Still in the waiting room, Lucy starts to cry. Simon asks her if those are "good tears or bad." She says that they're good, so he hugs her. If she'd said they were bad, I'm sure he'd have hugged her too. He's just horny that way. So, are Beverley Mitchell and David Gallagher doing each other or something? Simon apologizes for not being around for the rest of the family. Lucy hadn't even noticed. Heh. Simon doesn't bother apologizing to anyone else. He just hugs Lucy some more. Mmm -- sweet, soft, fragrant Lucy.
Ruthie apologizes to RevCam, and he apologizes right back at her. The fact that Eric is not dying makes this scene a little less poignant than it might otherwise have been. However, not even a deathbed scene could add any emotional impact to Eric's interaction with his next guest, the cyborg known as T-1000. Kevin asks for Eric's permission to marry Lucy. How charming. After said permission is granted, Lucy rushes in and starts shrieking about how she is almost engaged. RevCam is so happy to be unloading her dumb ass onto Kevin, he even manages a smile. In comes Simon. How many guests is that now? Five? And Eric's been out of surgery for, what, an hour or so? Whatever. Anyway, Simon makes an apology which is loaded with all the emotional impact of a wet dishrag. It is kind of sweet to see that he's not too much of a "teen heartthrob" to kiss his father on the cheek, though. And there's Robbie. Just why is he here, anyway? Why, to tell RevCam how "good" he looks! See -- there's someone who actually does know the meaning of the word "romantic." I'm really not sure why Ben is in the room, but it seems that no one has the heart to ask him to leave. The final guest to arrive is Sarah, who has ostensibly been phoning Dopey to let him in on the good news. RevCam seems happy to see her -- or maybe he's just laughing at the ruffled shirt and magenta jacket she stole from Prince.