The Salingers plus two are at dinner, but there is a conspicuously empty seat next to Julia where Evan is supposed to be. Claudia and Joe are discussing Julia's relationship, specifically the age difference. Claudia thinks it's a big deal and Joe says it isn't. Bailey stares off into space. Victor has a growth coming out of his underarm -- oh wait, that's Owen sleeping. Sorry about that. Victor asks if Julia is okay. Joe asks Bailey if the age thing was a problem when he dated that older woman (Annie, for the record). Bailey wakes up from his reverie but he didn't hear the question. Julia says she's going to go try Evan again. A waitress comes up with a problem and Bailey dispatches Joe to handle it. Victor actually shows Owen some human kindness, because God knows none of his siblings do. Claudia asks why Bailey sent Joe, and Bailey says that Joe is the new manager. Claudia asks why Victor is watching Owen then, if Bailey isn't working tonight. Boy, Claudia is just full of questions, isn't she? Bailey says that he's going out "with Will, or something." Julia returns and says that Evan is still in his meeting for another half hour and suggests that they order dessert. Victor says maybe he should get Owen home to bed, since again he's the only one who cares, and he's getting paid to do so. Bailey says he has to take off and Claudia says she has a lot of homework. Victor picks up Owen, and I think Owen is dead. Of course, no one cares. Julia just thinks about Evan.
Bailey enters a bar slowly. A waitress asks him if he wants to order anything. He stands there for a minute and then stammers, and finally says, "Yeah. Yes."
There's a knock and the doorbell rings and Charlie answers the door. It's the middle of the night, I gather. Myra is at the door, escorted by a cop. The cop says that they found her in a park with a bottle of something alcoholic, and he hands the bottle to Charlie. Kirsten comes out to see what the ruckus is about. Myra told the cop that Charlie was her father. Charlie and Kirsten protest and try to set the record straight as a drunken Myra says, "Hi, Dad!" Charlie says he's her teacher. The cop says that he will take her back to the precinct to sleep it off, but Charlie and Kirsten say that she can stay there. They help her in and dump her on the couch. I would suggest they also put a garbage can next to the couch. I'm just sayin'.