Chief is still doing interviews. A woman walks in she's Rose Atwell, the new neighbor. She brought over a pie. Literally, although I'm guessing at some future point that will also be symbolic.
Tommy leaves Debbie with a legal pad full of notes and wishes her luck. Sheila walks out on the porch, glances at the notepad, and tosses it into the bushes. Johnny calls Tommy and says that the signature on Kevin's letter is a match with Father Murph. Johnny and Mick are waiting for Kevin outside the church, and Tommy agrees to join them to confront Father Murph.
Tommy, Johnny, and Mick enter the church and walk down the aisle. All three stop to bless themselves from the holy water font, which was a nice touch. Mick doesn't think this should be too complicated, because they'll just convince Father Murph to make another career choice or else. Tommy thinks it's creepy being in church, alone, at night. Johnny says that the last time he was, it was to make out with Patty Jenkins. Tommy and Mick both made out with her in the church too, and Tommy wonders where she is now. Johnny suggests that she's still in the confessional, where he left her with her skirt over her head. Tommy can't believe that Johnny banged her in the confessional, and through gesture, Mick indicates that he did the same.
Father Murph comes in and asks if he can help them. He makes a joke about needing backup for their confessions, if that's why they're there, and Mick says that they're not the ones who need to confess, and that they're there to talk about Ricky. Father Murph says that Ricky's a great kid, and Mick agrees that he was, before Father Murph put his hands on him. Father Murph plays dumb, and Tommy asks flat out if Father Murph touched the boy. Father Murph acts incensed that they even asked. Mick asks if Father Murph is really denying it, and Father Murph says he is. If they really wanted to go for the religious symbolism, they would have had Father Murph deny it three times and then have a cock crow. Although on this show, "cock" has a very different definition. Johnny makes Father Murph says that he's never touched Ricky, and Mick asks about Kevin. Father Murph asks if they can talk somewhere else.