Jules and Ellie differ on whether it's more difficult to raise a baby in your 40s than in your 20s. Ellie tricks Jules into watching Baby Stan on her own for a day, but Jules is determined to prove how easy it is... especially when she's roped in Grayson to help. Stan ends up locking himself in the pantry and Ellie ends up coming to save the day, forcing Jules to eat crow.
Grayson expresses his desire to have kids, while Jules tells Ellie she has no interest in having any more.
Meanwhile, Bobby's given the chance to play golf for free in order to train for his upcoming tournament, as long as he tees off before 6:00 a.m. He can't ever wake up in time, so he tries various creative ways to wake himself up, including building a contraption that will shine sunlight directly on his face, but none of it works. Travis ends up coming over to wake him him, despite Bobby's objections, because he says he'll be there for his dad when he needs him.
Andy volunteers to be Laurie's wingman as she puts herself back out there after her split with Smith. Laurie realizes she's outgrown the club scene and gets depressed over it. Andy tries to convince her she's tasted love and now is ready to have a family. She meets a guy at the coffee bar and goes home with him instead, wakes up the morning and proudly struts her walk of shame.
Oh that's right. You have a kid!Jules (to Ellie)
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Jules: Ellie is not a morning person. Or a night person. There's really only about seven minutes a day you are fun to be around.
Ellie: The best part is you never know when they're coming.
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