On her first day at Gruber and Gruber, Helen consults with Ruth O'Malley who want the 'vasectomy clause' enforced in her mother's will. The clause states that Ruth's brother will only inherit his share if he has a vasectomy.
The office is a-buzz because their favourite temp Peggy is coming in to help out with a deceased estate. Helen doesn't understand what's so fun about Fun Peggy, but everyone else, including George, thinks she's 'a hoot'.
Helen meets formidable opposing counsel Alice Pike, and stumbles upon Roz's passion project: an all-woman harmony group for funerals called, The Sadrigals; Alice Pike makes a complaint to the board about Roz.