Crosby has Jabbar's toothbrush in a plastic baggie. But he's not going to take it to Julia's on-call DNA guy. No, he's taking it to Jasmine to prove that he doesn't need proof. At that, Jasmine relents and suddenly "gets it" that maybe Crosby would like some evidence that this five-year old kid is actually his. Magic! She says Crosby should go ahead and get it tested, only now Crosby doesn't want to. The end.
Julia is listing all of the possible charges that could be brought up on her if she got busted trespassing. She could be disbarred! She could go to jail! Who would watch the baby! She is really a lot of fun to be with. Joel is very understanding (or deaf) and just smiles blithely and shoves her in the pool.
Kristina is making chocolate chip pancakes to cheer Haddie up after her bitter fight with Steve. But, when Haddie walks into the room, she is all giggles and sunshine and little birds are tweeting around her head. Steve admitted that he secretly loved Love, Actually but couldn't admit it in public because of his street cred. But once he got home and he could text her all his deep emotional connections to the film, all was good again. Adam makes a sad face out of syrup on his pancake.
It's time for another baseball game and when a pop up fly comes Max's way, he catches it. Braverman FTW! Everyone cheers, but not Drew, because he is not there. He is at home, alone, sulking. Not even jerking off. Adam pulls up in his car and hollers at him, but Drew rightly ignores him, because who needs all that disappointment and sadness, right? But Adam hollers again and Drew tosses aside the videogame, clicks his heels together in joy, and jumps in the car. Adam, Max, and Drew play ball in the middle of the night. Because that is what Bravermans do.
Lulu Bates a.k.a. Melissa Locker would rather be watching Gilmore Girls. You can follow her on Twitter @woolyknickers.