Livia sits with a female doctor. The doctor tells Livia she's doing well, and Livia snaps that she knows her alphabet. Janice walks in and tells Livia she's got good news. She says that Tony's not going to sell the house, and they can both go back to the house so Janice can take care of her. Livia looks at the doctor and announces, "So you can not resuscitate me?" Janice asks what Livia is talking about. Livia tells the doctor that Janice once sold her ballet shoes for amphetamines. The doctor says that was a long time ago, and she should live with Janice. Livia says she's going to leave all of her money to the doctor. Janice asks what money. The doctor excuses herself. Livia asks Janice where her money is. She says she told her last week and now she can't remember. Janice looks at the warning sign behind Livia's head. It's an "In Case Of Fire, Use Stairs" sign, and there's a drawing of a man walking down stairs. Livia calls Janice by the wrong name and asks where her money is. Janice tells Livia that she's Janice, and imagines the sign is of Livia falling down stairs. Livia accuses Janice of throwing away some of her things; she asks Janice if she's sure she didn't tell her where the money is hidden. Janice says they aren't going to worry about that now, and they should concentrate on her getting better. Then, when they get home, they'll find the money if it's there.
Uncle Junior is shaving himself in the shower. He accidentally drops his razor. As he leans down to pick it up, he slips and falls hard in the tub. "Your sister's cunt!" he screams in pain. I love this show for many reasons, but one of them is learning new ways to curse.
There's gospel singing outside the Reverend's apartment. Tony shows up and finds out that Rev. Sr. passed away. The Reverend tells Tony that Rev. Sr. wouldn't have approved of their business arrangement. Tony says he figured that much. They walk down the street, and the Reverend asks Tony if he still has his parents. Tony says his father's been dead for years, and that his mother is too miserable to die. The Reverend says that generation is almost gone, and when they're gone, then they're the oldest people at the family functions. He says it feels funny being "an elder" now. Tony hands him an envelope and says it's his end of the demonstration bust-up. The Reverend says his guys went a bit too far. They haggle amounts, figuring Junior into the equation. Tony says he'll think about it. He apologizes about Rev. Sr. and walks off. His cell phone rings. He asks, "He did? Where is he now?"