Matthew Gilardi discusses the difficulties of convincing the Fishers to sell to Kroehner's with his superior Mitzi Dalton Huntley while golfing, and one of the balls hits Tracy Montrose Blair's aunt Lillian Grace Montrose. Tracy is her usual difficult self while refusing to sign the Fishers' service contract, changing her mind completely about what kind of service to have, and being finicky over the only coffin available of the chosen kind, but shows a different side of herself when revealing why she's so devoted to keeping this funeral perfect. Claire is unaware that Gabe robs a convenience store, but still fears for him when she dreams that her father predicts his life won't last much longer. Father Jack is reprimanded for presiding over a lesbian marriage, and when the deacons get to an argument over this David is forced to voice his opinion as a tie-breaking vote, so his secret is revealed and he is dismissed quietly in order to keep Fr. Jack there. Ruth and Hiram decide their ... Written by
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Marc Foster, Jr. was the only casualty (aside from protagonists) to be "seen" in more than one episode after his death (he'd died the episode before, but David gets a message from him here). See more
You are one incredibly difficult and sometimes infuriating woman, and I cannot imagine my life without you. Promise me you'll be a better driver. Promise me you'll take care of yourself. Promise me you'll live as long as you can. 'Cause I don't know what I'd do if I lost you. So, if you wanna get married, I'm all for it.
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