Beatrice confronts Lillian about her sinful behavior but finds that her sister is less susceptible to the Christian path than she had hoped.
Desperate to revive a seemingly dead Lillian, Beatrice calls on her new friend Jesus for help.
Some necessary rearranging takes place after Lillian's fiance drops dead at the altar.
Beatrice tries to get a drunk and despondent Lillian to repent for her many sins so she can join her at the Heaven party.
When photos surface of Frederick and Beatrice having sex, Frederick deals with it the only way he knows how -- by sending Beatrice to a convent.
Beatrice and Frederick sing a duet about all of the nasty things they'll do to each other when they're together in the afterlife.
Lillian attends Mayor Cutie's concert with Scott Joplin but can't resist trying to steal the spotlight.
Lillian and Beatrice listen to their collaboration with ragtime composer Scott Joplin, but they're shocked when the final product doesn't feature their vocals at all.
Frederick and his college chums sing the praises of their alma mater, a place they definitely got admitted to based on merit alone.
Lillian heads to the pharmacy with Garfield to buy condoms, but finds them more difficult to obtain than she thought.
Frederick's Harvard chums lash out after Beatrice solves an equation devised by Albert Einstein.
© 2020 Comedy Partners. All Rights Reserved. Comedy Central and all related titles, logos and characters are trademarks of comedy partners.