You've Got Mold
Sarah (Lauren Graham) starts her new project with Hank (Ray Romano), meanwhile Kristina (Monica Potter) becomes the community counselor. Crosby (Dax Shepard) discovers mold in his house and Jasmine (Joy Bryant) isn't pleased. Julia (Erika Christensen) and Joel (Sam Jaeger) decide to explain to Sydney (Savannah Rae Paige) and Victor (Xolo Mariduena) what has been going on. Also starring: Peter Krause, Bonnie Bedelia, Craig T. Nelson, Mae Whitman, Miles Heizer, Max Burkholder, Tyree Brown
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Max is still being disruptive in school leaving the teacher with little choice but to send him to the library for private study, we later learn this has been happening a lot. I can understand the teachers point of view, he has 28 other students to teach. Not sure is starting a special needs school is the solution.
Camille is adjusting to nine back at home, getting WiFi installed and using her iPad to paint with a friend online. Guess the kids will have WiFi for their phones and stuff when they drop by, should come in handy while Crosby and Jasmine stay with their mould problems.
I agree with Sarah, she got the job because of her vision, the client wouldnít be to happy if that changes. Weird to think it was Max who probably made him see the light and go back to working for (with) Sarah on the job. It appears to have worked out, pity we didnít see them go off to for drinks.
Sad ending for Julia and Joel I donít know what he is thinking, since getting the new job Joel has changed. He wonít talk to Julia and lets face it it was one kiss. Yes she lied and didnít tell him right away but it was a one way Ďaffairí and Ed was more at fault. I really hope when the show returns they can work things out.