Maura: "Goodnight Janey; remember you have school tomorrow."
Jane: "Goodnight Mom, Dad."
Salem: "Well I'd hoped to tell you someday when we didn't need the money, and we'd both laugh about it."
Maura: "My father?"
Salem: "Yes, it...he thought it showed good character because he knew that I would do anything to provide for you. That's how we first became friends. In a strange way, he trusts me."
Maura: "That doesn't explain why you're still in this business."
You are so evil.
Hmm, it must be casual Friday for this alien.
Maura: "What? No, I...I've just experienced something. I don't know how to explain, and I'm not sure if it was real, but..."
Maura: "...right now all I want is for you to hold me."
Salem: "I can do that."
Maura: "Do you love me, Salem?"
Salem: "Yes. As always."
Maura: "Then we need to work through this together. We'll figure out the details some other time, but tonight I want you next to me."
Kim: "Why shouldn't I be? We've got another player for dominoes."
I think I neglected to mention the traits that Kim and Jane gained on age-up last time. Kim became ambitious, and Jane became a social butterfly.
Go home, Salem.
Carry on, Gilbert.
Jane: "Oh good one." *appreciative claps*
Jane: "Do you like country music, Thad?"
Thad: "Well, it's getting late. I actually have to get to my job."
Jane: "You don't like country music, do you? Just admit it."
Kim: "Yeah, don't deny your feelings."
Jane: "Silly Thad."
And the girls are off to spend another night at Mick's Master Karaoke/Bowling.
Emily: "That may be true."
Jane: "Um, I think I've lost my partner."
I guess that ends this bowling session.
Jane: "Need. Social. Interaction."
Jane: "Oh, don't be like that. Now we've got Gonzalo and our cousin Jeramie to go with us."
Jane: "Well how about we do something you'd like, too. What about a movie first?"
Kim: "We're taking Jake? Did you ask Grandpa about that?"
Jane: "Why? You think he'd say no?"
Jane: "C'mon, our grandparents could never get mad at us."
Kim: "That's actually true. They are probably the sweetest people to ever exist. Can we see the new superhero movie?"
Jane: "Whatever will get you out of the house."
Next time: The girls go out, Salem and Maura talk more, and we'll even see those sweet grandparents. Plus it should be the last chapter of this generation!