Deitrick is in the studio.
He explains the fight he had with Bishop Clarence McClendon the previous night.
Dominique talks him off a ledge and advises him to address the issue calmly.
Bishop Clarence McClendon hangs out with Bishop Noel Jones.
McClendon talks about the fight with Deitrick, and has no intention of reconciling.
Bishop Noel Jones advises him to try and work it out.
Pastor Jay Haizlip is facing an issue with one of his congregants.
Her name was April. Now, he's David.
Christie does a double-take. She's known David as "April" forever!
The youth pastor says he will have a tough time calling David anything BUT April.
Haizlip wants to meet with David.
Bishop Noel Jones travels the world preaching year-round.
He is due for some R&R.
His dog JJ joins him.
His driver tells him he's getting older and needs to settle down...perhaps with his friend Loretta.
Bishop Noel Jones says "Drive the car."
This is Bishop Noel Jones with Loretta.
Jones and his driver agreed...the woman is fine, and she can dress.
Meanwhile, Pastor Jay Haizlip is trying to decide how to approach David, a transgendered congregant, for the first time.
This is his daughter, Paris. Hello Paris!
Christie wants Jay to welcome David to the church with open arms. She doesn't want people to think they're "those Christians."
The Pastor knows what he has to do.
Bishop Ron Gibson and First Lady LaVette Gibson run some errands.
Gibson tells his wife that they'll be having dinner with Deitrick Haddon and his fiancee, Dominique. He thinks they might only be getting married to save Deitrick's reputation, and he's determined to advise them.
Meanwhile, Dominique's mother Faye is cooking.
Deitrick and Faye have a strong, funny relationship.
Deitrick says hi to his daughter Destin and his fiancee. He can't live with them for religious reasons -- not until they're married.
Bishop Noel Jones and Loretta Jones play chess.
Meanwhile, Loretta wants Noel to define their relationship once and for all.
Noel says they're friends until they decide to take it further, end of story.
Haizlip has some difficulty calling him David.
But it's not because he doesn't accept David -- he just wants to get it right, and has never dealt with a transgendered congregant before.
David is concerned with approaching fellow congregants and surprising them.
Haizlip says that David is always welcome in the church.
Meet Bishop Noel Jones' family.
His brother advises him to settle down.
Jones is hilariously stubborn.
Mom weighs in.
Bishop Ron and First Lady LaVette Gibson sit down for dinner with Deitrick and Dominique Haddon.
Deitrick teases the couple for not drinking wine.
"Jesus turned water into wine, but y'all are afraid of wine!"
The conversation turns heated with the Bishop asks Deitrick straight up: "Are you guys shacking?"
Deitrick says there's nothing in the Bible about shacking.
The Bishop disagrees.
Dominique calms the men down.
Eventually they cool off, and Deitrick wants the Bishop to be his mentor.
Deitrick drives Dominique home. He's tired of dropping her off and driving away.
The couple deals with their sad, inconvenient reality.
They part with a kiss.
Parting is such sweet sorrow!
He gives her one more look before getting in the car.
This is just too sweet.
Deitrick drives away.