John Haney is sick in bed. His son John Jr. answers the door and greets his brother Jamie. There is also a Jonas and a Judge in the episode — this won’t get confusing. OK, I’m going with Mr. Haney, Junior, Jamie, Jonas and Judge.
Since the episode is clearly based on the bible, I might as well have called the first three Isaac, Jacob and Esau. I’m guessing Jamie will = Esau  because he has a mustache. Jamie also seems to be a bit of the Prodigal Son as he is returning home for the first time in 10 years. He is also kind of a dandy with suspenders and a fat tie, whereas Junior is wearing overalls indicating that he stayed on the farm with his father or is the 1960s stereotype of a lesbian. 
They hear a crash above and run upstairs. They find the cadaverous Mr. Haney — oddly not played by Boris Karloff — on the floor. The brothers lift him back into bed, but he babbles incoherently.
Junior reminds Jamie that he stole money from their father when he ran away 10 years earlier. Jamie counters that he was only 17 and that money was coming to him anyway. Since he was 10 years old, his father had him doing chores like a servant or a slave or his child. Jamie is only back now because he figures their father has built up his cash reserves again. After Jamie goes up to bed, Junior says to the empty kitchen that Jamie wasted his time coming back — if the old man dies, he gets nothing.
Sure enough, the old man croaks. When the family gets back from the funeral, Junior gives the old man’s will to their lawyer Jonas Atterbury (Karloff). As Junior said, he inherits everything. Jamie has an ace up his sleeve, though. And by ace I mean alternate will, and by sleeve I mean coat pocket. He hands it to Jonas who sees that it proclaims Jamie as the sole heir, and is dated later than the first will.
Jamie wastes no time in announcing that he plans to sell the farm and ship their mother off to an old folks home. Junior contests the will. He tells the judge that he doesn’t trust his brother to take care of their mother because he is “a liar and a thief.” After Jamie’s lawyer objects, the Judge says, “this court will not tolerate name-calling”. Also horseplay and wedgies will be frowned upon. The Judge adjourns the court “until 2:30 o’clock.” WTF?
While Jamie is visiting a buyer for the farm, Junior goes back to the house to get some things. Upstairs he sees his dead father rocking in a chair. Mr. Haney just says, “Genesis 27.” After he disappears, Junior goes downstairs and tells them of his experience. His mother recognizes the citation as the story of Jacob and Esau and the case of the stolen birthright, and the less desired afterbirhright. Junior pulls out the family bible and Jamie grabs a loaded rifle that they apparently keep in the kitchen. Jamie flips through the pages, but finds nothing important, just yada yada, word of God, yada yada.
Back in court, Junior asks his mother if maybe there is another bible laying around the farm. Jamie has the same idea and finds another bible in the attic. Yet another will is inserted in the book at Genesis 27. Junior is again named the sole heir.
-  Wrong. The episode really put no effort into paralleling the biblical story. That is really the weakness of the series. They come up with one scene of a dead person appearing and forego any other characterization or metaphor.
-  Strange how the stereotype evolved to include hot babes. I believe this was done to give guys an excuse why beautiful women won’t talk to them. That’s the excuse I use, anyway.