RevCam and Annie continue looking through the photo album until Ruthie, Peter, and SamVid come in to say good night. Is Peter going to go home? Probably not. SamVid unconvincingly say that they'll miss their grandfather, and Ruthie even more unconvincingly (if that's even possible) says that she will, too. Everyone gathers round to look at the photo album as Martin, Asslee, Lucy, and Kevin come in, bearing food. Annie asks them to stay and keep her company. SamVid notices a picture of young Annie next to a horse. She says that that's her at their age. "You were our age? Wow!" they say. Seriously, SamVid -- I find it hard to believe that Annie was ever my mother's current age (which I believe is older than Annie is supposed to be, although, in reality, Catherine Hicks is older than my mother. In any case, my mom looks a good ten years younger than Annie, and always has). Kevin tells Lucy that she has her grandfather's eyes. Lucy hugs her mother as Annie says that she does, and they're beautiful. Ruthie looks on, no doubt jealous because she doesn't share any of her parents' facial features, let alone her grandparents'.
The Saxophone of Sort of Honoring a Dead Castmember, Albeit Ten Months Too Late plays as we look at pictures of Graham Jarvis. This ends in one picture of Lilly's wedding party, which is, obviously, Graham-less. Not sure what that one is doing there. Title card: "Graham Jarvis 1930-2003. 'Husband, Father, Brother, Friend, Actor you will be missed, but not forgotten.'" Yeah, for more than ten months at a time, anyway. Way to make a tribute episode about a departed cast member about twenty minutes long, Brenda, you horrible woman. Rest in peace, Graham Jarvis.