Jill's family, on the other hand, is just generally trash-talking Kevin, and Jill is pretty much joining in, not objecting to the characterization of her fiancé as a "mama's boy," for instance. Man, with every passing moment I dislike these people a little bit more. Finally, Jill's family leaves, Kevin's family leaves, and this unhappy event takes another step toward completion. As he tosses and turns in bed later, Kevin says that he "knows it's going to turn out the way it's supposed to." Elsewhere, Jill reads in bed and talks about how she misses Kevin. Finally, she turns out the light.
The sun comes up and -- hey -- it's the day of the wedding! Man, I thought we would never get here. It's four hours before the ceremony. Jill gets zipped into her dress and has her necklace put on. When her parents arrive, they act shocked, as if they hadn't just seen her in the dress yesterday. "Oh, Jill, oh my gosh," Scary Anthony says helpfully.
As Kevin gets dressed, he explains that he'd love to be able to talk to Jill and tell her where he stands. We can't have that, of course, because it would interfere with the drama. He looks happy and excited as he gets all tuxed up. He tells us that he "hopes [he] can keep [his] composure" when he sees Jill in her dress.
Duane watches the preparation of Billie Jeanne. He is teary, of course. "Everything's going your way," Duane remarks. "I hope nothing bad happens," Billie Jeanne says in response. Wow, it's raining anvils. Duck!
Tony puts his tie on. He tells us that he has made his decision, but it's always possible that at the last minute, he will change his mind.
Billie Jeanne squeals in delight as she is loaded into her dress. There's some kind of very complex ribbon lacing on the back, which someone is kind enough to work on for her. I've always been very wary of those Houdini dresses, but it does seem appropriate to include vague escape artist imagery.