Let's Go Home
Zeek (Craig T. Nelson) and Camille (Bonnie Bedelia) discover a bundle of old rolls of film, and they ask Max (Max Burkholder) to develop the mysterious photos. Sarah (Lauren Graham) overanalyzes Hank’s (Ray Romano) offer with Julia (Erika Christensen), and the sisters spew their relationship fears. Adam (Peter Krause) decides the future of the Luncheonette with Crosby (Dax Shepard), but Jasmine (Joy Bryant) unexpectedly intervenes.
Also Starring: Monica Potter, Miles Heizer, Mae Whitman, Savannah Paige Rae, Xolo Mariduena
Trailers & Teasers
Zeek is back home but is weak and needs help from Camille, finding some old rolls of undeveloped film they take them to Max to be developed. This was a good episode for seeing into the families past, using real photos of the cast to tell the story. I like how they were used and while itís not unusual to find old film that has been forgotten in a draw, it is to have it in such good condition. That said it was a nice way to tell the story and have the family interact, including Max bursting in on Sarah and Hank.
Speaking of we see Sarah debating the pros and cons of marriage to Hank, talking to Julia and Camille before accepting his proposal. It was nice that it was done with Hank finishing up building the crib for Amber, Sarah could see how good Hank is not only for herself but also her kids and even Max. It was good to hear from Seth, even if it was just a note attached to the crib box left at Amberís door. Also funny seeing Sarah trying to build the crib.
Meanwhile Crosby took the news hard that Adam wanted to sell up the Luncheonette and move on, I do like that Jasmine came to see Adam and in the end he decides to stick it out, for a short time I thought Zeek might by him out to keep Crosbyís dream alive.
Julia and Joel are getting back on track, after finding a photo of Joel she calls him, they agree they need to talk. It was comical to see Julia rush to tidy herself up before he came over and more so the next morning with Joel hiding under the bed with Sydney sending him a text, it was nice to have some of that back. Also them agreeing to see where things were going before telling the kids, which all came to nothing when they kissed on the ice rink with the kids watching.
The ending was nice with Zeek visiting the old house to get the baseball cards, only to decided to leave them as a surprise the new kids in the house might find one day, nice was to tie up that story and see the house one more time.