Bob then starts a conversation with Spencer, which he then begins to make lame jokes. Sensing the awkwardness, Bob leaves, but not before saying a final joke. To add to Teddy's embarrassment, Gabe then asks " When will the hot guy get here?
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Teddy chases Gabe out of the room, and Teddy and Spencer are finally alone on the couch. Spencer and Teddy start their study date. Spencer says he left his textbook at school, so Teddy offers to share. Teddy and Spencer pretend to look for pencils, but Spencer puts breath spray in his mouth and Teddy applies lip gloss. Spencer says Teddy must live next door to the weird guy, PJ.
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Teddy replies " I am too". Teddy then goes downstairs, asking them to quiet down. PJ says there's only one level in rock and roll, and it's loud. Emmett asks why the Vibe doesn't have a say in it, telling Teddy that he's the Vibe. Teddy unplugs the cord, telling PJ that the cord is going somewhere else if she hears another noise.
Emmett asks why Teddy is cheating on him with Spencer. PJ informs Emmett that Teddy barely knows he exists. Teddy goes back upstairs to continue their study date. While studying, Spencer yawns and puts his arm around Teddy. She throws a rubber ducky at the radio to turn on music. The two nearly kiss, but they are interrupted by Gabe. He complains that he's hungry, and Teddy tells him that there's a half-eaten sandwich in the fridge and to "knock himself out. As they continue, Bob interrupts their kiss once more, asking Teddy to watch the baby.
While walking down the stairs, he slips on a rubber ducky, and slides down the stairs, Charlie goes flying into the air. Bob catches Charlie just in time and insists that nobody can tell mom.
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Bob asks Teddy to get PJ to start the bug truck to go to the hospital, complaining that his butt hurts. He also tells Teddy that she has to take care of the baby while he is gone. Teddy begins to say "Nooo! PJ drives Bob to the hospital, and Bob complains that his butt is on fire. Meanwhile, Teddy and Spencer continue their study date while babysitting Charlie. Spencer thinks he should go, but Teddy says that's not a good idea.
At the hospital, Bob is lying on a bed with hospital attire on.
Bob asks PJ to blend in, but PJ asks how he will be able to fit in while motioning towards his face. Bob tells him to figure something out. He tries to blend in the hospital by putting on a doctor's uniform. PJ tries to leave but sees Amy outside talking with a person. PJ then runs into a boy who has a fish hook stuck in his lips. The boy questions if PJ's the doctor, and Pj assures him he is, introducing himself as Dr. The boy is not sure if he's a real doctor because he looks young.
PJ asks what the problem is, and he yells that there's a fish hook in his lip, because his dad's "not a very good fisherman. Back at the Duncan house, Teddy is trying to get Charlie to sleep by singing to her. Spencer shows up, helping Teddy by holding her shoulders and rocking with her. Emmett suddenly comes in, sarcastically saying he must be in the ballroom. Emmett asks what Spencer is doing with his girlfriend. Spencer replies saying Teddy is not his girlfriend. Emmett says he wants to " take things outside", but when Spencer stands up and reveals how tall he is, Emmett backs down.
Teddy gets a phone call from Mrs Dabney. Teddy tells her she has not seen her cat. Dabney then says she called because Gabe sneaked into her house and is stealing her food.
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Dabney yells at Gabe to get away from her pie. Teddy tells Spencer not to go anywhere, and Emmett to go somewhere. Teddy immediately goes to her house to fetch Gabe. At the hospital, PJ does his best to hide from Amy. He runs into a hairy man who asks for a sponge bath. He runs out and sees Amy, she asks what he is doing here.
PJ says he's not giving sponge baths to big hairy men. PJ walks backwards as Amy comes towards him and trips, dragging down the curtain that Bob is behind. Amy sees Bob and mentions that he promised not to drop Charlie, but Bob says it was an amazing catch. Amy says that she can't handle 4 children anymore, saying she's a horrible mother.
Bob says he's a horrible father, and Amy says she knows. Bob says the other three kids are fine. PJ tells her that the kids will all help in taking care of Charlie and that when something goes wrong, they can all share the blame. The intercom calls Dr. Chandrasulewan to the operating room. PJ groans and starts walking, saying it never ends. Meanwhile, Teddy finally arrives at Mrs. Dabney's house. Teddy says to Mrs.
Dabney that she shouldn't have let him in, but she informs Teddy that Gabe crawled through the cat door. She tells Mrs. Dabney that she is sorry about the incident, and she wants Gabe to apologize. Instead, Gabe asks what Mrs. Dabney is fixing tomorrow, and she replies that it's the cat door to install a lock. As Teddy starts to go home, Gabe sits on Mrs. Dabney's porch. Teddy asks why, and Gabe questions she's suddenly interested in him.
Gabe says he's jealous of Charlie for taking all the attention. He feels like a loser middle kid, like Teddy. Teddy says she was the youngest child once, and when Gabe arrived, she was jealous of him, but when Gabe peed on PJ, she learned to warm up to him.
Teddy says even though the hottest guy in school is at the house, she's spending time with Gabe. Charlie suddenly pukes milk on Teddy, and Gabe laughs, saying that he's starting to warm up to Charlie already. Back at the house, Teddy tells Spencer that Charlie is having a nap, Gabe is playing a video game, and they are finally alone.
They attempt to kiss but are interrupted by Bob and PJ. Bob, acting wacky because of the pain medication given to him, says he has a bruised coccyx, which is a funny word, and he laughs with PJ. A car honk is heard outside, and Bob asks if it was him.
Spencer then realizes that his ride has arrived and that he needs to go now. Before he leaves, he and Teddy nearly kiss but are interrupted by a car honk. Each paw cushioned the burden of a heavy body on weak, arthritic legs. His journey, his final journey, was slow and painful. But nobody tried to hurry him. He was afforded the dignity of patience and time. Finite time. We could wait. After fifteen years of devotion, companionship, protection, and horrendous farts, it was time for Dylan, our beautiful and proud wolf, to finally shake off the burden of his old age and rest.
We stayed with him right until the end, as was our bound duty. He could probably only make out the hazy outline of our faces through his cataracts and hear our muffled praise and farewells through his failing ears, but he could feel our strong embrace and he knew our scent, enough to tell him that we were there, that there was nothing to be afraid of. We made his final arrangements, thanked the vet and left; feeling broken.
A family with a missing piece. This is the first time that we, as a family, have experienced the grief of losing a member of the clan.
His absence looms large in the house. I ventured out to the local park with the kids, a few days after. This familiar place had become peculiar. Like a silent mournful call from the place he loved. Calling out for a dear friend. A sound that only a dog can hear. Thanks for being one of us. Thanks for looking into our eyes all of them years ago at the animal sanctuary where we found you; thanks for etching your name onto our hearts.
Thanks for filling our house with life before we had children; thanks for welcoming the children into your house when they came. Thanks for being patient with us, for being by our side; for your devotion, your friendship, your love. He could scarce catch his breath as he stared down the hall at the boy who now stood on the floor.
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Thank you. Good boy… X Dylan — The old man sat still in his cold pantry hole, he was grizzled and grimaced in fright. His knees crushed the end of his snot-frozen nose; his arms wrapped around them so tight. A spider was hiding inside his left ear, peeking out from its wax splattered lair. But the man did not itch, for his gaze was transfixed, at the half-eaten boy on the stairs.
For seven long days sat the boy on the stairs, as still as a tailor shop doll.