Back at the Treehouse of Lurv, Lucy leaves a message for Rabbi Richard about Matt. "Pleasecallmeback!" she says, although you can hardly blame her for the delivery, seeing as Lucy is clutching a cup of coffee in her hand, after just having one with the CamRents in the previous scene. Girl is probably high as a kite!
Hey, guess what? RevCam is a two-faced hypocrite! He's leaving a message for Mrs. Conehead. A really, really, really long message. You know, writers, this is time that could have been better spent killing Asslee. I'm just saying. He tells Coney to call him back at the church, and not to tell Richard about all this, as he's prone to getting emotional about stuff. Right, unlike RevCam, whose eyes brim with tears just about every second of every day.
Listening to the answering machine are Conehead and Richard, looking miserable. Why was RevCam leaving a message for only Conehead to hear on the family answering machine? Dumbass. Conehead feels bad about lying to the Camdens; Richard wants to know if he's really "emotional." Conehead chooses not to respond. "Come back HE-ERE!" Richard says to her, sounding remarkably like the Fonz. His hair looks like the Fonz's too. But bigger.
Annie calls the emergency room of the hospital Matt works in to find out what's going on with her son. Because hospital emergency rooms have nothing better to do than answer Annie's silly questions. Nurse Debi answers.
Vic adjusts his tie and picks at a bouquet of flowers. Peter tells his dad that he looks really nervous about his date, too nervous for just a dinner. Vic says he'll tell him why, and then the scene ends.
Paris is putting on make-up and talking to an unseen someone about being glad that he came over to help her get ready. Yes, it's Chandler. Paris called her ex-boyfriend, who presumably still loves her, over to help her get ready for her date with someone else. Paris asks if this is "awkward." She shouldn't have to ask, although, really, she shouldn't have asked him to come over in the first place, so I guess Paris doesn't know much about asking. Chandler is too consumed with a magazine he's reading to care, anyway. It must be Bon Appetit. Paris finally manages to tear him away from the creme brulée centerfold and says she's worried that Vic is going to propose to her tonight, then leaves before Chandler can give her any advice about that.