Oh, mercy. Aphex Twin should remix the 7th Heaven theme song. It needs a four-on-the-floor 808 break, stat!
Sears is selling tires. Mr. Stupidhead cares not. Payless is having their biggest sale of the season. Again, Mr. Stupidhead is indifferent. Check it out now. The funk soul brother. Right about now. The funk soul brother. How 'bout this: Check it out now. Fatboy Slim sucks rocks. Right about now. He's completely unoriginal.
And we're back, with SuperMom at Chickenhead's apartment, sewing. Yes, sewing. Chickenhead enters and says, "Annie, this is so nice of you. I have an interview this morning, and I want to wear a skirt, and that's the only skirt I have that's not something I would wear to a wedding." At this, SuperMom remembers that she is supposed to be home right at that moment so RevCam can have his counseling session baby-free. She asks Chickenhead for the phone, and calls the Rev.
Cut to the Rev in the RevDen, arms full o' babies. The couple he is counseling looks mildly amused. Rev: "Annie should be home any minute. [Phone.] Or not." As it turns out, not. Annie apologizes profusely for forgetting the session, but RevCam tells her not to fret, and that "I'm fine, they're fine, everybody's fine." After they hang up, we return to our counseling session already in progress. Ryan, the groom-to-be, more or less says, "Yo! What da dilly wit' Annie, yo?" RevCam: "She's with a friend." RyGuy: "My mom would never have left babies alone with my dad." Uh-oh. RyGuy continues, "We plan to stick to the traditional values that we talked about in your class. Make sure that our marriage works. The husband has to be responsible for providing for the family." RevCam: "I believe I said parents. The parents are responsible for providing for the family." RyGuy: "Yo, you frontin'?" Heh. I wish. What he really says is, "Jessica will be responsible for cooking, and cleaning, and laundry, and childcare. And I will be responsible for bringing home the paycheck, deciding how that money is spent, and when it's time for us to have children. A pretty traditional division of responsibilities, much like the way you and Annie do it." RevCam explains that that is not how he and Annie do things, and that normally their only philosophy is "do whatever's necessary, whenever necessary."