Elsewhere, Eddie’s former bandmate stops by to ask him to rejoin the group on tour opening for the Lumineers. Ed doesn’t think he can do it what with parenting Theo and all. Speaking of, the kid’s weird: He puts ketchup and pickles on his waffles while Katherine struggles to find a babysitter for him. In the end, the glorious Hunter comes over to look after Theo. The man also makes grilled cheese. I’m really shipping Hatherine hard. Then Eddie shows up to ruin things. He goes to Katherine’s office all high and mighty and mad that she’s not looking after their son. Katherine puts him in his place and drops in the fact that he never told her D is pregnant. She would’ve liked to have heard that from him. Oh boy, can’t wait until she finds out the baby’s actually Ed’s not Jon’s. Anyway, she’s busy enough for now worrying about being made partner at the firm. She’s worked for this all her life, but when she is offered the position, she says she can only take it if she’s allowed to be off the grid between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. to have dinner with her son. Get it, Katherine! Of course, the grumpy and heartless men at the firm say no to this, but in the end, Katherine doesn’t care. Theo is her priority and she’s finally getting her life back. Plus, one very handsome Hunter!!
Over at Gina and Rome’s place, their sink is broken so Gina calls Rome’s dad to fix it. Father and son get to some male bonding over plumbing until Rome’s dad finds his son’s anti-depressants. Rome opens up about his depression, explaining to his father that he’s trying to fix himself. He thinks the pills are working and admits he’s seeing a shrink too. His dad just shows him that the sink is working again and leaves. When Gina gets home, she’s impressed by the working tap. Rome fills her in on the situation with his dad. He says he met the most amazing man of his life when he was 30 seconds old, but that he just doesn’t get his life. He really wanted his dad to be okay with his treatment and proud to be his dad, but Gina says Rome has to respect himself for his dad to respect him. He did that today and she’s proud of him. (Recap continues on page 3.)