Peter's raging against the machine, blaming Heather for numerous social ills as well as the death of his pappy. He blames Chandler for wanting to tell Richard about the fling on that fateful night. Peter might as well blame his agent, for obvious reasons. A doctor interrupts the rant. She's wearing some awful gray wig that would have made the Founding Fathers jealous. She informs Chandler and Peter that Heather's resting and should not be disturbed. As Chandler escorts the doctor to the door, Tom shows up. Whoever he is, he's just the guy Peter's been waiting for. He's Richard's attorney. Oh, that Tom. He's also one of Richard's closest friends. Richard's death has been a major shock for the entire firm. Peter gets straight to business. He assumes that all of his father's affairs are in order? "For the most part," Tom mysteriously replies. Peter glosses right over this and mentions the formal reading of the will before his brain catches up to his mouth: "For the most part?" Apparently there was a slight oversight on Richard's part. The last time he updated his will was six months ago, before he had met and married Heather. Consequently, she's not mentioned in the will. Peter's thrilled. He tries to cover up his glee and fakes grief over daddy's kicking the bucket.
Laurie's on the phone at Gwen's house, reminding the newspaper to mention that the service is a private affair for friends and family only. Why talk to the press at all then? Gwen wants to go over to the funeral home for a viewing of the corpse. Laurie's got twenty calls to make and will try to go over tomorrow. The phone rings, and it's the bishop guy from the wedding episode. He'll be performing the service on the following day. Jack suddenly appears, unannounced, at the back door. He didn't want to ring the doorbell, but his silver Hawaiian shirt is so loud that I'm sure they heard him coming. Gwen and Jack exchange pleasantries and then they hug.