Faye McIntire reading the riot act to Reverend Davies, a sellout minister. Not only does she have the nerve to tell him to his face that he's doing something deeply wrong in removing church programs that a rich parishioner doesn't like, she caps it twice over in the following exchange:
Reverend Davies: Now, Faye, I think you're overreacting a bit. This is a one-time occurrence. Besides, we have to look at how Christ would have handled this situation.
Faye: "And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that bought and sold in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves, and said unto them, 'It is written that My House shall be called the House of Prayer, but ye have made it a den of thieves.'"
Reverend Davies: Maybe not Jesus. There were other people in the Bible who appreciated economics.
Faye: I hear Judas was quite the bargain hunter. A parcel of land and it just cost him thirty silver and a Messiah on a stick.
- Takes a heartwrenching turn at Faye's funeral when Reverend Davies admits that Faye was right and that he wished she was still around to tell him "I told you so".