I don't know how the writers do it, but I caught myself tearing up at Bright's storyline, where he drives all the way to Colorado A&M in an attempt to change the minds of the admissions department, even though Harold doesn't do much in supporting his plan of action. And then after Bright gets more bad news, just seeing Harold waiting there for Bright, being there for him, it just struck me in a strange way that brought tears to my eyes. And then to follow it up with Ephram finally saying goodbye to Madison on his terms just opened up the floodgates for me. You could how much growing up Ephram did in finding a way to take the good from his relationship with Madison, but knowing that breaking up was the right thing to do at this time and place. It's rare that I see films nowadays that get to me like this show does on a regular basis. Delia also finds a way to let Madison go because letting her go means Ephram won't be as sad and he takes precedent over her. It was a very mature realizaton on part of a 10 year old. Amy has problems with going cold turkey on the Zoloft, begs Linda to keep her on for another month, and Linda agrees. Then while picking up her prescription, she bumps into Colin's mom, and seeing that she's doing fine, though with another brand of anti-depressant, Amy leaves the pharmacy and gathers the strength to throw away her pills, and deciding to tackle what life has in store for her. Harold still won't forgive Andy for not telling him that Amy got birth control pills from Andy.