Charlie is in the garage, and he flashes back to Bailey, Julia and him sanding something and singing along to "Stop! In The Name of Love." Bailey is in Owen's room, and he remembers when Owen was a baby and wouldn't sleep. Bailey told him if he didn't find a nanny soon, he would have to sell Owen into the white slave trade. He finishes, "Now I know that's not how you pictured yourself growing up, but hey, join the club." Back in present time, Owen wakes up and asks Bailey if they ever had bunk beds, because Charlie said he could get bunk beds in the new place. Bailey says Owen's crib was across from his bed, where he could always see him. He used to put Owen in striped pajamas because it was easier to tell if he was breathing. Owen asks him to tell about how he used to throw things at him. Bailey tells how if he was snoring, Owen would pop him in the head with his pacifier, and they laugh.
Kirsten and Charlie are in the parents' bed. Hey, there's those lamps I liked so much when Sarah and Bailey had them! Charlie says he always hated the lumpy mattress. Kirsten asks if he remembers the first time they "did it" in that room. Charlie remembers that they did it on the floor because the bed squeaked. Charlie says Diana is a heavy sleeper, and asks Kirsten, "What do you say we go out with a bang?" Then they start making out. God, just when I was starting to think I might actually miss this show, they have to go and do something cheesy like that. Now I have a mental image of Kirsten naked. Ew!
Julia and Claudia are lying in beds in their old room. Julia says the new owners will probably re-plaster the ceiling, and that she knows every crack. She points out the state of Texas, a treble clef and their mother's eyeglasses. If the ceiling has that many cracks, especially in earthquake territory, wouldn't you be a little worried? Julia says she made so many plans while staring at that ceiling. She asks Claudia what time it is. Claudia says she packed the alarm clock. Julia says they had better get to sleep, but Claudia doesn't want to. If she closes her eyes, it will be morning. She wants to stay awake for the last few hours in their house. Julia says she'll stay up with her. Boy, she'll be in great shape to drive across the country, huh?
It's the next morning, and Bailey, Julia and Justin are packing up the Jeep. Bailey says he has a plan and Julia teases him, "You have a plan?" Bailey reminds her that he's done part of this trip before, when he went after Sarah. And that's the only mention of Sarah you will get in this episode. Justin says they don't have to be in DC for two weeks. Bailey says his plan involves no more than eight hours of driving per day, no more than two hours of driving per person, and they can stop whenever they want. Bailey says he's waited a long time to see the country. Justin offers to take the first shift. Bailey says he wants to be the one to drive away. See, it's like symbolic and stuff.