The next morning, the Girardi kitchen is replete with ingredients and cooking vessels. Helen -- wearing a yellow top and red skirt that look really good together, though I wouldn't have thought so -- comes down the kitchen stairs saying, "Family member cooking who is not me I like it!" Man, I hope I'm half as hot as Mary Steenburgen when I'm fifty. She's quite surprised to find Olive madly chopping away at the table. She says, "Dr. Chin said I need spicy food." Helen says she would have helped. Olive says she's made it a million times: "I can manage." Helen says it smells good. Olive: "Of course. It's my paella." She's wheeled herself over to the garlic braid and is attempting to grasp a head that's just out of reach. Helen watches her efforts, unsure whether to try to help. She ventures, "Can I --" Olive: "Please." Helen breaks off one head and hands it to Olive, who takes Helen's hand and presses it to her cheek, and keeps it there. Helen is amazed, but puts her hand gently on the back of Olive's head. Before Helen can get too emotional, Olive says, "And the cast iron skillet." Helen scurries off for it as she mentions, "I thought no one was supposed to know this recipe." Olive: "Yeah, well, it can't die with me. It's too damn good." She starts firing garlic instructions at Helen and telling her to hurry it along before the onions burn. Helen eagerly complies. There's some fake-o Latin music tinkling in the background, but I can work with it.
Luke's in his room getting dressed, pulling his pants on (red boxers, if you didn't see the show), when his computer makes an important, IM-related bleep. One pant leg on, one off, he rolls over the bed, grabs his glasses, and goes to his computer in one fluid motion. He looks at the screen, which reads: "BLACKWIDOW-4-U says / My Mother drinks." I actually said, "Oh my God," out loud. Luke starts to type something but there's another message: "BLACKWIDOW has logged off." What happened to the "4-U"? And how come GRAVITY_BOY merited an exclamation mark when he logged off? He sits back, staring at the screen. Normally I would think there were a lot of things wrong with having Grace's secret revealed this way, but in this case, it works perfectly with the storyline and the development of Grace's character. She would never be able to face Luke and say this out loud.