Anyhow: Cliff and Clair grow increasingly concerned with the apartment into which their grandchild will be born, but Sondra and Elvin refuse to accept monetary help. Eventually, they work out a plan for a loan and then immediately find new living quarters. I guess hunting for a place was easier back then.
This episode involves guest stars, grandparents, and three whole days of plot, so get ready for a long ride. I'll try to focus on the most important points on each outfit so that you don't end up stuck in your chair all day.
He has a beeper. Remember beepers?
This is his "give me your money" outfit.
This is his "take my money" outfit.
I couldn't tell you what purpose she thinks this outfit serves.
It's impossible to screencap this woman making a non-crazy face.
His closet must be almost empty.
Yup, she can read, we get it.
Who'd have thunk we'd end up living for Vanessa?
Close, and yet not close.
Still don't care.
Nope, no cares here.
He's always so cheery.
Thank heavens for repeats. This entry is getting long.
Let's just pretend it's a repeat.
Another near match. We're running out of ideas, huh?
Sleek and chic.
Serving Ten Forward realness.
I always try to find a rhyme for sweaters in these captions. I should give up.
A bunch of bunching.
Serenity is paying for your daughter's apartment, I guess.
And that's that. Worth waiting an extra day, I hope. Luckily, the internet is HUGE. I'm sure you found something else to distract you while I was absent.