Julia is talking to Griffin in the shed. Griffin says it must be weird for her. Julia says Charlie already talked to a broker, who said that the house will go fast. Griffin says he had better start clearing out his stuff. He thinks he should have done so long ago, because it's getting harder to explain why he works out of his ex-wife's garage, especially to his girlfriend. Julia asks if Stephanie is threatened by her, and says she likes that idea. Wow, Julia really loves herself a lot. Griffin says that Stephanie understands that it's mostly about being close to Julia's family, because she's big on family. She wants to have a lot of kids. Julia says Griffin was always good with Owen. Griffin says it's a weird thought that someday he'll have kids and she'll have kids, but they won't be the same kids. Julia says their kids will be friends and they'll know that they loved each other, that they still love each other. I'm glad we got a little closure on this relationship. I wish I could say the same for Bailey and Sarah.
A couple is looking at the house while all the Salingers stand in the kitchen and stare at them, like that would happen. ["Actually, it does happen, and it's really brutal when you're looking at a filthy, horrible house and all you want to do is run from the first second you open the door, and then the owner's like, 'Let me show you the high ceilings upstairs!' and you're trying to back out the door with your boots unlaced because you don't want to walk on the flea-ridden bright red shag carpet. Not that I'd know." -- Wing Chun] The couple talks about how they would arrange the house for their two small kids. They go out to check out the yard, and Bailey comments sarcastically, "Terrible people." Charlie says they can all decide what to do. Julia doesn't want to decide, because it's all they have left of their childhood. Bailey asks Claude what she thinks. Claudia think that couple will be okay, and they still have the restaurant and their parents' things, and photographs, and what she has in her head. Claude will want her own home someday, and she's had seventeen years there, and that's enough. The couple comes back in and says they want to make an offer. The Salingers fade out until all that's left is an empty kitchen. Woo, special effects.