Billy, the contractor who first alerted Daniel to the bounced-check situation, runs into Daniel's office all upset that he's hired the Vaporellis. Roger shows up too. Billy is outraged, and Daniel tries to explain things. Billy says, "I thought priests were supposed to be good. You have no idea who you're getting in bed with." Billy storms off, and Roger tries to smooth things over, telling Daniel that Roger should have been consulted on this decision. Daniel totally rips on him for his pretended familiarity with the Mafiosi. Throw a drink in his face!
Before services on Sunday, Adam intercepts Caroline as she's walking into the church with her parents. Caroline tries to avoid him, but Adam doesn't get the message. Caroline finally tells him that she's being sent away because of him, and yells, "I want you out of my life!" Adam stands there, dumbfounded, as Judith watches the whole interchange with sympathy. Nora smirks at him. Judith asks Adam if he's okay, and he says that he's fine.
Daniel gives his sermon about acceptance. He hammers home the point that the Episcopalian church has a motto of welcoming all with arms open. As he talks, the camera focuses in on Adam and Caroline, on Judith and her mother, and on Warwicks Senior and Junior.
The choir starts singing. Grace and Peter are both members, as is Peter's crush. Yoda sits in the congregation and watches Grace with love. After the services, Peter compliments his crush and suggests that they do a duet. And he doesn't mean in choir, I don't think. His crush brings up Peter's date with his sister, Adele. Peter makes a reference to being gay, but totally blows it when his crush alludes to being gay. Before Peter can clear things up, or not, Grace runs in and asks Peter to hide her from Yoda, who claims he's converting to be Episcopalian. Grace tries to blow him off, but somehow Yoda invites himself to family dinner.