The thing that drives me crazy about the music cue is that it's always exactly the same. I'm sure they could sometimes start it later in the catchy tune, or find an equally horrid and cheap twangy clip to use that wouldn't cost them anything. Besides, look at all the money they've already saved by showing the same things over and over again!
Clearly not at work, Bart's at the castle to meet with Tracy the Useless Wedding Coordinator. He shows up in a tee that says, "I do all my own stunts," and after laughing, Shelayna gets her briiiidezilla face on and makes him change into a sweater. The best thing about this staged drama is that they arrived together, and presumably she noticed sometime during their four-hour drive that he was wearing said t-shirt, but it gives us such a riveting television moment this way. I'm already siding with Bart about Tracy, because when we meet her, she turns out to have an ultimate bitchface. Shelayna's sitting opposite her at a table in a chair that's not high enough, so she looks like a five-year-old trying to peer over the edge. Tracy takes Shelayna through the list of charges, and these are just ridiculous, including paying extra for cleaning and security. Shouldn't those things be included already? Shelayna is just writing the check, laughing at or ignoring Bart's protests. He asks about each item, and Tracy has an answer (and a smirk) for everything. Shelayna just writes out the check, and Bart goes and wanders around. He comes back in to complain, but Tracy just wears her self-satisfied smile as he talks. He gives up, since the contract is signed, but gripes about the highway robbery. Afterward, he resorts to what he knows and makes a bunch of jokes to get Shelayna back on his good side. In the truck, she complains about him being mean and tells him the show should be "Groomzilla." Or I guess you could call it "I don't care where my money goes-zilla."