Hey Gary, phones should be turned off. Don't be so rude! OK, maybe he has an important phone call that he has to take. Turning your phone off with this bunch could be a disaster since something is ALWAYS happening.
See? He's all smiles, all the time. But is Eddie hiding behind all of his smiles and pretending to be OK? He knows why he has to hide the fact that he's the father of Delilah's baby, but it doesn't make it any easier for him to accept it.
Friendship means letting your buddy crash on your couch. It also means noticing when your buddy is being grouchy for some inexplicable reason. Gary looks distracted, so maybe Eddie will be the one to notice and talk him through his issues.
Ah, this is the face you make when your estranged wife brings a date to the group function with all of your friends, and you didn't bring anyone because you're still in love with your secret baby momma ...
Katherine and Maggie may have briefly met at John's funeral, but they haven't spent any time together otherwise. It's nice to see these two together for a happier occasion, but will it remain happy when Maggie's personal struggles interfere with her relationships?
Maggie: Maybe he just lost sight of the horizon. I was watching this documentary on JFK Jr. You remember when his plane went down? ... Anyway, Kennedy was a novice pilot. He was flying at night, and the clouds came in, and his instruments were telling him which way was up, but he didn't trust them. The truth was right in front of him, and he couldn't see it. He lost sight of the horizon and nosedived, and by the time he realized what was happening, it was too late, and he couldn't pull up. Gary: What does this have to do-- Maggie: That's depression. Now maybe he wasn't depressed; maybe something else was going on. People keep secrets from loved ones, and sometimes, you don't even know they have these secrets until an event like this happens.