Hey, guess what? Annie was listening in from behind the staircase the whole time, and something about it has upset her. I can't imagine what it is, though, as you'd think the fact that her father is having a good week would make her happy. You'd think.
RevCam answers a ringing doorbell. It's Chandler, and he's here to help RevCam like RevCam helped him with Mrs. Bink and Pat and Jimmy. "Just use me!" Chandler says. "There is something you can do for me," RevCam says. After seeing the way RevCam was looking at Chandler's ass forty minutes ago, I don't think this is going to end well.
Chandler walks into Annie bedroom, where she's compulsively folding and re-folding sheets. She figures out right quickly that Chandler was sent by Eric to talk to her. Annie says she doesn't need to talk, then proceeds to talk about the bad feeling she has, "the feeling deep in your gut that something bad is going to happen." It's not about her problems with Lilly; actually, she's cool with Lilly now, saying that, since last week's resolution of their one-sided conflict, she's grown to love her sister and wants her to be married and whatever. She just thinks that this will be too stressful for their father. And in case you didn't know, she has a bad feeling. But she doesn't need to talk about it. But she still will, for about two more minutes.
Ruthie comes back in the house as RevCam's clearing the table. She says everyone else "ran off." She offers to help clear the table, then asks RevCam why Annie doesn't like "Aunt Lilly." Whoops! Lilly had already broken into the house and probably heard the whole thing. She's become more and more like her sister every day. And in that case, she may want to consider killing herself. Lilly says she just wanted to stop by and check on Annie after she left the rehearsal dinner early. Apparently, Lilly's concern was so great that she didn't bother to style -- or even brush -- her hair before leaving the hotel. She leaves to go upstairs, and Ruthie asks RevCam if he thinks that Lilly heard her. RevCam's like, "Um, considering that I personally saw to it that the acoustics of this house make any conversation audible no matter what the distance between the speaker and listener, yes."
Lilly and Annie face off upstairs. Annie tries to passive-aggressify the conflict away and feign ignorance that there's any trouble between her and Lilly, but Lilly heard what Ruthie said. And she's really kind of pissed about it. You go, Lilly! Annie finally tells her that the reason she's upset is that she doesn't want their father to be a part of the wedding. Lilly says she didn't know that. Poor Lilly; it's not her fault that her sister's such an avoiding bitch. Oh, and by the way, for those of you keeping track at home, Annie's feeling has been upgraded to "very bad." Lilly says she'll call Ginger and tell their father not to come. "No, you can't," says Annie. Lilly is quickly losing patience. Annie sort of apologizes, but says that there's nothing Lilly can do now. Annie, you suck. You should have either told Lilly all this when there was something she could do about it, or just accepted that this is the way things are going to be, and there's nothing anyone can do about it, and gotten the fuck over it.