Patrick tells Grace that there's a ghost outside, and an unbelieving Grace gives him a water pistol and tells him to squirt the ghost, but when she and Libby find a warm pie in the backyard and no one else is around, even Grace begins to wonder. She talks to Nadine about being torn -- on the one hand, he's smart, kind, sensitive and giving; on the other, he's controlling, which was her problem with Masters of sex libby black baby shower in Independence -- and she jokes that she has "post-traumatic Jimmy syndrome.
Grace is going crazy trying to finish her paper on The Grapes of Wrathand she keeps reminding Quentin that he also has a book report that's due. And then, in a very sitcom-like moment, two students offer Virginia a chance to not just join their study group, but lead it.
He ended up floating that way and the one time he tried to go on a gut reaction for something, he got shot down. Grace has no problem with Martha's profession and admires her efforts to continue her education. Grace brings Rob home to meet her kids just as Nadine announces that the baby's on its way.
Laurie has also bought Quentin expensive pants and a new camera. She asks for the ring back and when Grace refuses, she calls the police. He later explains that he doesn't want to be intimate until he is in a committed relationship; Grace is a bit upset at first, but as they talk about it, he decides he's ready.
Grace brings Rob home to meet her kids just as Nadine announces that the baby's on its way. Wade visits them to hang out with Russell because he is too lonely. Grace tries to patch-up their relationship, but fails.
The dramatic, confrontational moments were the highlights and, like last week, characters made big decisions that progress their storylines and allow them to stand on two feet, rather than let their actions be dictated by others. Grace tries to keep Emmett's secret, but the truth comes out.
Instead Virginia makes her own excuses to save face and opts to lunch by herself.