Back at his apartment, Luke is hanging up a scary plaster mask April made for him in art class. Luke is a good dad and says he loves it, though it looks like something out of a scary Lifetime movie called Masking My Pain or something. I hated this scene, as I do all scenes containing April though I will stipulate once again that the child is very cute. But, can we be done with this? Scott Patterson can't take this kid anymore. He is trying, and it's a yeoman's effort, but their conversations are a struggle. April and Luke have a talk which reveals that April is still in denial about moving to New Mexico, and though Luke does his best to cheer her up, April continues to grump about it. From under the table, he suddenly pulls a HUGE box, which April happily opens. Awkwardly, she has to break it to him that her grandmother already gave her one for Christmas. Which grandmother? The sick one in New Mexico? Did she mail it? Maybe. Poor Luke is disheartened, though April tries to insist that she can use two rock polishers: "You should see my rock collection right now. I've practically got a quarry in my bedroom." Cute. Luke tries to bribe April into happiness again with stories about the great rocks of New Mexico, but she isn't having it.
Episode Report CardAl Lowe: B | 816 USERS: B-
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