- How you doing over there? - I'm good.
- Really good. - Good.
Is it weird that I'm good?
No, it's good that you're good.
Good. Well, I'm good.
Every mom dreams of the day when they drop
their 42-year-old daughter off at the airport to go to school.
And I did it all by myself.
Hey, I'm here.
Oh, not the dropping off, the raising.
I mean, I wasn't there the whole time.
But I was definitely there for the beginning.
In and out during the middle, and rock-solid from age 37 on,
you know, the formative years.
You have a lot to be proud of.
Damn right. Georgetown Law School
on a full scholarship.
Phew. Lot of parents would be in a puddle of tears right now,
but you know what I think of them?
Not me, 'cause I'm focusing on what she's gonna get,
not what I'm gonna lose.
Which is the most beautiful little girl
a mother could ever have.
And this is why I drove.
Oh, please. You're gonna cry, too.
The Father's Day card she gave you last year?
Why would you do that to me?
'Cause you miss her as much as I do.
You want to go back and watch the plane take off?
- I do! - Okay.
-邦妮 酒瘾者 -邦妮
- Bonnie, alcoholic. - Hi, Bonnie.
Well, it's been a month since Adam and I became empty-nesters,
and we are loving it.
We learn something new about each other every day.
And we learn a lot about Christy, too.
Apparently, she was the one vacuuming the living room.
And another thing we learned about her,
she doesn't understand time zones.
She's smart enough to get a scholarship to law school,
but she can't grasp the fact that her 7:00 A.M. is my 4:00 A.M.
She's constantly waking me up 'cause she can't subtract three.
Well, my fault.
I should've taken her to kindergarten once in a while.
Yeah, she's in law school. She's fine.
That's it. Thanks.
Now that Christy's gone,
would you like me to roll my eyes
a little bit more while you share?
-塔米 -塔米 酒瘾者
- Tammy? - Tammy, alcoholic.
Uh, it's my birthday tomorrow.
Uh, not a sober one, a squeezing out of the womb one.
Normally, I love my birthday, but not this year.
My dad tracked me down from prison and sent me a card
saying he's gonna call me tomorrow.
What am I supposed to do with that?
The man killed my mom.
I haven't talked to him since I was 14.
And I don't want to talk to him now.
I know this program is about second chances,
but does that mean I have to give him one?
I mean... I don't know.
I'm totally spinning out over what to do.
Well, now I feel bad for sharing about
how my Jacuzzi's not bubbly enough.
You know, there's a place where you can get free hot wings
- on your birthday. - Nice.
Yeah, they give you a free wing for every year.
It's the only time I'm honest about my age.
Wow, it is a mess over here.
I know. Christy really did a lot more cleaning
than we thought.
Yeah, well, I'll pick up the slack.
Great. She used to do the coffee urn.
Oh, on it.
Oh, I think we should throw this one away
and start over.
Girls, don't forget Tammy's surprise dinner tomorrow.
Get there by 7:00 and park the car around the corner.
Good. You're as excited as I am.
Brilliant idea: I'm gonna throw Tammy
a surprise slumber party tomorrow night at my house.
- Love it. - Sounds good.
Bonnie, you know I've been planning a dinner.
But my idea's better.
Kind of is.
I've been working on this for weeks.
Well, I'm sorry, but she told me
she really wanted a slumber party.
When did she say that?
When she was 14.
But I'm sure it's still true.
Oh, damn it.
I accidentally got "It's a Girl!" Balloons.
Well, Tammy is a girl.
I'm sorry, I know you don't like me to look on the bright side.
I really want to keep Tammy's mind off her dad calling.
This party has to be perfect, and I messed up the decorations.
Or you did that on purpose so, when Jill gets here,
she takes over and does everything for you.
Look, I didn't marry you so you could get to know me.
Oh, hey, Adam, are you staying
for the ladies-only party that's only for ladies?
No, Gus and I are going fishing.
That's code for drinking beer in a cabin
and not fishing at all.
She's not wrong.
Come on, Gus.
He doesn't even own a rod.
I'm gonna pick one up at the liquor store!
Am I seeing your decorations in their entirety?
No. I got baby shower balloons.
Mm-hmm, taking over.
Mm-hmm, letting you.
It's the cake you asked me to bring.
But it's from the grocery store.
I thought you'd bake something.
And I thought we'd be at a nice dinner right now.
Guess we were both wrong.
We don't just go to bed, right?
Don't look at me.