We open at Edna and Irv's house. Patch carries a ton of Amy's stuff outside and loads it into the car. Irv voice-overs, "Sometimes we don't know our own strength. It can be hard to tell just how much weight you can safely bear, or how much will crush you. I'd like to think you can shoulder as big a burden as you think you can; that it's all a matter of will." Patch can't believe that Amy has accumulated so much crap after only three months away from home. Irv helps Patch load the last of Amy's bags into the car.
Edna and Amy walk outside together. Edna tells Amy, "Well, Private...been a hell of a ride." They hug tearfully. Aw, although I'm sure Edna is crying tears of joy, knowing she'll finally have her damn house back. Amy tells Irv that he knows he'll miss her (he fakes this emotion), and hugs him. She tells her grandparents, "And I'm serious about the TiVo; you can't be VCR people forever." Heh. Edna and Irv laugh all, "Ti-what? Please leave now." As Amy turns to go, who should walk up but Tommy "I Went To Rehab and All I Got Were These Bushy Eyebrows" Callahan. He addresses Patch: "I don't expect you to forgive me, or even like me, but I hope you can accept a 'thank you.' You saved my life." Patch answers, "Actually, it was my daughter who saved your life. All I did was show up." Amy, Edna, and Irv are in the background during this conversation, each shooting Eyebrows their very best evil eyes. Patch walks over to Amy and tells her to make it quick. The grown-ups go back inside to figure out how they can kill Tommy without anyone knowing.
Tommy gives Amy sad-addict eyes and says, "It's been two days. Didn't you want to call and make sure I was okay?" Amy says she called the hospital and found out he'd been released, so she figured he was fine. Eyebrows asks her if she was going to leave a forwarding address or just make a clean getaway. Amy: "I'm just going home." Aw. Eyebrows says he'll call her later, then, after she's had a little while to get settled in. Amy tells him not to bother. Yay! Tommy can't believe Amy's dumping him; he says he knows he screwed up, blah blah, but overdosing has been such "a serious wake-up call for me." Good Lord. Amy doesn't fall for it, saying, "I'm glad. I hope you get the help that you need." Eyebrows says he doesn't need help, he needs her. Amy says she can't be that person for him anymore. Tommy: "So, what? I'm not good enough for you anymore? You going to go back to Mommy and Daddy? Go back to being Little Miss Perfect? Well, you can't." Shut up, crackhead. Amy, once again, doesn't take the bait. "I gotta go. Take care of yourself, Tommy." Oh, Amy Abbott. I've never been more proud. Amy walks to the car with her head high. Irv finishes, "Other times it's hard to remember you had any strength at all, then you can only hope to have someone to remind you you were once fierce and able." Patch walks out and asks Amy if she's okay. She says she's fine. Patch pats her arm. "Let's go home." Sniff. Credits.