RevCam is still trying specify exactly what he thinks God should give him, because RevCam is just that deserving. He wants something that will help the Camdens "rise above the darkness that's fallen over [them] for an entire season." Entire season? More like "entire series," but it's still a good sign that Brenda is acknowledging how terrible last year was. RevCam keeps telling God that he'll take anything, but he's being pretty demanding for someone who's supposed to be desperate. Whatever; I'm sure God fell asleep listening to his boring, long-winded monologue a while ago. Annie comes downstairs, dressed for church and with her hair styled almost like the poodle-do from the first season. It's the Neo-Poodle! Ask for it at your hair salon! She tells RevCam that the shower is free, to which he tells God that that's a start. I love how RevCam is now talking to God instead of Annie.
Back at the beach, Chandler and Roxanne are talking about marriage. Chandler says that just being with Roxanne is not enough; he wants to be married to her. Roxanne takes this time to tell Chandler that she's sorry about his dad. He says that his dad dying has nothing to do with wanting to marry her. Oh, so that happened during the summer break too, did it? That's great. I definitely didn't want to see any potentially emotional moments; I'd much rather have it all told to me in Chandler's flat monotone after it has already happened. That's why I watch television; so people can tell me about stuff that happened instead of me actually being able to see it. This whole show is like this time in eighth grade when I was a little late getting to the bus stop, only to find that my tardiness had caused me to miss witnessing a spectacular three-car accident. Everyone jumped at the chance to tell me about it and how awesome it was, but that only made me feel worse because I hadn't seen it. I feel the same sense of disappointed bitterness every time a character mentions something important that happened that I won't get to actually see. Chandler says that he loves Roxanne and wants to "have babies" with her. They'll be the most boring, personality-less babies in the whole wide world. Roxanne gets all turned on by the mention of babies, apparently, because she jumps on top of Chandler and starts making out with him.