Daniel says goodbye to the members of his congregation. Junior Warwick walks out and acts all pissed, because he thinks Daniel's sermon was directed toward him specifically. Which it kind of was. Senior walks out and says how much he enjoyed the sermon, which is enough to make Junior vow never to set foot in the church again. Senior's new wife tells Junior to grow up, and Daniel steps in before punches are thrown. Daniel pulls Junior aside and says that Senior loves Junior, and that Junior is being kind of a dick about the whole thing. Junior gives the big reveal that would have rendered this storyline useless if anyone had mentioned it about thirty minutes ago: "My father's wife? Is my ex-wife."
So now everyone is in Daniel's office: Senior, Mrs. Senior (former Mrs. Junior, of course), Junior, and Mrs. Junior. And Daniel. Mrs. Junior never knew that Junior was married before. Senior didn't know that Junior and Mrs. Senior were married before either. Wow, close father-son relationship there. Junior explains that the marriage didn't last that long, and Mrs. Senior adds that it was all about sex. Daniel finally gets everyone to shut up, and says that they need to figure out how to begin to heal. Senior says that he just wants them to be a family again. Junior asks how Seinor can say that when he walked out on his first wife, Junior's mother. Daniel urges Senior to tell the truth, and Senior reveals that his first wife didn't love him, and was cheating on him. Junior wishes he'd known that earlier. He apologizes, and Junior and Senior hug. Mrs. Junior is still hung up on the whole hidden-marriage aspect, which is kind of bugging me too, but I find that I don't care enough to think about it for long. I suspect that the writers felt the same way. I don't know why the writers feel like they have to have a weekly subplot involving parishioners. There's certainly enough material just in the Webster family to fill an hour.
Family dinner. Daniel asks Victoria where Jessie is, and Victoria says that she's sick. Daniel talks to Yoda and makes a Star Wars joke. Everyone groans, but seriously. How could you not make a Star Wars joke under those circumstances? Yoda speaks, Grace is mortified, and Judith smoothes things over. Adam brings up Peter's date with Adele. Daniel emphasizes that Peter doesn't need to go through with the date just to appease Bishop Grandpa. Peter says that it's fine, and Judith thinks it sounds fun. Yoda catches his snap and asks Peter, "You're gay?" Peter chews for a while and then says yes. Victoria rushes to announce, "Me too!" In the kitchen, Rainy drops a tray or something and apologizes. Peter, Grace, and Adam are all amused at Victoria's announcement. Judith is quick to say that it's just a one-time deal, but Victoria's not so sure. Adam says that Peter can take Victoria to the meetings, and Victoria totally takes him seriously, until Peter informs her that they don't have meetings, they have parades. Grace realizes that Jessie is Victoria's lover. Adam and Peter are shocked. Victoria brings up the bathtub martini until Judith puts a stop to it, claiming that she needs to protect young Yoda. Yoda is fine with it, adding, "My aunt says she's a man trapped in a woman's body." Everyone cracks up.