Why does every decent family drama have to have the storyline where the teen protagonist goes after a very age-inappropriate person. Ephram going after Madison on "Everwood" was the beginning of the end for that show. Lux having a relationship with Mr. Daniels on "Life Unexpected" was one of the many nails in the coffin during that show's second season. Even the "Pretty Little Liars" chick and her teacher on that other ABC Family drama. It's a real turn off for me, because I can't look at the older party as anything other than a predator. The ending with Chef doing the walk of shame down Emmett's front porch seemed to hint that this show wasn't going that way, but some of the promos have me worried. I really hope it stays just a crush. On the other hand, I love that they're finally diving into the Bay/John relationship. It's gotten some of the least play on the show so far, and it's probably the most fractured relationship between parent and child. He loves Bay, he's a good father to Bay, but he doesn't understand her. It looks like events are heading down a path where he can't coast with her any more. He's got to put both feet in, and that can only be a good thing for the show. Certainly it's the storyline I'm most excited about.