Standing next to her own mom, Barb happily returns Sarah's wave, smiling bigger than she has all afternoon. So of course this is right when Wayne tugs on her sleeve and says, "Mother would like to have a visit with you and Dad in the front driveway." Barb excuses herself. It's not clear that Nancy knows who Wayne is, but she might be about to figure it out.
Nicki actually has the nerve to look pissed as she waits out front, with Margene standing next to her. And now we see that Margene should have listened to Nicki and stayed in the car, because while her hair and makeup look great, her dress? Oh, dear, no. Nicki demands of Barb, "Are you leaving us again?" Barb says they're overreacting (always a self-fulfilling comment), and tells them to go home before they wreck her chances of reconciling with her mother. Margene's not buying it: "You trumped this all up because you're angry that I'm having dinner with Larry and Susie." Which doesn't even register on Barb's list of priorities right now. Nicki brings up the attempted kidnapping of Ben, and Margene piles on, saying, "You don't approve of Ben living the Principle, but what are we living, Barb?" Voices are getting raised, which is another way you can tell it's a TV wedding. Bill comes out, asking what's going on, followed by Ben and the other kids. Margene accuses Bill of always choosing Barb, and announces, "I like the Weber people. They are real people, and we're keeping it!" Poor Margene, having an argument that nobody else is having. Suddenly she and Nicki are on opposite sides, so Nicki tells Margene to hush, and Bill tells them both to go home. And then Nicki turns on Bill, saying Alby stopped by again. "Did you know about what the Greenes were going to do to my father? Did you put the Greenes up to shooting my father for Weber Gaming?" Angrily, Bill says, "Don't ever question me on that level again. It was business. I got stuck between them. And this discussion is over." In other words, "Kind of." He yells at them that they're all going ahead with Weber Gaming, together, "IN HARMONY!"