But then they're at home and she's looking at the wedding pictures, and all V can say is, "She's beautiful." It's like, there's no question about what's going to happen or what kind of fight they get to have about it, because V's not like that. It's just like, "What are Team Kev & V going to do about this?" They are awesome. The story is that the wife is nuts and a drunk and used to throw plates at him, and he has these scars, and he always wanted to tell her but eventually it just seemed like a horrible dream because he was so young. "Look like a douchebag with that mullet," she says, and it's as close to yelling at him as she's going to get. I don't know why I assumed it would get trashy, I guess I just should be a more trusting person, but either way it's neat.
Later they're hanging out on a porch somewhere upstairs with Fiona, and she comes up with the idea of getting ordained online and doing the marriage herself, because then they can have the wedding and be married, but not married-married, because she'll just forget to file the license, and it won't get flagged. Brilliant Fiona. V's so excited about this that she nearly falls off the railing onto her head, and they all crack up about how bad that would have sucked: "Showing up at your wedding fucking paralyzed and shit?"
Frank's not too worried about the biopsy until Sheila breaks down about it, and Eddie's carrying like a giant cross around the house because his Bible Study group is doing the Passion and whatever, and then when he's gone creepy Sheila leans down and goes, "I have two plots at Oak Woods Cemetery. One was for Eddie. Nothing would make me happier than to bury you in one of them." I hear ya, sister. "Wait there for me," she whispers into his ear and it's so fucking creepy that right then, he decides he's going to die.
Mama's got this preacher who married like their entire family and says crap like, "A cleft palate is merely the mark God leaves when he kisses a person before they're born," which even Mama laughs about ("That girl's mama just skipped the folic acid!"), and then he starts talking about taking them on one of those encounter weekends so they can get right with God or whatever, make sure they're ready, and with barely a look at each other both Kev and V pull on their jackets as a team and go outside to talk about this latest thing.