Adam finds Suck Up Steve and Haddie snuggling on the couch and immediately does his best to disrupt the arm-on-the-shoulder action before Haddie gets pregnant and has to raise his own grandchild. Haddie glares daggers at him, but he will not rest until Steve is at least ten inches from her. Finally he grabs his bat and balls and tries to get Max out to the ball field with Drew, but Max doesn't want to go. Adam promised him yogurt and HE WANTS YOGURT. He screams about yogurt for a while, but Adam decides to sweat this small stuff and holds his ground: BASEBALL. I have absolutely no idea why the two are mutually exclusive. Can't they just get yogurt and take it to the ballpark?? And do kids really prefer fro yo to ice cream? Anyway, Suck Up Steve attempts to help out by offering to take Max for yogurt, which infuriates Adam (suck up FAIL), but further endears him to Haddie. Adam angrily throws down his baseball gear and gets Max in the car. Drew is already at the field when Adam calls him to tell him that he can't make it today. Drew looks disappointed, but like he is used to disappointment, which is worse. So...why can't they just pick up the yogurt and take it to the park? Or pick up Drew and take him for yogurt? Whatever.
Sarah has apparently decided to spend all day in the diner. Now she is meeting Crosby there to express her disappointment in him for not sharing the existence of his child over pancakes. She gets right to the point and Crosby immediately crumbles under fake pressure. But then he thinks it was JULIA who told her and Sarah realizes that ALL HER SIBLINGS KNEW and her self esteem crumbles to dust and flies away like ashes in the wind. Crosby sort of apologizes for not telling her because, yeah, obviously he was going to tell her, but, you know, didn't. For some reason this appeases her and they are insta-friends. She asks him about Jabbar, which is nice, and he explains that he is a really sweet kid, a sweet smile, and curly hair. Sarah asks if he has told Katie, his devoted fiancée, about the surprise child. To his credit, Crosby looks slightly uncomfortable when confessing that he hasn't. Sarah tells him that in her experience as Lorelei Gilmore that he really needs to tell Katie now and just deal with the consequences.