After a long night of a guilt drinking binge over injuring Sarah, Bailey appears on the doorstep of the Salinger house where he finally admits that he needs help. He attends his first AA meeting where he discovers Walter Alcott, the man who was responsible for his parents death three years ago, is a member and a big participator at the meetings which prompts Bailey to quit after revealing his still deep-rooted hatred for Alcott. Meanwhile, Griffin is trying to find a way to spend the $100,000 settlement he got for his knee injury and Julia tells him to help his long-estranged father who is having financial problems. But Julia becomes suspicious when she suspects Griffin's father only wants to bond with him over the money. Also, Grace is approached by some associates to run for a local office seat, making Charlie feel left out.
Did You Know?
You have to go to AA, Bailey. You have to.
And say that I believe in stuff that I don't? Lie? No, I don't want to do that. I'm sick of lying, Sarah, so, no.
No! No, Listen to me, okay? I'm here, and I'm here with you because you promised me you were going to get help.
So try again, okay? This isn't optional! Look, you don't have a choice here. You have a disease and you need to do whatever it takes to get well, okay? So skip the God part, do the rest!
No, it doesn't work ...
Closer to Five
Composed by Sammy Llanas
(as Sam Llanas) and Kurt Neumann
Performed by the BoDeans See more