Sam reluctantly lets Linda move into his house for Nick's sake, but in the end Nick needs his mother to move out - and move on for all of them. Cassie realizes that Grace is looking for more than a driving instructor in Sam - she sees him as a father figure. Sam continues to be stumped by the persistent Sharon, whom receptionist Eve thinks is more lovesick than sick (and for Sam himself).
Did You Know?
When Sam asks Cassie if she plays cards, his right hand position changes between camera cuts (down, and then back up to his head coming down). See more
Dr. Sam Radford
Well, the chicken-that-isn't-chicken goes really well with the coffee-that-isn't-coffee.
Son My Son
Written by Robert Nicholas Arnett, Graham Fink, Marlana Sheetz, Andrew Heringer
Performed by Milo Greene See more