Simon comes down the stairs next. The joyous cries of pre-teen girls are heard throughout the land. Simon's such a dreamboat!
Next, it's Kevin, and he's carrying a couple of lawn jockeys he stole from a neighbor's yard. Oops, I'm sorry -- I didn't realize those were actually the twins! I guess I didn't see all the Little Lord Fauntleroy crap they're wearing at first, because their stupid berets distracted me. This stuff is even worse than Annie's sailor outfit. I don't know what the fuck Brenda was thinking, but those poor Brino kids are going to be needing some serious therapy when they reach their teens and take a good, close look at this episode. RevCam suggests that the T-1000 and Lucy won't be ready for children for a long time. Having seen the twins' pukey outfits must have convinced Kevin of that fact already, as he is quick to agree. He also calls RevCam "Dad," which causes Eric to touch his face tenderly. It's time for yet another round of everyone's favorite party game, "Who Will Show Up For The Wedding?" No one seems overly disappointed to learn that Patty Mary will not be in attendance. Kevin also informs us that his sister has hooked up with a guy at the airport. Okay, there's just no way that could not be a shout-out to all of you who post in our forums. Brenda loves you! She really does! There is a knock on the front door, but instead of opening the door to see who really is there, all the losers stand around and speculate on who might be there. When the shorter twin suggests opening the door, it should be a cute moment, but it's really not.
The arrivals are Asslee and Peter. How exciting! Simon starts making out with wobble-headed Asslee right there and then, which is pretty damn rude, even for a Camden. Doesn't he know he should be doing this on one of the living room couches so everyone can be more comfortable as they watch? It's also customary to provide light refreshments for the onlookers, I believe. Peter is trying to tell Ruthie how nice she looks, but I'm having a hard time hearing it over the laughter that filled my home when Peter actually called Ruthie "honey." Hell, even the bunny is laughing.
Down at the church, Lucy has taken out her curlers to reveal her special wedding-day 'do. It looks exactly like her everyday 'do. I would have thought those rollers would have at least imparted a little volume or something, but nope. Oh, well. Lucy is also suffering from doubts about whether she wants to marry the freak-ass T-1000. She wonders if she should wait until she's finished college and has some money of her own. Well, fucking duh. Annie, however, looks scared that Lucy will cancel the wedding and somehow jeopardize RevCam's return to the church. Who cares if her daughter ends up at the women's shelter next week when abusive Kevin finally snaps? As long as Eric's back at church, that's all we need to care about.