Back out in the hallway, Cate apologizes to Math for being a terrible date. Math is understanding, as ever. They agree to a re-do and dance their troubles away.
Meanwhile, Baze returns to the bar to find Abby rounding out her third cosmo. Baze moans about being the root of all of Lux's and Cate's issues. Abby tells him Cate had many issues, including a drunken mom and a dad who walked out on them, long before she knew Baze. Baze says he never realized Cate liked him. Abby said everybody liked him and confesses she liked him, too, then pawns it off to the cocktails. She points out the things he is good at, all the ways he has stepped up in the past few months. They make fun of Cate for pronouncing a silent 'g' on the end of words (ex. "bonk-clamp"). Baze softens on Cate's abrasiveness, and yet he's also working the Baze-y magic with Abby, so I immediately don't like where this is going.
Upstairs, Cate knocks on the door as Lux puts her flowers in a vase. She asks if Baze is around. Lux opens his door, and who does she find in there? Hint: Rhymes with "scabby." Lux incredulously tells Baze Cate is waiting for him outside. When he gets there (leaving Abby naked in his bed?), Cate is eying her mangled Spin Doctors tape. She makes up for it by offering him some Zima and a do-over. She says she wants to put the past behind them. He genuinely apologizes for his horrible comments, and she tells him she knows he's better than that now. They sit down, crack open their Zimas, and toast. Baze suggests "old enemies." Cate takes it one step further, proposing the toast to new friends.
Next week: Just as they seem to be working towards becoming a family, counseling tears our beloved trio apart.