"Unhappy Holidays" Betty White stops by (as Rose's mom) with her hubby for Thanksgiving dinner with the Abbots. Harold freaks out and gives Amy's new boyfriend Tommy the 3rd degree over his seedy past in recovery centers. Amy and Harold have it out in front of everyone, and she is so over her father's ways. Andy finds out about Ephram and Madison and goes ballistic. It takes talking to an Indian father (Adam Beach, who plays a casino manager) whose son is about to walk through fire to become a man to see that he has to let Ephram learn some lessons the hard way. Reluctantly, Andy allows Ephram and Madison to see each other, but reminds Madison what she's dealing with. With Thanksgiving dinner ruined for each, Andy and Harold end up at the town bar, and then go to the Indian Reservation casino to get away from it all. Harold starts up well at the Blackjack tables, but ends up in the hole quite a bit... Andy and Linda bump into one another while looking for Christmas trees, and Andy goes in for the killer liplock after Linda confesses that she did like the attention he lavished on her. Delia is so not thrilled with this new development. Amy runs away. The police have an APB on her. Supposedly Tommy doesn't know where she is. Rose's mom rips into Harold for being a bad father (to both Bright and Amy), but Rose comes to his defense, and then Rose's dad rips his wife a new one because she's so unpleasant and judgmental (that was funny). Stay tuned... (I think we are in re-run season for a bit now that sweeps are over for November). Emily Vancamp is really doing a good job with Amy, her mood swings and pain driven by her father's dismissal of her new boyfriend just pushed her over the edge, and you can see it in her face in their showdown. The scenes between Andy, Ephram and Madison were also well done, as were the one between Harold and Amy.