Phillip is standing on the highest point of the house, threatening to jump. The family is crowded around and Tracy is yelling for him to come down.
It turns out that Phillip tried, once again, to propose to Tracy. As you might've guessed, it failed miserably.
Just then, Hillary and Linda show up. Hillary tells Tracy that she has to treat a tantrum by ignoring it. Tracy gets into her car and drives away.
Phillip is still upset, but he agrees to get off the roof. Only … it doesn't quite work as planned, and he slips and falls off the side.
One ambulance and a few pain meds later, the family is sitting in the living room as Hillary and Linda finally open up about their relationship.
Linda started spending the night with Hillary when Mort got sick. It wasn't romantic at first, but it headed that way after a few weeks. From there, it evolved from a purely physical relationship into a real romantic partnership.
Here's the kicker—Mort knew the whole time. To be honest, he was actually relieved that his wife wasn't going to be alone after his death.
Suddenly, something clicks in Judd's head. He realizes that their dad hadn't requested that they sit shiva—it was their mom's idea the whole time.
The children are outraged, but Hillary doesn't care. Phillip gets up and embraces Hillary and Linda, saying that he accepts them as a couple.
Then, as if on cue, he falls to the ground, mumbling about codeine and internal bleeding.