Gaby's putting her makeup on when Bob calls and tells her "we found them." He asks if she's sure she wants him to call, and she says she is, of course. He tells her she needs to realize that this is going to change her family forever. She repeats: "Call them." She hangs up and looks over at Juanita, trying on hats in the closet. She calls her in and puts makeup on her, too. She tells Juanita how grownup she is, and she'll be gone before they know it. But Juanita says she's never leaving Gaby and Carlos. Gaby asks if Juanita knows how much she loves her. Juanita does: "To the moon and back." Gaby says that's right, and no matter what happens, she always will. Outside, Carlos is arriving home, when Bob catches up with him and says he needs to sit down with him and Gaby, because he called the family and it got pretty intense. Carlos obviously has no idea what Bob's talking about. But then he does, and he heads inside, interrupts Gaby and Juanita's fashion show, and tells Gaby that if this goes bad and the other family tries to take Juanita away (which he points out they could very well do) he will never forgive her, and it will be over between them.
MAVO picks up about happiness again, saying everyone searches for it. Susan drives up and looks at her old house, as MAVO says some think they'll find it if they move back home. Bree cooks and stares thoughtfully into space as MAVO says some think they'll find it by making a new friend (I'm guessing Hot Handyman, not Renee). Speaking of, MAVO says Renee hopes she'll find it by defeating the competition. Then there are those, MAVO says as we zoom out from Tom's smiling face, who realized happiness was right in front of them all along. The whole family minus the twins sits happily on the porch.
Next week: Susan's webcam career leads to a giant sign that she tries to tear down. Hot Handyman finds out Bree's a grandma. A little person knows Renee and confronts her on a date. She screams. Gaby voices over, "Oh my god. My daughter." Which could really be edited from anything, though they obviously want us to think they find their biological daughter.
DeAnn, a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon, didn't smoke pot or play Dungeons & Dragons in college. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.