Back at the CamPound, Simon and Robbie try to lure Dopey out with the enticing prospect of taking the twins to the movies. Ugh. Personally, I'd rather clean the grunge out from underneath our fridge. In fact, I'd rather do almost anything else -- except maybe go for premarital counseling with RevCam, which is what Dopey's got in store today. Robbie questions why Dopey is so calm about the prospect of getting married. I don't know, maybe it's because he already is married? But I guess Robbie and Simon don't know that. Robbie makes some offensive comment about how most of the married guys he knows would rather go into the Witness Relocation Program than be married. Maybe he's just projecting, though, since he has secret doubts about the prospect of spending the rest of his life with International Pop Sensation Joy Enriquez. Who wouldn't? But that's what you get when you make the mistake of deciding to base a lifelong relationship on how someone looks in shiny, tight, pink pants.
Down in the CamKitchen, we get the obligatory three-second shot of Annie spending quality time with the twins before she gets up to answer the phone. It's RevCam, calling because he's nervous about the upcoming premarital counseling session with Dopey and Plot Contrivance. Annie uses this opportunity to rake him over the coals for not being supportive enough toward Dopey's marriage plans. You can see that this lecture is having very little effect on him -- until Annie's final, chilling words: "If you don't go easy on them, I'm going to go hard on you." As she hangs up on his ass (without even saying goodbye, of course), Eric looks scared.