Panel 1: I guess not. We find ourselves at the jewelers the next day as the two of them go ring shopping. Liz exposits on the alleged weirdness of shopping for a ring on her lunch break as Anthony states that ring shopping is always a hoot, this being his second bite of the apple and all.
Panel 2: She finds it hard to decide which one she likes best when Anthony passively-aggressively forces the issue. She should get used to this because she is marrying a man like her father.
Panel 3: His choice has matching bands for the man and woman. Since they're starting to blend together physically, this is an appropriate choice.
Panel 4: They marvel at the beauty of his selection.
Panel 5: He states that their permanence is symbol of their permanence. The Kool-Aid Quaffers will gush about how great this is. I remember something they don't: Therese had the same hopes (and promises) of permanence only to have them cruelly dashed by suburban vermin who treated her like a pariah for the unforgivable crime of expecting "Forsaking all others" to apply to Liz Patterson, not to mention fixing her hopes on a lying rat who couldn't get over his sick fantasy of rescuing said idiot bitch.