Julie's tutoring Danny in math, but he interrupts to ask her to a movie. He says it's not like a date, since friends go to movies all the time. She says okay, which pleasantly surprises him. Nick comes in and asks Danny to take the trash out right now, and then he thanks Julie for not shooting Danny down, since he's probably not her type. Way to trash your own son, asshole. But Julie says she likes Danny; he's nice. Nick agrees, but says he's clearly not in Julie's league. Ew. Did he just hit on his son's love interest?
Gaby goes in to Ana's room to tell her goodnight, but she's asleep and snoring. But Gaby's too smart to fall for that, so she pulls back the covers and Juanita's there. She looks at her mom and sort of shrugs, saying Ana paid her $5. She loves money as much as her mommy already. So Gaby's at the nightclub with all of the young kids. She sees a giant bodyguard and asks him for a lift. He lifts her up and then gets a little inappropriate, so she jumps down and opts for paying the DJ to use his microphone. She describes Ana and asks if everyone would look around and point her out. They all boo Gaby, even more when she says Ana's only 16 and came here even though she wasn't supposed to. Gaby threatens to call the cops with their drug-sniffing dogs and the crowd quickly produces Ana. Gaby tells her she told her not to mess with her.
When they arrive home, they sit in the car for a minute, while Gaby says she can't keep doing this. Ana's like, "You're going to throw me out? Fine. You'd actually be doing me a favor." She says she can take care of herself, and Gaby wonders how she'd make money at 16. Ana's going to be a model in Paris or New York or something, and no one will ever tell her what to do again. Gaby asks if she thinks it's that easy. Ana reminds Gaby it was for her, and she left home at 15. Gaby acts like it was totally different, since her stepfather wasn't nice and her mom didn't care about her. Ana's all, "My father left when I was three and my mom's been in and out of prison ever since," or hasn't Gaby been paying attention every time someone on the show tells us that? Ana says she can beat Gaby at this game, and Gaby says this isn't a game, it's her life. Ana says she doesn't want to stay where she's not wanted. Gaby says they feed her and give her shelter, but Ana reminds her that Gaby's also keeping all her options open. Turns out Ana heard the conversation about whether to sign the papers. Gaby rushes in, where Mrs. McC is baby-sitting, and finds the papers. She pushes Ana into the living room and signs the papers. "No more options. I am now officially your guardian." Ana asks if she's supposed to hug her now, and Gaby says she's not going to want to do that, since now she's going to be watching her like a hawk to keep her from ruining the life she was so anxious to start living. Ana says she's so mean, and Gaby agrees and says she wishes someone had been this mean to her. Ana touches Gaby's signature on the paper, because the show wants us to get that she's touched.