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Zander's sister Melanie fights back against fatphobia with her doctor, Daire remembers falling in love with Bailey right before seeing Melanie as a client for the first time. (And finding out Melanie is potentially suicidal.)
Zander wants to have a baby and Sofia is again, not having it. Other parents weigh in, but Zander turns to his friend Carl, Makayla's husband. Meanwhile, Makayla goes to see Sofia and fails a Bechdel test.
Daire's chorus of people with disabilities talk about ableism. Bailey asks Daire to marry them, but Daire needs time to consult with their personalities. Bailey consults about wanting a penis. Melanie tries to get Sofia and Zander to make up.