Everyone is at the station having turkey. Jimmy comes in -- he decided not to go to Atlantic City after all. I guess he did remember last week's conversation! Bobby and Kim talk about not having normal families. Matt also arrives for the festivities. It's just a big dysfunctional family party.
Yokas goes off on Fred about getting drunk and making her brother feel bad. He defends himself by telling her that her brother looks down on him and her, which she now knows is true. She tells him that every time he faces a problem he drinks. Then she announces that she is going to bed, and he looks all sad. She takes his hand and they go to bed together. I predict future episodes with Fred and a drinking problem.
Doc calls that woman again and hangs up on her. A few seconds later the phone rings, and it is that woman. Doc asks her how he got his number, and she informs him about star 69. D'oh, busted! Small talk. She asks him out. He accepts.
Maggie meets Sully at a deli. How many delis do you know of that stay open after midnight? ["Hey, it's New York City. A lot of them never close at all." -- Sars] So he tells her that he thinks he may not be doing the right thing. She asks him for more information so she has a clue as to what he is talking about, but he tells her he isn't ready. So then she asks if she can order some food. Oh, yeah, like after eating a big Thanksgiving dinner she's actually hungry. You know Sully is hungry -- but not for food, if you know what I mean, and I think you do.
Carlos goes to the hospital and visits the old Spanish-speaking lady. Um, aren't visiting hours during the day? He asks if she remembers him. She tells him she doesn't. If she doesn't remember him, maybe she forgot that she really doesn't have four daughters and she's just a crazy old lady. He introduces himself and offers her one of the plates of food he brought with him. She isn't hungry, so he sits next to her and eats. Fade to black.