Thursday, April 28, 2011


"I don't get it," GQ paced back and forth as Grant watched sympathetically. "What did I do that was so wrong that I... that I'm being forced to give up my kid?"

"No one is forcing you to do anything. You have options. I spoke to Ms. Boudreau. She believes you are on target to win your case. Honestly, you were immensely generous to even consider — "

"No matter what I do, no matter how far backwards I bend, I'm still the bad guy who wants to wrench a happy little kid out of his home," GQ seethed.

"Don't fall for that trap, son. Opponents will label you as they see fit in order to get the outcome they want. If you truly believe you are doing what's best for Hudson, then you are, in fact, the hero, not the villain."

"I can't deny that Rick and Mindy love him. But, they want to make it so I have no say in my son's upbringing whatsoever." GQ refused to give in to the angry tears welling in his eyes. "I made a mistake. I led a girl on when I shouldn't have... a mistake practically every guy makes at least once in his life."

"My primary mistake with Kirkland's mother was that I wasn't the man she loved. Which was unfortunate, since we were married and I was Kirkland's father."

"So because things didn't work out like they wanted, they get to screw around with our lives? With our kids' lives? How is that fair?"


GQ turns to Grant (!) for parenting advice, Lorna continues to wear down Marley, who makes a stunning request in return. Kirkland surprises Jamie with what he really wants for his birthday, Carl teaches Elizabeth a disturbing lesson, and Jeanne pushes Matt to take a stand against Donna.

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