When his son returns home to Boston, Jerry looks for help to care for his ailing wife. As Lou offers to help Candy quit working as a prostitute, Tommy continues stealing Janet's anti-depressants, while encouraging her to get the prescription refilled as soon as possible. And when the brother of the boy that Father Murphy is suspected of molesting claims to have been his victim, too, Tommy reluctantly admits that Mickey was right about their half-brother. After a poem copied from a schoolbook makes Laura more suspicious than ever, Lou denies being the author, only to then turn around and implicate Tommy. Already upset by his alleged half-sister, Mariel's, efforts to get him into bed, Tommy is forced to respond when Sheila accuses her new girlfriend of abuse. Meanwhile, as Sean introduces Jerry to a stripper who can help him find a nurse for Jeannie, and Tommy admits to writing the poems, a distraught Kevin Lopez produces a letter that proves Father Murphy's guilt. As Jerry starts interviewing nurses, Tommy's tries confronting Debbie about Sheila's accusations, only to end up giving her sexual advice instead. Finally, even when he's shown Kevin's letter, Father Murphy insists that it doesn't prove anything. However, after admitting that he was also abused as a boy, the pedophile priest is arrested after he and the Gavin brothers helplessly witness Kevin's suicide.