TV-MA | 59 MIN
Written by Alan Ball
Directed by Uta Briesewitz
Audrey and Greg, who never asked for Ramon's medical history before adopting him, argue while Ramon recounts his dream inside Dr. Shokrani's office. The doctor identifies the language Ramon heard — "
At home, Shokrani describes the strong mental image he has of Ramon on the beach with him and his mother to his wife
Duc meets with a publisher in Vancouver and learns they'd love to release his book — with a foreword from his father to tie it to a
Vietnam, 1991, 5-year-old Duc watches impassively as a prostitute (his birth mother) has sex with a fisherman.
Unhappy with the direction the trip has taken, Duc, supposedly celibate, has sex with various women.
After learning he may need age-related eye surgery, Greg speaks to his class. His lecture is
Ashley receives a call from Kristen, who thinks she may have contracted an STD from Randy. The two go to a
At the station, Kristen's interest in Instagramming her mugshot amuses a female police officer, but when the same officer goes through Ashley's purse, the cop implies it may have been
Audrey and the head of Kristen's school, Principal Schneider, discuss a poster for the Northern European Heritage Society, a new student-run club created to celebrate the Caucasian race. Schneider looks to Audrey and her Empathy Initiative for help. Audrey tries to navigate the conversation between the NEHS kids and the non-white students, but she doesn't trust the quick about-face from the NEHS leader, Matt, who says they don't need a club.
Ashley insists Kristen tell their mom about her arrest and the chlamydia; Audrey is more than understanding. Kristen gets emotional about
Navid scrolls Kristen's real Facebook page with interest. Farid shares his fear with Layla that Navid's Muslim faith and gender fluidity makes him more susceptible to a hate crime — as does Layla's headscarf.
Ramon explains the video game he's designing
Audrey tells everyone not to let Ramon isolate himself, and presses the need for him to go on medication. Greg and the kids don't agree. They are all caught off guard when Ramon shows up to say the treatment he does or does not undergo is his decision.
Headed to a conference, Greg drives back roads until he comes to a T-junction. He reads left for Route 11 North or right for Route 11 South. The GPS tells him to go left: Greg turns right.