In the RevDen, Ryan says that he and Jessica (the bride-to-be, who has not said a word THIS ENTIRE TIME) have to get going, and that they have more important things to do this morning than "this." Shut up, Ryan. You suck. RevCam: "We haven't even discussed the vows." RyGuy: "Love, honor, and obey. What's to discuss?" RevCam: "Well, for one thing, there's that pesky word 'obey.' Jump on in here anytime you want, Jessica." Judging by the ominous music, RyGuy didn't like RevCam's last few utterances. SuperMom comes in (to save the day), senses the tension, and asks if everything is okay. RyGuy responds, "Everything's fine," and leaves in a huff with Jessica closely behind. Ryan, don't be such a narbo. And Jessica, don't be such a...such a...such a girl who marries a puke like Ryan. RevCam is "bugged," and Annie reminds him that he can't get bugged, because of his heart.
We now cut to Matt, who is knocking on Chickenhead's door. Shana appears and asks, "What are you doing here?" Matt: "I just came to see if you needed a ride to your interview." Shana: "No, you didn't. You came by to see if you could nose in on my interview." Matt: "Your interview is at your apartment? What kind of interview do you have at your apartment?" Chickenhead: "Okay, just remember I haven't seen him in twenty years." They go in, and Chickenhead introduces Matt to her biological father. After this, they all look shifty-eyed for about twenty seconds, as Kenny G brings us to the next scene.
4:03 PM (they're still doing this time crap?). The CamKitchen, where Mary grabs the car keys before SuperMom has a chance to get them. Mary wants to pick Ruthie up from soccer practice for some reason. SuperMom says, "Okay, but report back to me." Oh, jeez cheese. Could this get anymore boring? Anyway, Mary leaves, and Lucy comes down looking for her, because she wanted to go with Mary and pick up Ruthie, too. SuperMom looks like she smells something fishy. Mr. Stupidhead inserts an ice pick into his ear.
Cut to Mary in the CaMobile at Ruthie's school. Up comes Ruthie in a football uniform. You heard me. Ruthie wants to model her uniform for her sister. Isn't that cute? I don't think so, either. In fact, I find it rather irritating. Ruthie: "Don't I look cool?" Mary: "Downright frosty!" "Frosty"? ["At first, I thought ‘word,’ but actually I might start saying that." -- Sars] Mary: "How'd you play?" Ruthie: "I don't mean to brag, but I've got moves I've never seen." Ruthie. Shut. Up. Ruthie goes to change back into her clothes, and Mary spots the pamphlet that was given to Annie by the Afghanistani woman earlier. As she studies it, Kenny G's orchestra swells in a minor key, which all of a sudden makes me heartily interested and concerned. Not. I'm so glad it's time for a commercial.