The T-1000 and Simon are in the living room, laughing uproariously at what appears to be a cartoon starring Raggedy Ann and Andy. That's a rather strange viewing selection. Ruthie comes in and wants to know why they're wearing sweats. Shut up, Ruthie! Nobody else cares, and you shouldn't either. Kevin confronts the possibility that his mother and brother may not make it to the wedding, but he doesn't seem overly concerned at the prospect. He does, however ask Simon to be his best man if Ben can't make it. You know, the way RevCam described the recessional at the wedding rehearsal would totally mean that Simon is the best man already, but then, I can't expect Brenda to take five seconds out of her busy schedule of creating mind-numbing crap in order to crack open an etiquette book and check up on this. Of course, I think it was already established last year, throughout the entire Dopey/Plot Contrivance wedding planning fiasco, that Brenda doesn't have even a nodding acquaintance with modern etiquette. Reality either, come to think of it.
At a rest stop in the desert, Ben and Mrs. Kinkirk are sitting in the front seat of car where Ben is stuffing his face with junk food. Roxanne is nowhere to be seen, and everyone else looks extremely annoyed. Finally, Roxanne emerges from the bathroom and incredulously asks Chandler, "You were just standing there, listening to me puke?" RevBong tries to make up for that by romantically telling her how bad she looks. Hey, that's kind of harsh! And it's not even true. I think she looks better than usual, since her hair is all natural-looking and they've gone easy on the makeup. Chandler tries to convince her to go to a hospital. Pretty drastic, you say? I'd have to agree. Roxanne goes too far in the opposite direction, though, by insisting they drive to the wedding or Kevin will "kill" her. If I were one of Roxanne's traveling companions, I certainly wouldn't want to be cooped up in a car with her and her germs.
As soon as Roxanne and RevBong get back in the car, Roxanne jumps out again and runs off to puke some more. Having to pretend to find RevBong's Furrowed Brow Of Bad Acting sexy would probably have that effect on just about anyone. Ben uses Roxanne's absence to suggest that they just bring her to a hospital and abandon her there. Sounds intriguing, Ben. Tell me more. RevBong freaks out, though, and orders Ben out of the car so he can "kill" him. Aw, don't do that, Chandler! After that Trading Spaces episode, you can count me among those people who found Geoff Stults rather endearing. Damn, I can't believe I just admitted that.