This episode had so many heartwarming moments, I spent the entire last half of it wondering who was going die or fall down a well.
Over at Our Gang's Club House, it's like herding cats trying to get Herc, Billy, and Tim on the same page as Jason. Jason's attempts to take charge in selling the now-rehabbed house are met with accusations that he's always playing the baby card; when he ups the selling price, there's a near revolt. But, a few girly slaps and welling-up tears later, they agree to follow his lead, and the house sells. Jason runs into a former Dillon Panther who's going pro, and his agent, and a big old light bulb goes on over his head when he hears the agent talk about the business. We end the episode on a sweet moment between Jason and Lyla; Lyla sadly realizing that he's going to leave Dillon, but giving him all of her confidence in his prospects.
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