Whaddayaknow? Ashley's back at her parents' house with her bags, wanting to move in. She wants to negotiate some stuff first, namely the curfew. She doesn't understand why she can't come home later than 12:00. Chris says she can come home at 12:00 on weeknights and 2 on the weekends. Ashley cries and pleads with them not to give her a curfew at all if she communicates and lets them know when she'll be home. Chris compromises to 1 on weekdays, 2 on weekends, and says she can break the rules, maybe, if she's good. She moves back in, happy about it even if it's not as flexible as she'd like. They all hug. Awwww... Zzzzzzzz.
Albie has bad news for his mom: He got bad grades because of his learning disability (which Caroline describes as "ADD or something"), a 1.9. The cutoff was 2.0, so the school's kicked him out, and they don't care about his learning disability. He appealed, and they told him to find a new career. Caroline wants him to use this to fuel his fight, which she wishes she could fight for him. He says he feels worthless and they both cry. Dude, give me a break. He got a 1.9. Learning disability or not, those are some bad grades. Albie says he doesn't know what a learning disability is, and Caroline tells him to become an attorney for himself and "every learning disability kid who comes after you." This is right up there with the Gettysburg Address and MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech in the annals of inspirational speeches in American history. (Hey, when did Ryan O'Reily start doing insurance commercials?)
Albert and Caroline talk about Albie's law school situation, because she wants to make sure they're on the same page before they deal with their grown son's problems for him.
Teresa and Jacqueline go shopping for clothes now that they've had their babies. They're shopping at Posche, owned by Kim D., who previously bashed Danielle to them but then went to a luncheon with Danielle. Gasp! Good thing for this show, though, since they obviously don't have enough current footage to fill the air time. Anyway, Kim D. says she only lunched with Danielle because she's a customer. Teresa's considering inviting Kim D. to her housewarming party, but only if she's not friends with Danielle, because she wants no drama that night. As if that's possible at any party on this show. The producers will manipulate some right up for us if none happens organically.