They all sit down at the table. Victor makes a little toast thanking them for inviting him, and telling them how lucky they are to have one another. While he talks, Griffin and Daphne sneak in from different directions, looking very rumpled. Victor says that his family traditionally sings grace, and asks if he can. Everyone urges him to go ahead, so he sings. He has a beautiful voice. Seriously, I want him to come to my house for Thanksgiving.
Bailey knocks on a door to a house somewhere, but there's no answer. Tracy comes out and asks if he was leaving. I told you she'd be back. I really could not care less about this storyline, so let's just say that Bailey ends up going in the house to have sex.
Charlie stalks Sylvia so that he can talk to her. He tells her about Myra's coming over, and that he knows that Myra told her the truth, and that Myra will say the same thing to a judge. He tells her she should protect the people she loves, since that's what he is trying to do. Sylvia says she is already doing that. Charlie says if she was, then Myra wouldn't have to come to him, and that she's really protecting herself. As much as this woman sucks, Charlie is way too sanctimonious for someone who locks his little brother and his daughter in the basement all the time. He finishes up by saying, "Look after your little girl."
Griffin is in his shed, and Daphne comes in. These two are kind of cute together, but dialogue is not their strong point. Plus, it's a really clichéd scene. They both agree that they shouldn't start a relationship, but then they keep making out with each other. You've seen it before.
Julia comes home and Claudia tries to avoid her, but is not successful. Julia asks her how everything went at school. Claudia confesses that she didn't do anything, and that she just wants it to go away. Julia says that it won't just go away. Claudia says that she knows Julia has experience in this area, but that it's her life and she's the one who has to spend the next year with everyone talking about whether she's a slut or a liar, or worse. What's worse than a slut or a liar? Julia asks how she'll deal with running into Derrick all the time. Claudia says she'll figure something out, or make like it never happened, because maybe it never did. She leaves and Julia takes a deep breath for some reason, like they forgot to cut that scene. Oh, I forgot, they have to end every scene with a Salinger reaction shot.