Lucy gets up to go talk to Kevin, who, for reasons unknown, is sleeping in the CamPound. She tells him she's nervous about tomorrow. He assumes she's referring to the wedding night, but as she coyly tells him, she "can't wait" for that part. I cover my ears and try singing to myself, but it's too late. What Lucy said has already registered in my brain, and now I'm scarred for life. It is pretty funny, though, when, Lucy's admission is followed by really loud thunder and some nasty lightning. Unfortunately, it doesn't hit the CamPound. Incidentally, does anyone know what happens to robots when they're hit by lightning? Do they have built-in surge protection? Actually, wouldn't the T-1000 function as a lightning rod?
Outside in the hallway, the rest of the CamDorks are bonding by listening in on Lucy's conversation with Kevin. The icky speculation on whether or not she'll call off the wedding is interrupted when they hear her giggling from inside Kevin's room. The CamRents look at each other with horror. Frankly, I find the idea of Lucy and her fiancé engaging in something physical the night before their wedding far less appalling than the rest of the family listening in on her private moments. Well, in theory, anyway -- I'm more than happy to leave the exact details blurry. What really has happened to make Lucy giggle is that apparently Kevin doesn't wear pajamas, and Lucy's just seen him naked. I'm not sure laughing at his CyborgSchlong is a very nice thing to do, but this is Lucy we're talking about. She prissily tells him to put something on while she steps "out into the hall." Boy, that sure is going to be one super-steamy wedding night, don't you think?
Out in the hall, Lucy confronts her loathsome family members for spying on her. They don't apologize or anything; they just want to know if she and Kevin will be calling off the wedding. Kevin comes out and says they will not, but Lucy has her doubts. Say what you want about the T-1000 (and believe me, I've said plenty myself), but I do admire that he has the balls to tell the CamDorks to leave so he can talk to Lucy alone. What I don't admire so much is that he uses their private time to convince Lucy that he's right and she's wrong. Lucy's such a doormat that it's not exactly an uphill struggle, though.