So then Rory is going to pose as her brother, a gondola driver, and there's sort of an icky thing where Amy asserts that Rory is more believable as her brother, while the Doctor is more believable as her boyfriend -- not her father, given that he looks about nine years old -- or something. It squicks everybody out, even Isabella's dad who hasn't had to sit through this shit all season. The Doctor is like, "Can we please not talk about this even though I keep setting it up to talk about this." Luckily, he's so great that he sells even this.
They head into the Veela school and Rory does a bunch of cute stuff, and they think about how Amy is just perfect for getting raped by fish, and old Frenchy licks his lips and whirls around and does a back handspring and whatever is ridiculous and fey, and they kick Rory out and she's like, "Tell Uncle... Doctor... I'll see you both pretty soon, okay? I'll be fine!"
I bet she won't be, but then she will be, and then it'll be dicey for awhile, but everything will work out in the end. I also bet that the Doctor is going to save Venice somehow, and everybody will clap for him like that time he took a ride in a balloon. So they stick Amy in this Spartan sort of cell and she meets Isabella, who is well down the road to becoming a vampire lady: "They, um... They come at night. They gather around my bed and they take me to a room with this green light and a chair with straps, as if for a surgeon." HOW AWFUL. Hearing about this stuff is much scarier than seeing it. End result: "I wake up here. And the sunlight burns my skin like candle wax."
Rory and the Doctor have that same fight again, and is she in terrible danger or what, and Rory brings up the kissing, and the Doctor's like, "Now? You want to do this now?" Rory points out, cleverly, that he's "getting married in 430 years" and thus has a right to know. Sometimes that joke doesn't work, but this time it did. The Doctor explains about the Angels and that, and how it was the scariest episode for Amy personally ever, and then they were no longer in danger. Okay, but what Rory wants to know is did he kiss her back. "No. I kissed her mouth." NICE. Rory is not as impressed by that as anybody else would be, but he has a right to be unimpressed. The Doctor says that in any normal circumstance it would have been Rory she kissed, because he belongs in her life, and thus: Venice 1580. "Can we go and see the vampires now, please?"