RevCam hands SamVid some sandwiches that are probably devoid of filling, and answers the phone. It's Lou, who delivers the good news that the board is willing to sell RevCam the house. RevCam listens while doing a bizarre happy squirm-dance thing. Lou invites RevCam over to the church to start the paperwork for the sale. RevCam hangs up the phone, and then he and Annie devolve into primates as they bump chests and make strange guttural sounds to express happiness. Then they embrace and twirl around. SamVid look on, marveling that there are actually people out there who are less intelligent than they are.
Roxanne's at the Treehouse, her hair covered with those little foils. Lucy pours her some tea and offers her cookies until Roxanne tells her to spit out whatever her emergency is, because she left nasty solution in her hair and dashed over to Lucy's house to hear it. Lucy says that her emergency is that she needs Roxanne to convince Chandler not to buy her house. By seducing him. Roxanne asks Lucy why this house is so damn important to her, and Lucy Martin Luther Kings that she has a dream. At this, Roxanne gets really pissed and accuses Lucy of being too selfish and petty to be a good minister, and yells at her for ruining Roxanne's hair. Then she storms out. That was cool.
Peter and Ruthie walk along the Promenade, with Ruthie blabbering on about how Martin shouldn't get the apartment. Peter notices his dad talking to a blonde woman whose back is to them. Yet somehow, he knows it's Aunt Julie. Ruthie's like, "Wow. My very-married Aunt Julie." Yeah, but she's married to freaking Ed Begley, Jr., so I think we can cut her a little slack here.
At the church, Jeffrey has just told Chandler that he doesn't like the house. He'd have to change schools, and the house would need a lot of noisy construction, and he doesn't want to live away from his grandmother until she dies and/or goes into a home. Chandler says Jeffrey's right and they shouldn't rush into anything; they can look for a place that they both like in Jeffrey's school district when his grandma kicks it. Then he winks at Jeffrey in a most creepy manner. I'm starting to have some impure thoughts about the nature of Chandler and Jeffrey's relationship.
Lou walks in the office and exchanges some sort of secret handshake with Jeffrey that involves high-fives and fist pounds. Lame! Lou tells Chandler that RevCam just left after finding out that he couldn't afford the church's million-dollar mansion. I would have loved to see the scene where Lou crapped on Eric's dreams. Chandler asks to talk to Lou in private, and tells Jeffrey to draw or something. Jeffrey tells Chandler to hurry up because he's "easily bored." So am I, not like that's ever stopped anyone on this show.