After seeing the park debate in the local paper, Harris and Pemberton talk about what to do next.
Harris is worried since the government has ties at the paper; they make it sound like a park is a no-brainer and force them to be the bad guys.
Pemberton says not to worry, though. People don't get it right now but they will soon—when they understand that it's between jobs or a pretty view, which do you think they'll choose?
While out driving, Harris and Pemberton see Webb. Pemberton wants to run him into the river.... We're not sure if he's being serious or not.
Luckily, Harris tells him not to and instead they chat with Webb.
Webb reports that they've just taken a bunch of beautiful photos of the waterfall that they'll include in tomorrow's paper. That ought to make people interested in a pretty park.
After they part ways, Harris and Pemberton take a look at the land that Webb just came from. It belongs to some guy named Luckadoo, who Harris knows.
They think they see copper in some of the stones on the ground and take a bit home to investigate.
They agree to meet back up at 5:00PM to discuss what's next on the agenda. Okay, synchronizing watches now.
Back at the house, Serena and Pemberton talk about the future. He asks her to rest for the baby and she agrees—but only if he will, too.
She thinks it's a good idea for them to go to Brazil and harvest the mahogany trees, and no, she's not joking. Pemberton's in but they have to finish what they've started here first.
Later on, Harris, Serena, and Pemberton agree to try to buy more land in the area instead of letting their neighbors sell to the park; Harris thinks he can get the price down so they might as well try.
Out on the streets, the Reverend decides it would be a great time to deliver a sermon on pride coming before the fall, but Pemberton brushes it off.
He wants to get home. Once there, he looks through an old photo album from when he was a child and compares it to Jacob's photo.