- Uncle Will. - Yeah?
- I got more green. - Nice.
Hey, Zoe, check out this masterpiece.
What's that supposed to be?
What.. That's, that's you, that's your mom, your dad
and this handsome gentleman on the end is me.
Believe it or not, that's actually an improvement
for your uncle.
She's funny today.
You know, if you actually worked here
like you said you would six months ago when you moved back
you could sample the flavors anytime you wanted.
Yeah, but you know, we have April
'working here, the greatest cousin ever..'
Plus, I'd probably eat all your profits.
You know what, don't put it on me
that you don't wanna work, okay?
Hey, construction has kept me very busy lately
thank you very much.
And baby-sitting me.
Uh, this is true.
Where else are you gonna get a free baby-sitter
with this kind of raw talent, huh?
What'd you draw, peanut?
It's a picture of grandma and grandpa.
I love it.
Hey, you know what, why don't you get some
sprinkles with April?
Hey, you've ever notice that, uh, Zoe is ambidextrous?
Yeah, she's my daughter.
Yeah, but Geoff is not lefty, and neither are you
and I don't know any other family members
who were ambidextrous, let along left-handed.
I still miss them.
Still feels like it was yesterday.
- Hey. Here you go. - Oh-ho-ho-ho!
Uh, the refrigerator guy is here.
- Oh. - Yeah.
What? Oh, this is about your mom's surprise party.
It's at 5:00.
Is everybody on there?
No, only the party planning committee
which is why your mom's gonna be super surprised.
So don't say anything, okay?
- I won't. - Yeah, alright.
- Hey, Uncle Will. - Yeah.
My picture made mom sad.
I wanted her to love it.
It's just that..
You see, you are super lucky
because you have a mom and a dad.
'But ours were in an accident when we were younger'
and we don't know a lot about them.
Sometimes it's hard to not know where you came from.
Sometimes it feels, like unsteady.
Don't tell her, don't, okay?
Can I see?
What are you two being so secretive about?
- Nothing. - Mm, yup.
I'm sorry if my picture made you sad.
Oh, no, peanut.
It is the most beautiful picture in the world.
You know what, I'm gonna go hang it up right here
next to grandma and grandpa.
- Oh. - More party stuff.
No, no, this was not for us.
I gotta go, I'll see you later, okay?
- Hey, where you're goin'? - Huh?
- I gotta go. - You just got here.
- Why are you bein' weird? - I'm not bein' weird.
Not bein' weird, I gotta go.
Got things to do. Bye.
So he does that thing, where he says he's listening
until I go on and on about it and then guess what?
- He's snoring. - Yeah!
Oh, I almost forgot!
In honor of you soon officially being one year older than me...
- Okay, two months. - Same thing.
I got you an early birthday present.
Let me know if you need help opening it
due to your advanced age.
Let me see.
You're the stars to my moon.
- I love you. - Hm, you too.
And that's not even your big birthday present..
You haven't gotten it yet, have you?
Yeah, well, you know me.
But I promise it will be fabulous.
Hm, full time masseuse?
Trip to Tahiti?
- Oh, a full time coffee supply? - Wow.
Hey, did you know Zoe is ambidextrous?
She draws left and right-handed, throws, bats
and then Geoff and I are right-handed.
I don't think anyone else in the family is ambidextrous..
Hey, you! Did you even hear what I said?
Yeah, sorry, I'm just daydreaming.
- You okay? - Sorry. Yeah, yeah, fine.
Is it Roger?
Why would you say that?
Well, because you've been talking about the two of you
fighting for months.
Look, I get it, being the detective's wife can't be easy.
No, Roger's fine.
It's just, um..
It's just what?
Come on, I'll race you back.
- Hello. - Hm.
Oh, um, is it okay if we stop at the shop first?
April says the fridge is acting up
and she wants me to take a look at it.
Yeah, that's fine, we can get by, we got plenty of time.
But we should go like now.
So not like, plenty plenty of time?
- We should probably go. - Okay.
- Why are the lights off? - I don't know. Weird.
You, you, you, you sneak.
You complain me.