While sunning on the roof, Dharma & Jane meet an elderly Native American who wants to die on the premises, claiming that it was his ancestors' sacred burial ground.Naturally Dharma invites him to stay with her, and naturally Greg is deeply suspicious of his motives and tails them—even to the extent of getting Pete to impersonate him at a dinner with Attorney General Janet Reno.
But when the Montgomerys and the Finkelsteins finally get together to plan the details, the hostilities really begin.
Dharma tries to sprinkle a little TLC in Greg's life by installing a new, deluxe "Spring Mist 3000" shower, while Greg finds himself on a testosterone-ridden golfing afternoon with Edward and Larry.
After Greg wins a major court case, he is urged to run for Congress.
It is an idea that moves Dharma to consult Greg's mother for grooming advice, as a potential political wife.
Right for Barbara—a quest which takes on a desperate edge when Barbara confesses she is still in love with Greg.
When Greg's competitive nature becomes destructive, Dharma exposes him to yoga, hoping to lower his stress level.
Someone cries, someone is rushed to the emergency room and a perfectly lovely bird gets wasted.
Kitty:: Oh, Gregory, darling, every bride thinks she wants to cook a Thanksgiving dinner and it always ends up the same.
Greg is thrown into a black depression until he realizes that his popularity has soared; then his opponent makes a decisive sexual confession of his own.
When Greg needs an upgraded security clearance to work on a top-secret case, Dharma and the families are subjected to a background check, which reveals some very interesting information about Larry and Edward.
She recognizes his picture in the newspaper and finds him in his office, drags him to a Giants baseball game, then for pie in Reno, where they get married all within the same day.