Nathan Fillion as

Episodes 3

Lily sends Henry an E-mail reminding him of his promise not to abandon her. Catherine still wants to send Lily to Maplewood (the institution), but Will insists that it would be better to just have her see a psychiatrist. Lily overhears their discussion. She promptly apologizes for her outburst at school, and claims that she feels better. She tells Jennie that she has decided--for her own good--to follow her mother's example and pretend that everything is normal. Jennie complains about being left out of the loop, so Lily enlists her help to break into the principal's office and look through Henry's files. She doesn't find anything implicating her mother. Jennie helps Lily as a lookout, but later upsets her by bragging about the experience to some girls. Robert assures Catherine that Henry will no longer be a problem, but says that he is tired of covering up her mess. Catherine hisses that it isn't ""her"" mess. Will wants to postpone a trip to New York so that he can stay close

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A River in Egypt


Glenn tells Catherine that he is married, and that his wife is coming to L.A. later in the day. She convinces him that they should have sex again before his wife gets there. Will arrives home early from his trip, and almost catches them going at it on the table. Catherine claims that Glenn was trying to hit her up for a donation. Will finds this dubious, and grows more suspicious after Mason mentions that Glenn had dinner at the house while Will was away. Catherine claims that she has been going to Glenn for counseling. Will goes to see Glenn and asks him to lead them in couples counseling. He invites Glenn and his wife to the family's weekly dinner. Catherine is opposed to the idea of couples therapy, but has to agree to it to cover up the affair. Jennie stays at the McAllister house after her diplomat father is kidnapped in Belize. She feels guilty because she had wished for more excitement in her life. However, she relishes the attention she receives at school. Jennie ca

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The Truth Hurts


Henry tells Lily that Robert beat him up and threatened to kill him unless he left Pasadena. Robert bragged that he had already gotten away with murder once, and could do it again. Henry blackmailed his mother into giving him money so that he could stay at a hotel. Henry also reveals that Dr. Darwell was the psychiatrist who institutionalized Philip Parker, and is likely in on the cover-up. Lily recalls Mrs. Weller saying that Robert had a crush on Meredith, and concludes that Robert killed her in a rage after she rejected his advances. Jennie learns that her father was not kidnapped; her mother simply forgot that he had gone away on a business trip because she had taken too many pills. Lily has Jennie pretend that her father is in danger so that Lily can use her low morale as an excuse to get out of the house. Henry finds Tom and tells him what happened to him. Lily refuses to open up to Dr. Darwell, who then calls Catherine to warn her. Lily goes to visit Henry. Unfortunate

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