The family returns to the loft. Cate is optimistic, but Lux knows from experience that these evaluations rarely end well. Cate wonders if Lux even wants to stay with them. She can only manage to say she'd prefer them to foster care. Not a ringing endorsement. Baze asks how they can repair their relationships in the next few days. Cate says Lux needs to forgive her for Tasha. Baze asks her to follow his rules. Lux points out, rightly, that she's not the only one who needs a change of attitude in order to set things right.
The next morning, Lux and Bug look at job openings. Unsurprisingly, it's a grim picture for a high school dropout with no legitimate work experience. They change subjects as he asks how she's feeling about the evaluation. She admits she's nervous but refuses to forgive her parents for being self-absorbed, irresponsible twits too easily. Someone knocks on the door. It's Cate, offering to help Bug out with a job at the radio station. She thinks it'll be a step towards getting Lux's forgiveness about Tasha.
That afternoon, Bug shows up in his dead man's suit for the interview. Needless to say, Cate's producer is not impressed by Bug's resumé (or lack thereof). He tries to point out the silver lining, saying he's a quick learner, but it's obvious Cate's going to have to do some serious string-pulling. I see an extension of the wedding shenanigans for at least another six months and many more public appearances with Ryan in the future (since those always turn out so well). Bug sees himself out, leaving Cate to beg her producer to overlook Bug's utter lack of skills and/or experience. Though, honestly, having worked in television in the kind of job that Cate described, he seems kind of like a perfect candidate -- hungry and easily broken and reformed into what they want of him.