Inside, Catherine tells Lillian that Robert told her what's going on, and she's happy for him. Lillian attempts to pretend that the words coming out of Catherine's mouth make any sense to her. Before the conversation can get much further, Boopsie interrupts to simper that nobody's talking to Jimmy. Lillian asks Boopsie where she finds "these characters." Boopsie thinks Lillian doesn't approve of Jimmy because he's Jewish. She tells Grandma, who is literally clutching her necklace, that she likes the fact that Jimmy is Jewish and might even convert to Judaism herself. Grandma calls the idea absurd. Boopsie tells Lillian that sometimes she can be a "judgmental bitch." Catherine gasps, partly in shock, but mostly to keep from laughing. Boopsie announces, loudly, "Come on, Jimmy, we're leaving. Let's go home and have sex!" Jimmy thanks the other Greeleys for dinner as he ambles out with his wacky flapper girlfriend.
Upstairs, Lily and Henry sit on Lily's bed as she explains the details of Catherine's story of Phillip and Meredith to him. Henry wonders why Catherine didn't just tell Lily the truth in the first place. Lily repeats the whole "Greeleys suppress the bad stuff" thing. Henry is skeptical. He offers to do some more research, if that's what Lily wants. Lily agrees. Awkward pause. Lily decides to tell Henry about the dream she had about him. She tells Henry that he kissed her in the dream. Awkwardly, Henry leans over and kisses her for real. Great -- now tell him about the part where he blew his own head off and see what he does. Wisely, she leaves that part out. And by the way, I've waited two episodes to give them a chance. But as it stands, these two have no chemistry. I'm not sure if they're supposed to or not, yet. Henry's agenda is still ambiguous. Lily asks why Henry's interested in her family. Henry claims that he's not; he's just interested in her.