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William Holmes Varden, who, with his wife Olive, has been coming to the Chez Louisiane for years, drives off a bridge in the rain while intoxicated, and the family retains lawyer Jan Rudy, who was raised by Olive, to sue the restaurant on the grounds that they let him leave the premises and drive while intoxicated. Unfortunately, the restaurant does not have nearly enough insurance. Bubba advises Frank to let the insurance company lawyer handle the matter, but then he begins to investigate and discovers that William, who worked all his life as an "odd jobs yard man," knew he was dying of lung cancer and had no life insurance to take care of his large family living in the projects of New Orleans, so, figuring that the restaurants insurance would pay off, staged his own suicide. Bubba appeals to Olive, reminding her, among other things, that whenever somebody got married or buried, the Chez was there, even when people couldnt pay up front, and when the "Civil Rights trouble" began, ...