In the Treehouse, Lucy is apologizing to the T-1000 yet again for being so crazy. I really don't know how much more of their revolting relationship I can take. When Kevin wants to know what's brought about this transformation, Lucy tells him about being asked out by Sid. Kevin laughs in her face, which is a pretty nasty thing to do. Of course, that's going to cause Lucy to freak out -- although, in this case, I can't blame her. Also, she's bang-on when she calls his smile "goofy." Kevin explains that he trusts Lucy, but that doesn't assuage her anger any. She's so pissed off that she tells the T-1000 she's going to accept Sid's dinner invitation. He just smiles at her like a smug bastard -- a smug bastard who's just asking for a kick in the nads.
Peter is saying goodbye to Ruthie at the door of the CamPound. He wants to know if she is still mad at him. Because Ruthie is a totally judgmental bitch, of course she's angry. She gives a seriously annoying speech about how she can't hang with anyone who smokes and how she doesn't "like smokers." She snottily tells Peter she can no longer be his friend. I'm guessing his horoscope today read, "This will be the most awesome day of your life!" He does manage to extract a promise from Ruthie that she won't tell his mother about his smoking.
At Eddie's Pool Hall and Discount Rehearsal Dinner Emporium, Chandler's trying to enjoy his date with Farrah Fawcett. Or is it Roxanne with a new hairdon't? It doesn't matter, because RevCam's spoiling it anyway. He's trying, of course, to force Chanandler to talk about his relationship with his father. I can't blame RevBong for looking intensely annoyed. Eric tries to explain that he really doesn't hate Chandler, but RevBong's not having any of that. He says, "Look, if my brother, whom I love, can't get me to make peace with my dying dad, then what chance do you have?" It's a little cold, but I can relate, since I also resent it when people don't know when to leave well enough alone while prying into my business. After telling off Eric (and letting Roxanne get some lip in as well), Chandler gets up to leave. It looks like he and Roxanne have been drinking glasses of tap water. Cheap date, I guess.
Later, Roxanne is trying to counsel Chandler herself over the phone. Apparently, she's doing a better job than Eric, because at least Chandler wants to talk to her. Unfortunately, everything he has to say is pretty boring, and there's really nothing new. Okay, he doesn't get along with his dad or Eric. Yeah, we get it! But it's not like understanding the situation equates with caring about it.