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Lillian Is Dead 

Hortense and Bertram's happiness turns out to be short-lived, as does Commodore and Chair's; Beatrice turns to religion when her bar fight with Lillian has deadly consequences; Blanche gives birth downstairs.

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Peepers
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Dodo Bellacourt
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Blanche
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Celine aka Chair
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Commodore Bellacourt
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Garfield
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Father Black Donahue
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Policeman #2
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Harriet Tubman
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Gayle (as Daryl Jaron Johnson)
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Dr. Goldberg
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Attorney
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With Garfield's help, Lillian has found her way to a bar to drown her sorrows. Beatrice is determined to find her sister and save her so that they can go to the heaven party together. Beatrice's actions don't come off quite the way she expects. Blanche goes into labor. She doesn't get as much help as she should in the matter with a manor full of servants and a physician for a husband. Hortense quickly discovers that the thought and the reality of being Mrs. Bertram Harrison Fusselforth VII are two totally different things. And Dodo makes one final request of Peepers before she leaves Bellacourt Manor for good and goes back to the abbey to live out the rest of her life, while Celine's affections for the Commodore ebb and flow with the coming and going of their fortunes. Written by Huggo

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Comedy | History

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TV-14
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Lillian Bellacourt: Alcohol must always trump judgment.
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