Bishop McClendon is in Atlanta for business. His only daughter (“Daddy’s Princess”) lives there, and just got engaged.
McClendon plans on doing an inquiry. “I want to observe if what my baby girl is telling is actual and factual,” he says.
Myesha Chaney’s brother, Keishon, wants her to sing on a track he wrote.
But she has a problem with his message.
And then she utters The Quote of the Night.
First Lady LaVette thinks Bishop Gibson is being too hard on Noel and Loretta, and she’s giving them the benefit of the doubt that their relationship isn’t sexual.
Bishop McClendon goes out to dinner with his “baby girl” and her fiancé.
Can you guess why his daughter Taylre looks nervous?
Bishop Jones has the crew come together to plan Preach L.A.
Gibson says: “I feel uncomfortable participating in a preaching crusade when I know my dear friend is in a relationship with somebody for 17 years without marrying them.”
Noel responds to Gibson.
So does an emotional Loretta.
Minister Deitrick Haddon empathizes, saying: “I totally get what you’re saying right now. I Know exactly how you feel to be attacked when you should be embraced and loved.”
Gibson reflects on what is said, concluding: “I still don’t condone the relationship but I’m not going to condemn you.”
Then he offers Loretta a hug.
And Ron's hug wasn't the only proposal of the episode. McClendon’s future son-in-law asks if he’ll perform the ceremony. Has a new Preachers cast member been born?