Albert Einstein is at Bellacourt Manor to ask the Commodore for a favor, while the Commodore in turn has thoughts of his own regarding Einstein's visit. With their impasse, Einstein instead makes a connection with someone else at the manor, namely Beatrice, who is not afraid to show a specific side of herself to him. The question is if she is willing to show this side of herself to others at the expense of what she's long held as being the priority in her life. The answer to that question may be easier to answer with Frederick also at the manor catching up with his Harvard colleagues. Pregnant Blanche is now showing, she who has not talked about her delicate condition to anyone. Peepers takes the matter into his own hands, he who thinks he has a perfect Plan B when Plan A doesn't seem to come to pass. And Lillian learns that there is something called a condom for which she can have sex without procreation. Sex starved Lillian has to find a way, number one to get a condom, which is not...
Did You Know?
At the beginning, Dr. Goldberg is singing the English lyrics to O Canada. Later, Peepers states the year is 1903. The English lyrics to O Canada were not created until 1906. See more