63-year-old polygamous family leader "Daddy" leaves behind 5 wives and numerous children of The People clan, making the Fishers intrigued about their spiritual and cultural beliefs, like their guarding his body throughout the embalming. Ruth gives Arthur an unwanted kiss and instantly breaks her vow not to do it again, so struggles to find a new way for her to express her passions for Arthur. Terry and Patrick invite themselves to Gay Paintball Day - which plays right into Keith's hands since he chooses to be on the opposite team as David as revenge for being taken to the hated brunch. Lisa schedules an appointment with Brenda under a false name to see if she and Nate are still passionate, but hears that Brenda has gone through some difficult times love-wise lately but is ultimately content now. Claire becomes suspicious of Olivier's motives for not letting Russell go on her errands with her when, in Azusa, a former assistant tells her she enjoyed sleeping with him as her job, then ...
Did You Know?
The death scene to begin the episode is an homage to the death scene of Vito Corleone in The Godfather. A man sitting peacefully, dies while children run through the hung laundry. See more
Arthur claims that Francesco Petrarca is the beginner of Renaissance. Petrarca was actually the beginner of new Italian lyrical poetry, that was just a facet of Italian Renaissance. Actually, the proper "Renaissance" began in Italy just in the mid 15th Century. Petrarca died in 1374.... See more
References Children of the Corn
Variation Sur Emma Peel
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