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.
Two guys dressed like extras from The Sopranos sit in Daniel's office, waiting. Daniel walks up, and his secretary informs him that there are two men waiting for him, and she thinks they're the gay couple. As Daniel walks in, one of the guys tries to fix the other's collar, further providing gay evidence. So they have one of those TV conversations where Daniel thinks they're the gay couple who want to join the church, and the Vaporelli brothers worry that the church won't allow them to do their job. The secretary enters and tells Daniel that the gay couple is waiting for him outside. Daniel realizes that he's speaking to the Vaporellis. Ha ha! Ha?
Judith bursts into Victoria's house and says that she needs a drink. Judith is appalled by Victoria's cheap vodka, and Victoria explains that she and Jessie drank "the good stuff." Judith is surprised that Jessie is back in the picture. Victoria details how Jessie treated her to a bathtub martini, which apparently involves being naked and pouring alcohol over someone. Sounds like a waste of good liquor to me. (There's a "Liquor? I hardly know 'er!" joke in there somewhere. Help yourself.) Judith finds a tiny airline bottle of vodka and starts ranting to Victoria about their mother and the deed situation. Victoria already knew about it, and adds that she has the deed to her own house. Judith is disgusted with the whole situation. Jessie walks in and eavesdrops as Judith says that she can't believe irresponsible Victoria gets to own her home while dependable Judith doesn't. Victoria offers to take out a mortgage on her home, and Judith says that the missing money has been found, so there's no need. Jessie is interested in this information. Judith flips out and screams at her sister. She is losing it. She stomps out, but not before yelling, "Homeowners always keep top-shelf vodka available for their guests."