Nora directs Rose to get the garlic press out of a drawer, because Rose can't chop, so they will have to suffer through inferior pressed garlic on their lamb. Rose opens a drawer and finds the photo of Nora, Saul and Brody that Nora had shoved in there earlier. She asks Nora about it and Nora tells her who is in the picture and then more or less grabs it out of her hands and tells her to slice the damn green beans and stop being so nosy. Walker hospitality can't be beat with a stick and a bat and a broom and a mace.
While Rose is wading through the undercurrents of hostility at Walker Manor, Sarah is giving Tommy a tour of her new radio station. Tommy is really excited for her and reminds her that she used to be on the radio back in high school. How did she forget that exactly? Oh right, early onset Alzheimer's. Trust me, it will be a storyline next season. Tommy tells her about his new business plan, which involves working with Rose to buy low and sell high on the housing market. Basically, flipping, which worked out so well for so long. Sarah is a little skeptical what with the burst housing bubble and the bazillion foreclosures, but Tommy assures her they know what they are doing. The only problem is, they have no money to start buying. The banks won't talk to them for some undisclosed reason, so would she perhaps be interested in a substantial financial investment in their company? Sarah, who like all the other Walkers has no manners, doesn't hold back: Is this why he came down to L.A. in the first place? To hit her up for a loan? He doesn't even call her or email. She didn't know he had a girlfriend let alone one he lived with. There is no way she is giving him money for a risky business proposition. Sarah is so offended she forgets to ask Tommy to walk her down the aisle.
The softball game continues with Dr. Africa running from the pitcher's mound to save a ball that Justin was angling for. They argue about who had the ball and Justin is getting angry at Dr. Africa. I was going to try to work some ball joke in there, but just make up your own, okay?
While Kevin was catching up with his brothers, Scotty and Olivia are spending the afternoon shopping up a storm. Scotty has suggested they play a round of everybody's favorite 1980s game show Supermarket Sweep and he is feverishly running up and down the aisles trying to get everything on his half of the list. Olivia, however, is not exactly excited about playing a game she has never heard of and perhaps being abandoned in the grocery store by her foster father. I mean, really Scotty, the girl has abandonment issues, don't ditch her in the grocery store! To rebel, Olivia hasn't gotten anything on her list and instead has opted for a basket full of delicious seeming neon colored food. Scotty suggests they get swiss chard instead, but relents to let her get one pack of Neon Rainbow Flavored Sour Skittle Delights now with Vitamins.
At the softball game, Justin is rounding the bases and heading for home. As he reaches home plate, the ump calls him OUT. Being more than a little grouchy already and more than a smidge competitive, Justin argues with the ref. Adding insult to injury, despite being on the same team as Justin, Dr. Africa rushes out to agree with the umpire. Justin and Dr. Africa start hollering at each other so Annie comes out to referee their fight, which is getting uglier by the second. Justin calls him Dr. Douche! Hey, I'll do the name calling around here. Then Justin calls him an asshat, which is a stupid thing to call anyone, because what?! Then Dr. Africa shoves Justin and suddenly everyone is screaming, "Fight! Fight!" and laying bets, while Annie just curls her hair around her finger and watches two men fight over her. Every girl's dream, right?
Later, Annie escorts Justin to dinner at Walker Manor. I know, right? She was just so touched by his testosterone-fueled behavior that not only is she still speaking to him, but she is totally going to put out, too. Justin introduces her to Tommy and Annie laughs about all the excitement at the game. Instead of being completely ashamed of his horrifying behavior, Justin still grouses about the call at home plate. Everyone laughs at the hilariousness of it all.
The best parenting decision that Scotty and Kevin have ever made is the good sense not to take Olivia to a Walker family dinner. Yet. Obviously one is inevitable, although Kitty has never brought Evan... well, anywhere, but definitely not to a family dinner. Paige and Cooper rarely make appearances either, so perhaps Olivia will be spared the degradation and most likely flashback-inducing arguments that accompany a Walker dinner party like a condiment. However, Kevin is pretty disappointed that Olivia never texted him back and he needs her to know that since she is part of this family now, they do have expectations. Olivia doesn't get it. If she is with Scotty, why does she have to text Kevin back? And can she go to her room and color now? She is excused so Scotty and Kevin can exchange long suffering looks about this freaking Afterschool Special the writers have chucked them into.
Awkward family supper time! Nora, Saul, Justin, Annie, Tommy, Rose, Luc and Sarah are all gathered around the dinner table. Luc has a big announcement: He and Sarah have set a date for the wedding! Save the Date, America: May 15. I expect an engraved invitation complete with tissue paper and calligraphy hand delivered to my doorstep no later than next week. Saul makes the grave error of asking about business and Rose tells him all about their brilliant house flipping plan. Immediately Sarah gets her puss on and starts making sour comments, but everyone else loves the idea. Annie even has a cousin who does it. Justin warns her not to take sides, which is annoying. At this point, I hope Annie runs off with Dr. Africa. I mean, Justin is certainly not turning on the charm and, frankly, is giving her no reason to stay. Then Sarah starts in and bitterly bitches about Tommy and money and working together. Then Justin starts being a dick, too, still about the softball game. Annie tries to make light of it, with some good-natured teasing, but Justin is having none of it. The Walkers all laugh that he has always been wildly competitive. Um, there's competitive and there's fist fights on the field. No excuses!
Out of the blue, Nora suggests that Sarah hire Tommy at the radio station, which is BEYOND awkward. I mean, Tommy lives in Seattle, has a girlfriend, a home, a daughter who lives there, and supposedly a job, why the heck should Sarah be forced to hire her brother? Then the Walkers kick it up a notch. Tommy goes balls out putting Sarah on the spot and she returns the assault with a no hold