It’s been crazy around the breakfast table as Tessa deals with Eden continuously invading her space. George is at a loss and is not able to offer his daughter a reasonable time when their new roommate will be getting a place of her own or if she will ever be moving out. Tessa is also upset about the healthy meals that are forever being served at home now. She thinks the wheat meatloaf is enough to make you throw up.
Lisa is gearing up to attend macramé camp and Malik thinks he wants to go to a sports camp this summer. Since the two of them made a pack that they would spend the summer together, this may become a problem. When it comes to Tessa, she has her mind made up to do an internship are the Village Voice. She was extremely surprised when she found out that Eden was in favor of her desire to spend the summer in Manhattan. She encourages her to hand carry her resume and drop it off in person to increase her chances of getting the gig. George is a little miffed when he finds out they made all these plans and decisions without him being included.
When Tessa goes to the Village Voice to drop off her resume, she leaves it with a guy who is snide and acts as though he is above her. Tessa thinks to herself, she would like to be like this person again. It is possible she will get that very opportunity as she made an impression on the guy. Back at Chatswin, Maklik agrees to go to macramé camp with Lisa. He tells he her will even knit her a new bikini.
Now Dallas is aggravated because Dalia’s kangaroo is a kleptomaniac and is prone to tear things up. She wants to put the beast in the guest house and immediately calls George to come help her with cleaning up the mess that he made. While they were cleaning up, they had an enlightening chat that provided clarity for both of them about the respective issues they had at home. George realizes that the two of them make a great team and likens them to Mulder and Scully on the X-Files. Dallas agrees with him, although she has never seen any of the episodes.
Meanwhile, George apologizes to Eden for getting frustrated with her, but he’s still very much infuriated with Tessa for planning her summer in the city. In order to offer a compromise, Eden suggests that Tessa try to commute every day instead of living in Manhattan. While George thinks this is a stellar idea, Tessa finds no resolve in it as it would prevent her from having any free time to spend with her friends. It could have been worse if George had said no as a final answer.
When Shelia Shay talks to Noah, she convinces him that he needs to keep his baby close and the people who carry his baby even closer. He wears out his welcome with Eden in no time as he can not respect her boundaries. He decides to back off and give her some space until the baby is born. As the show ends, Dallas rents a bunch of episodes of the X-Files, but can’t understand why Mulder and Scully won’t kiss.