Dinner time. James leads the prayer (it's the story of Jacob wrestling the angel) as PG watches him. Crazy Aunt Lady ends the grace with, "That's a very strange grace, James." James says he thought it was fitting. As the family makes chit chat about James and tobacco, PG starts throwing her napkin on the ground. Annie gives it back to her. Napkin on the ground. Annie puts it back. Captain starts talking about weevils. James is to take care of the weevils. Napkin on the ground. PG puts her hand in the food and starts a tantrum. Annie starts to take PG's food away as Mrs. Keller pleads to let PG have her way since she just got home. "We've hardly had an hour with her." Honey, we're going on hour two, and trust me, you just want to let PG leave the room right now and give you some damn peace. The girl is fucking creepy. Annie starts the whole "Don't let her get her way" diatribe and pleads with the Captain to let her work. Everyone is indignant that Helen will have to be punished since Mrs. Keller made all of Helen's favorite foods. Annie allows the Kellers to have their way. She sits down and says, "Please. Pass me more of Helen's favorite foods." Mrs. Keller tells Annie to take PG. She does. More groaning and wailing. The Captain says he doesn't want her to have to leave the table. More railing from Annie. The Captain puts PG back into her chair and asks for her plate back. Annie hands him the plate. He hands PG a fork. It is quiet while everyone looks embarrassed. PG throws the fork and the napkin and begins eating with her hands. She stands to start eating from everyone's plate as the Cello of Defiance kicks in. Annie tries to stop PG, but PG throws the pitcher of water in Annie's face. Annie picks her up and takes her out of the room. She yells at the Kellers and says she's taking her outside to refill the pitcher. Crazy Aunt Lady asks Captain how he could let Annie speak to him that way. The Captain starts to run after Annie, but James stands up and gives his "Let Her Go" monologue, with which he finally stands up to his father in resolution of the Subplot of Time Wasting.
Pamie: "And I won't talk to the other farmer about your stupid weevils."
Stee: "And I'm no longer calling you Captain. I'm calling you Lieutenant from now on."
The Captain sits down and thanks James.
Rock ON! We're almost done, people.
Annie drags the drooling PG over to the water pump. She puts PG's hand on the pump and spells it. "P-U-M-P."