Bailey tries again to win elder Kate by getting and using concert tickets together, but she keeps bringing in her unsuspecting boyfriend Tom, who actually establishes a friendship with Bailey, who nevertheless decides for once not to be the nice gay, steals a kiss and demands she makes up her mind. After Charlie's now married old friends Mike and Nina Mayor invite him for dinner, she implicitly seduces him to car sex, yet blames him for warning her not to break up for his sake, while she already gave up on Mike. Sanctiminious Julie fakes documents to steal a waitress job for adults but uses cost and faked age to improve chances as excuses to refuse signing Claudia's entry form for the conservatory's violin competition, then scolds her tutor Ross Werkman for paying and singing himself, but changes her mind realizing it's also a tribute to their late mother. Written by
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What time is it, Charlie?
[holds up Charlie's watch
You stole my watch?
I found it in my medicine cabinet. Let's try to keep these little clues to a minimum while my mum's in town. She's an old fashioned girl.