For some reason Nora is still blaming Sarah for Tommy wanting to move, I guess because she tracked down Brody? Since the fruit doesn't fall far from the tree, Sarah turns around and blames Nora screeching that this is all HER fault for being a slore (that's a slut and a whore, keep up!) in high school and getting knocked up at 19. Cue Paige's entrance and the shocked look on her face at the newfound knowledge of Grandma Nora's sex life. Obviously she runs off screaming with Sarah trotting after her calculating the cost of the impending years of therapy. If only Grandma Nora had carried around a sack of flour for a week as a sophomore none of this would have happened!
Nora turns her attention back to Tommy, but I guess it's useless talking to Tommy so she goes to yell at Brody instead. She's about to get a good holler on when Brody stops her. He can't wake up his dog, he thinks she's dying, he needs to go to the vet now. That gets Nora to put a cork in it.
Later, in the bed where Kitty used to make her barista earn his tips, Tommy tells Rose that he knows she didn't sign up for a move to Phoenix, but he wants her to come. She claims she wants him to be happy, but Phoenix? That's asking a lot of a Seattle girl. Tommy tells her not to move for him, but if she randomly decides of her own accord to spontaneously move to Phoenix and they happened to run into each other there, then that's cool. Rose says she'll try and that she loves Tommy and wants to be with him, but doesn't know what will make him happy. Maybe a cheeseburger and a bottle of Paxil? Or maybe that's me. I guess that was good enough for both of them because they kiss and settle down for the night. Fingers crossed Rose packs up and moves back to Seattle in the middle of the night.
Justin wisely sneaks up on the homeless violence-prone vet in the middle of the night while he sleeps. For his trouble he almost gets beaned with a metal pipe. The vet stops just short of connecting with Justin's head. Then Justin pulls out a sleeping bag and settles down on the ground next to his new bestie. Ooh big boy campout! Zack is perplexed, to say the least, and Justin's explanation about both of them coming home with problems and patriotism and semper fi does little to clarify the situation, but he promises he is here for the duration. Zack does not look especially pleased by his inclusion in this Boy Scout troop of two.