After knowing him for two days, Lillian is able to coerce barely functioning elderly wealthy media mogul Laverne Fusselforth V to ask her to marry him, which may be more welcome news for the Commodore than anyone else, he who has wanted at least one of his daughters to marry into money to solve the family financial problems. However, another emotional connection is made between the Bellacourt and Fusselforth families which may upstage Lillian's wedding day. Lillian decides to take decisive action to ensure the day is hers, which includes making sure she becomes Mrs. Laverne Fusselforth V before it's too late. Meanwhile, Taft approaches Frederick with incriminating photographs of him with Beatrice in compromising positions in order to force him to resign the vice-presidency. Frederick takes some actions to get himself out of this problem, which only time and public reaction will tell if those actions work. One of those actions is to send Beatrice away so as not to become either a ...