Later that night, every light is on in the Fisher house, which is now the Fisher/Charles house. David proudly gives George a tour of the place. The room that used to be one of the laundry rooms is now "video game central." David proudly says that he's made it to Moscow on Tony Hawk Underground. "You can't imagine the respect it bought me." They move on to the living room with its new windows, where Keith is reading to Maya while Claire takes a photo of them. Ruth leads Bettina down the stairs, saying, "It's like I never lived here." Bettina complains about the beige, until she gets to the kitchen, which she loves. Before we get a good look at that, though, there's a glimpse of Brenda playing poker with the kids in whatever room lies beyond the kitchen. "Does it hurt to have a baby?" Anthony asks. "Yes, it does," Brenda understates. And now we get a look at the kitchen, where the walls are all done in red with white trim and cabinets, with a giant chrome stove and hood that looks like an evil robot. "It's a little intimidating," Ruth confesses to Bettina. "It's gay," Bettina corrects. "It's a 100\% gay kitchen." Bettina comments that the old table looks a little out of place, and Ruth says the guys will get around to getting rid of it. Sure they will. After gutting and redecorating the entire house in a matter of weeks, I can't imagine them not "getting around to" anything. And one minute later, the long tracking shot that constituted that entire scene is over.
Cut to the dining room, where everyone's sitting around the table reminiscing about Nate. Claire recalls the Ecstasy incident, and Anthony asks what Ecstasy is. "It's medicine," David explains, and everyone laughs. Brenda remembers Nate groping her at that dinner, and Ruth says she remembers walking in on them in much more compromising positions. Brenda laughs that they're not getting into that with "younger ears at the table." "What? Tell me!" Durrell says. "What, tell me," Bettina adds. David brings up a story about when Nate was a junior in high school, and he'd started a new wave band with the guy who ran over himself in "Dancing for Me" and their idiot buddy. David describes Nate's giant eighties hair, and he remembers sitting next to Nate at the table and noticing that a spider had spun a web in Nate's hair. Everyone laughs. David says he didn't say anything at the time, because of how cool Nate wanted to be. "And I wanted him to be that cool. I wanted him to be the coolest brother anybody had ever had." There's a long silence. George steps up to his traditional role of taking over when David trails off, and raises his wine glass, saying, "To Nate." Ruth smiles at him. David raises his red wine and responds, "To Nate." "To Nate," Bettina toasts with her tumbler. "To Nate," says Claire with her red wine. "To Nate," says Keith, at the foot of the table with something with a slice of fruit in a highball glass, easily the gayest drink at the table. "To my first-born," Ruth says with her red wine. "To Uncle Nate," say Anthony and Durrell, with their water and milk, respectively. Brenda says to Maya, "Can you say, 'To Daddy'?" "To Daddy," Maya says, hoisting a nearly empty bottle of Night Train. Not really. Finally, Brenda says, "To Nate," and sips her whisky or whatever. Everyone drinks. Moment of silence. "May he rest in peace," David says. Fade to white.