Bailey is god-struck when Jill's mother sends word his lover unexpectedly died of a cocaine overdose, even refuses to attend her funeral, as the pain is way beyond bearable, only Charlie can come close enough to offer some comfort after even Will wasn't allowed to stop Bailey getting drunk and driving as life seemed hopeless. Julia makes a pest of herself to Jill's poor brother Griffin, bugging him to accept the coat Jill wanted him to have as replacement for one she lost when stoned. Julian is far from pleased with her gift-masked meddling with his supposed lack of fashion taste, yet ends up grinning and baring it. Ross fears his application to adopt a baby girls is lost after a suspicious reaction on his implicit admission to be gay, but after a glowing plea from Bailey he's approved. Charlie and Kirsten resolve to get married and propose. Written by
Did You Know?
The title is based upon a quote from William Shakespeare
's play "Julius Caesar" (Act I, Scene II): "Beware the ides of March". See more
What do you want, Claud?
I don't know. I don't understand, Bay. I thought Jill was okay. I mean you just saw her today and she was okay, right? And she was in that program, so... how could this happen? How did Jill die from an overdose of cocaine? How come she had drugs in her room? Bailey?
How do I know? Maybe she bought them from some creep this afternoon while we were shopping downtown. Maybe she already had it stashed in her room which was leftover from her carefree days. Maybe she found ...
Closer to Five
Composed by Sammy Llanas
(as Sam Llanas) and Kurt Neumann
Performed by the BoDeans See more