Bailey has the hots for Owen's babysitter Kirsten Bennett and brilliantly (over)plays the seduction tip -establishing a common interest- Charlie gave him before either brother realized both are interested in her. Charlie is the one who gets her interest, even though a handyman client offers him another project where the sex primes over work. A school genealogy project inspires Claudia to go looking for the kids' only possibly surviving grandparent, who left their (grand-mother twenty years ago, but Bailey establishes the Jack Gordon she befriends is just a namesake. Julia risks her friendship with fellow A-nerd Libby Dwyer by giving priority to parties over a Shakespeare assignment, yet spends the night on a crucial poetry paper love-sick Bailey just can't concentrate on. Written by
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I was wrong about you, wasn't I? I mean, look at you. You're all grown-up. What a surprise. So grown-up. Has anyone ever told you you're irresistible?