Over at Jill's, yet another knock on the door brings her family, which is coming over to have dinner. Jill is in a gauzy dress that's supposed to make her look romantic or something. I don't know. I'm not sure what the point is of having dinner with your family if you have to wear an uncomfortable dress like that. Isn't the whole point of family that you can look like a schlub in front of them? Scary Anthony offers a toast that includes the powerful and emotional blessing, "If this is the way it's going to be, so be it." Wow. Don't choke on your overwhelming enthusiasm, there.
Kevin's family shows up at last, including his grandma, whom he tells that she's pretty. Aw. See, I told you he was a good guy. Over dinner, the family returns to the not-that-interesting debate about Jill and Playboy. Meanwhile, at the Nic family dinner, Jill is whining about how she felt like Kevin's family wanted her to be "Miss Prissy Proper," which I guess is what it means when you don't think a person who's married should pose naked in a magazine if it's going to upset her husband. Hey, by that definition, I'm Miss Prissy Proper! Score! She goes on to say that before his family showed up, Kevin thought that the Playboy pictures were fine and beautiful, but when his family showed up, he changed his mind. It's remarkable how she continues to miss the line that Kevin was drawing between not being offended that she once posed for Playboy on one hand, and taking the position that after they're married, he'd rather she wouldn't do it again on the other hand.
Back at Kevin's, he interviews that his family is just trying to make sure that Jill is the right woman for him before they take her into their family. One of Kevin's peeps makes the point that Kevin really shouldn't go through with this unless he's entirely sure that he loves Jill and that the marriage will last forever. Bunky (Kevin's mom) psychoanalyzes that maybe Jill didn't get enough attention "growing up in the family she did" (ouch) or didn't get "the love that we have in this family" (double ouch), so she might not be able to love him as much as he would love her. Not that Kevin's mom is being a stuck-up, self-righteous snob or anything.