Claudia finds Todd at the coffeehouse. Does Todd have a home? He's never there. Anyway, Claudia starts to apologize but Todd says that he should have said something. They go back and forth over this for a while. Todd gives a speech about how his family always used to tell each other they loved each other, and then his parents got divorced because they were both having affairs. This caused Todd to decide that saying the words "I love you" didn't mean anything, but he does feel it. He pulls a set of keys out of his pocket and hands them to Claudia, saying that he had a set of car keys made for her that morning and that, baby, she can drive his car. Beep beep, beep beep, yeah.
Mitch walks into Charlie and Bailey's office and says he got Charlie's message, so he came in to pick up his last paycheck because he needs to get home for dinner. Charlie wants to talk to Mitch, and Bailey offers to leave, but Charlie tells him to stay, because if Charlie is going to martyr himself, he needs as many witnesses as possible. Anyway, Charlie launches into another boring assembly line story that boils down to this: They tried Charlie's plan and it sucked. Also, Mitch's replacement sucked. Mitch still wants to quit, but Charlie interrupts because he's not done martyring himself. Charlie admits that he's new at this too and that he made a mistake by pushing Mitch to quit, and they need to trust each other more. Do you think the theme of this episode is trust? I haven't gotten that.
Julia comes over to Adam's apartment. Adam says that the shuttle will be there any minute, and asks where her bag is. Julia says what we all knew anyway: She's not going to Mexico with him. She says her family is going through a lot of stuff right now, and she needs to be there. As if that ever mattered to her before. Adam points out that her family is always going to have problems, because they are the Salingers, and at some point she needs to break away. Julia says it's not about them needing her -- it's about her needing them. Because it's always about Julia and her needs. Then she talks about how amazing her family is, like if she says it enough maybe the viewers will start to believe it and tune in for the two-hour series finale May 3rd on Fox. Julia finishes up by saying that she knows Adam thinks she is taking a huge step backwards, but she's contractually obligated to appear in the finale, so she can't go to Mexico right now. Adam isn't mad, of course, because no one can hate Julia, at least not while they are within a hundred-mile radius. They hug goodbye and that's the last we will see of Adam, ever.