Once Grace has gone, Grandma starts criticizing Judith's appearance. Man, she really does know how to push buttons. Judith brings the conversation back to the ownership of her home. Grandma says that she let them live in it, but didn't give them the house, because she didn't want them to sell it, since the house has been in their family for generations. Judith says that they weren't planning on selling it. Grandma thinks Judith can't be trusted with valuable things. She adds, "I'm going to own that house until the day I die, and after that, I just hope I'm someplace where I won't hear what you do with it." That said, Grandma walks away, leaving Judith to stew alone.
Back on the golf course, Roger asks if his buddies, the Warwicks, have contacted Daniel about joining the church. Daniel says that they have an appointment later that day, and adds that a gay couple will be looking to join the church as well. Roger scoffs that he thought the seven gays they have already were more than enough. He knows exactly how many gay people go to his church? I wonder if he knows about Peter. Anyway, Roger points out that they already have members of the church named Warwick, a son to the potential new member, and that the current Warwicks have been really generous. The problem is that the son and the father don't get along, because the father recently married a much younger woman. Daniel doesn't see the problem, and asks if Roger is suggesting that he turn the older Warwick away to protect the donations of Warwick Jr. Roger would never suggest such a thing, except that he totally is suggesting it. Daniel tells Roger to do his own dirty work, and Roger agrees to talk to Warwick Sr. Daniel realizes that's going to be a train wreck, and agrees to do it himself, which is what Roger wanted all along. Daniel should just throw a drink in his face.