For the Petrie-Helper fishing trip, a cold sidelines Laura. Home alone, every little bump in the night raises fearful eyebrows. Millie's return to keep her company makes things worse.
Did You Know?
The title comes from Eugene O'Neill's play "Long Day's Journey Into Night". See more
The size of Laura's splotch changes size and tone when she passes through the kitchen door. See more
Darling, here's, uh, Ritchie's worms.
Don't let him play with them on the way up, huh?
How does he play with worms?
He tries to tie them all together and make one long one.