Dopey leads Lucy down the aisle to the strains of Wagner's "Wedding March." Good golly, I didn't realize anyone in the past thirty years or so has even thought of using this song. Hey, and if you listen real close, you can almost hear the crew in the background, singing,
Here comes the groom
What a buffoon
Surely this marriage
Will end in great doom.
Wow, that's not very nice of them, is it? As Lucy nears the altar, the camera closes in on RevCam's face, then pans over to Kevin. The smile on the robot's face is evil, pure and simple.
RevCam can't even be arsed to say a few words before the ceremony; he just dives right in and asks who gives Lucy in marriage. The entire pack of jackasses responds in the affirmative, and all the extras in the church fake-laugh ostentatiously. When that dies down, RevCam says, "Lucy and Kevin have chosen traditional vows, hoping that all of you who are married will remember your vows and be reminded of your promises to each other." Man, even during her own wedding, this annoying Camden still has to tell other people what to do. You just can't get away from the bossiness, can you? Gramps uses this opportunity to shake his left hand in Gabrielle's face so that she will be reminded of his wedding vows, while the director tells Dopey to look down at his own wedding ring in an exceedingly dorky manner. Eric adds, "Lucy and Kevin look forward to being with those of you who are in love and will one day be married, and at your wedding, Lucy and Kevin will remember their vows and promises to each other." I'm not at all surprised to hear that Lucy and Kevin will only be thinking of themselves during everyone else's weddings, because they really both are utterly selfish. Besides, RevCam's only saying that stupid line anyway so we can see a shot of Roxanne and RevBong, followed by one of Ruthie and -- oh, gag -- Peter. There's even one of Simon and Asslee looking at each other. Yeah, don't get too comfy, Asslee. I hear your days on this show are definitely numbered. Boo hoo.
On to the vows. Kevin delivers them with the same facial expression he's always sporting -- that vague, sneering half-smile that makes him look real mean. He promises to "respect" Lucy, which is a laugh and a half. When RevCam starts in on Lucy's vows, she cuts him off almost immediately by saying, "I do." Unfortunately, all the actors must pretend this is funny, and, quite frankly, not everyone is up to the task. (Ben, I'm looking at you.) Simon doesn't even bother trying, which I have to respect.