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Ephram falls deep into a depression when he can't figure out his relationship with Amy. He only gets more depressed once he hears that Will Cleveland, his former piano teacher and mentor, has passed away. Bright tries to cheer him up, his style, by taking him to a college keg party, but Ephram doesn't respond to the girls hitting on him and decides to just play video games instead. After urging from a new professor, Amy decides to get involved with Planned Parenthood, but this creates a rift between her and Hannah when Amy tries to get her to volunteer as well. Meanwhile, Edna suffers a panic attack and Andy takes her to the hospital; Harold and Rose decide to adopt a child, but get caught up in the complexities of doing so; and Delia continues to grow more rebellious.
Bright: She's gone.
Reid: She who?
Bright: Ms. Pac-man. How did this happen? Was there a break-in? You've already called 911?
Ephram: I sold her.
Bright: You sold her. How could you do that?
Ephram: I needed the money.
Bright: And you couldn't donate some blood?
Reid: Thank God you sold that thing. It was killing my GPA.
(Ephram nods in agreement)
Andy: You're having dinner at out house tomorrow night. I don't like the idea you being all by yourself.
Edna: I don't need a babysitter.
Andy: Do you want me to hire a nurse to take care of you?
Edna: I hate you Brown.
Andy: Perfect. You'll fit right in with Delia.
Bright: Oh yeah, B plus. Career high. Who puts the stud in American Studies? Bright Abbot does, ladies and gentlemen. I could do this professionally.
Ephram: You want to be a historian?
Bright: God, is that what it would make me? Never mind.