You're The Worst
Men Get Strong
Jimmy claims he's fine in the wake of his father's death, and Gretchen's relieved to hear it. However, when Justina tells her that Jimmy may indeed have feelings he needs to work through, Gretchen resolves to help him process it – hoping his breakthrough will happen ASAP and not in the middle of the cruise he's taking her on. Jimmy, for his part, is more upset that he has writer's block. Still, he and Gretchen attend a random funeral to try to start the waterworks, but it has a different emotional effect than intended. Other attempts, however, bring Jimmy closer to actually feeling something – though the resolution Jimmy needs may be different than expected. All the while, they fail to notice Edgar becoming less and less tolerant of their usual abuse. Meanwhile, when Lindsay learns about Jimmy's lack of reaction to the tragedy, she decides she wants to learn how to be a good mom so that when she dies, her child will care. She and Paul join Becca and Vernon at a maternity class – and Becca becomes jealous over how well she does in the class. Lindsay is surprised by her aptitude for motherhood as well... and is unnerved by it.