Rick and Grace walk down a sidewalk discussing Lily's bath needs. They pause to look in a store window. We're on the inside looking out at them, so we can see their faces. "Look, Grace, there's something else I need to ask you, and I guess you probably know what it has to do with." Grace's face freezes. "It involves Jessie," Rick continues, "and maybe I shouldn't even get into it...." Grace, just wanting to get it over with, tells him it's okay. "Well, she claims that she's been eating more," Rick says, and Grace's eyes widen. He falters, and she glances at him. "I'm sorry, I shouldn't even...." he says. Grace assures him that it's okay, and begins walking again. Rick says that, the other night, when they were eating pizza, Jessie told him that she had two pieces. "Oh, yeah," Grace says. Rick asks if that means Grace saw Jessie eating. Grace stammers and tries to be evasive. Rick apologizes for putting her on the spot, then muses, "It could be worse. I mean she could be hiding food. You know, sometimes, people just behave in ways that you can't --" "You can't explain," Grace interrupts. Rick agrees, "Exactly! You know, you're going along and suddenly you just find yourself doing something and you don't want to do it --" "But you can't not do it," says Grace. "And it's crazy. Because it doesn't seem like something you'd do; it doesn't seem like you," continues Rick. "But you don't want to be you. That's why you're doing it," Grace says, as if it's a breakthrough. Rick looks at her like she's a mystic, and Grace gets a little self-conscious. "Probably," she adds, to throw him off the scent. He keeps looking at her and finally says, "Your mother...your mother is very important to me." Grace says she knows. Rick says maybe it's not the right thing to say, but Grace assures him that she doesn't mind. The pause a moment, and then Rick offers her his arm and says, "Come on, let's go find some bath oil."
"Hi!" Zoe chirps from inside the Explorer. She's calling out to Zoe, who's standing outside the therapist's office, looking around for her ride. Lily gives Jessie a big warm hello, and then her cell phone rings, leaving Jessie and Zoe to talk in the back seat. Zoe reaches over into the cargo area and rifles through her backpack, triumphantly pulling out -- wait for it -- the glitter. Jessie asks where she found it. Zoe shushes her, saying she'd give it to Jessie but she stole it from Grace. Zoe says that maybe Jessie could borrow it sometime though. Jessie's wheels are turning, and I have to give her credit -- she doesn't say anything other than, "Thanks."