In their continuing Christian/Muslim battle of superiority, Reverend Thorne and Baber decide to play bridge. The reverend chooses Sarah as his partner when she shows enthusiasm and a knowledge of the game, while Baber chooses the mayor as his partner. But Baber and Ann are aware, as the reverend soon is as well, that Sarah is a horrible player. When the reverend decides to lie to Sarah to get out of playing with her again, he ends up feeling guilty, especially after she finds out. Never having felt guilt before, he has to find out what the social norm is to deal with guilt and make amends. Meanwhile, Amaar is made aware that there is a wide economic disparity between himself and Rayyan, who many are calling his sugar mama. Based on a comment by Baber, Amaar thinks the perfect solution at least to make himself feel better is for them to have a prenuptial agreement to protect Rayyan. What will Rayyan think about this idea?