Luke finally gets to the point: "How come you didn't tell me? It was a phone call." Now, here's the thing: when April came in and pulled his hair for his DNA, didn't she say it was between him and two other men? Wasn't the implication that Anna didn't even really know who the father was? And, if so, why should she be made to make apologize for not calling him? "I knew how you felt about kids," Anna replies, adding that she knows he hates them. He's incredulous and denies it. She lists out all the ways he hated kids -- how they couldn't go to the movies before 10 PM or eat at a family restaurant, all because of his hatred of kids. "Okay, fine," he says. "I hated kids, but I'm not that guy anymore." He says he wouldn't have been that way with his own kid, and in any case, he had a right to know. She apologizes, but says that she didn't need him to pay for stuff or take care of things: "It was not my idea for April to call you." She goes on about how smart April is. She's already written a short novel, and has her own website, and is really driven. She wanted to win the science fair so badly that she went through her mom's stuff putting the pieces together. Luke says he just wants to live up to his end of the bargain. Anna says that he doesn't owe them anything, and that they don't need anything, but that if he feels like he wants to chip in, that's fine. He's pleased that she's agreed, and says he'll get going. "Hey, Luke," she says, as she walks him to the door. "Are you happy?" He says he is. "Me, too," she says. "It's pretty cool, isn't it?" He agrees that it is, and leaves.
Episode Report CardAl Lowe: B | 445 USERS: C+
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