her husband's family. RevCam looks a little disturbed by this revelation, but he gamely continues writing down Lucy's requests.