As everyone gathers for Phillip’s funeral service, Gus is determined to keep Harley away. He fears her confusion about the night of the murder and her own guilty conscience may lead her to confess. Harley reluctantly agrees to steer clear of the service. Meanwhile, Olivia downs a few glasses of wine and won’t keep quiet about how she felt about Phillip. She crosses with Mindy, who insists on remembering the good Phillip. Alan and Beth have arranged a memorial honoring Phillip’s memory and maintaining the family’s dignity and reputation. Alan, Lizzie and Beth prepare to go and when Alex gets a one-day pass to join them, the family seems oddly more united by Phillip’s death than it ever did when he was alive. At the service, Ross, Rick, Beth and Lizzie speak of the loving man Phillip was in the past. But when Alan gets up to talk, he can’t help but point fingers at the many people in the room who he holds responsible for Phillip’s death. It’s at that moment when Harley appears unexpectedly. She also has something to say. She fights through her guilt and vows to find Phillip’s killer, whoever it might be. Olivia can’t contain herself any longer and vents her hatred and loathing of Phillip, creating a scene. Lizzie accuses Olivia of killing Phillip and Alan fumes at the spectacle Olivia has made. Everyone is solemn when Phillip is put in his final resting place. At the end of the service, the reading of Phillip’s will begins and the Spaulding family receives a surprise appearance from beyond the grave.