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After Paul's funeral, friends and neighbors gather at the Hennessys' for the wake.
Nick Sharpe asks Cate to find the last article Paul wrote so the newspaper can publish it in his memory.
Bridget buys a revealing dress for the dance, but just before she can leave the house wearing it breaks down in tears knowing that Paul would never have allowed her to and accepts she still needs to grieve.
Kyle reassures Kerry that he meant his declaration of love, and she starts to allow herself to feel happy again.
But he's happy when Cate tells him because the coach was impressed at his request to work out with the team, he's now officially on it. Cate's mother visits, and manages to get along well with Jim.
Bridget and Kerry plan to sneak out to a party instead of staying with the family.
The next day, Jim finds Paul's last article and gives it to Cate.
Bridget jumps right back into her social circle and begins planning the upcoming dance while Kerry refuses to allow herself to feel anything but sad, and feels worse when Kyle declares his love for her believing he's only saying it to try and make her feel better.
Cate's attempts to help her daughters only backfire.
Rory feels that now he's the man of the house it's his job to assume Paul's role of being against every guy his sisters date, not to mention the carver of the turkey which he does with clumsiness, inexperience and a lot of humor, which in the end helps the family to make it through the first of many milestones without Paul.
Bridget plays the role of Anne Frank in the school play, which makes Kerry jealous since all she does is background work.
The Doyles are sending a video postcard to Donny, which they let Bridget have a part in.