The next morning, Lux meets up with the pastel girl from school on the farce that she's found the perfect birthday gift for Jones. She pulls out Baze's bong lamp and makes up some story about how it was Jerry Garcia's, so it's a collector's item worth $1,000. She says she'll cut the girl a deal and sells it to her for $200. Au revoir, fair bong lamp. We hardly knew ye!
A bit later, Bug and Lux turn up to the Baziles abode as Mr. Bazile is leaving for work in his high-end car. Lux hands him an envelope with $3,200 -- the amount Baze owed him for the bar. Oh! Quite the red herring there, old Lux-y... Mr. Bazile snarks that she probably robbed a bank to get the money. She returns, "I'm no expert on parents, but I always thought they just wanted their kids to be happy." I would have gone with a more straightforward, "You're a colossal dickhead, sir." But I guess that's just my style. Mr. Bazile claims he does want Baze to be happy. Lux turns around and calls his crap, saying he really wants Baze to be him and the only reason he stopped believing in Baze was because he finally realized that he hadn't created an exact replica of himself. She finishes by saying that, even though she's only known Baze for a few weeks, she knows he's twice the dad that Mr. Bazile is.
After that, Mr. Bazile heads over to the bar. Baze walks in and finds him. He sees him scoping out the place and cuts short his presumed gloating. Then Mr. Bazile says Lux brought over the money he owed him and that he must really trust her to give her that much money. In shock, Baze lets his dad believe that it was his money all along. Mr. Bazile says Baze can keep the bar as long as he keeps current with the rent. He adds that Lux is welcome by the manse any time she wants.
Over at Cate's, Cate comes into Lux's room to apologize for being an overbearing, sucky mom. She promises that all decisions from here on out will be made as a family, with Ryan and Baze, too. Lux acknowledges she hasn't been all that great of a kid, either. Cate proposes they have another family dinner, only this time with Lux's "family" (Tasha, Bug, the other one). She'll even order in to avoid disaster! Lux says she has a better idea. She takes them to the roof of Bug's apartment, where she was planning on living. Baze takes Lux aside for a moment and tells her he's going to pay her back because it's not her job to take care of him. She says, to the contrary, she was just supporting him. Parents do it, so kids can too. They agree on that, and Lux pulls Cate in to formally introduce them as her parents to her hobo family. Everyone hugs and smiles and admires spider web neck tats and roasts weiners. As you do.