Season 4 Episode 9
Title: Life as We Knew It
Air Date: 5/26/16
Next Episode: Episode 10 - A Deal is a Deal
Previous Episode: Episode 8 - Daybreak
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Still reeling from their "dreams," the Gentlemen gather to decide where their focus should be.
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After grabbing a coat, Steve and Leonard walk over to Frank’s house. When they arrive the gentlemen recount their horrible dreams from the night before and decide to find the church that Mona had mentioned. Frank gets a babysitter, calls a cab, and the group heads to St. Paxton Presbyterian.
Soon they arrive to find the front door locked, then a groundskeeper approaches them. A brief conversation ensues and the groundskeeper guesses that the new church they are asking about is the new children’s service that hasn’t opened yet.
Afterwards the gentlemen walk over to the Little Diner for some breakfast. Mona walks in once they are seated and asks to talk to Leonard outside. Mona has a similar story, she had a bad dream and yesterday was 1962. The gentlemen decide to get Mona’s daughter, who was going to attend the children’s service that night.
After arriving at Mona’s house, Steve greets Mona’s elderly neighbor, and calms down an aggressive Leonard. Leonard asks about the church, and Mona’s neighbor hands Leonard a yellow pamphlet for the New Beginnings Church, a place for children.