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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.
Upset, Donny hitchhikes all the way to the Hennessys in the back of a pig truck to win Bridget back; however, Bridget has still not broken up with her other boyfriend, Damien.
Meanwhile, there are reports of eggings and toilet-paperings all over the neighborhood.
Cate tells him that his father wouldn't have wanted him to quit.
The newspaper Paul worked at is sponsoring a scholarship dinner in his name for students majoring in journalism, and Bridget gets distracted while watching television, and accidentally wrecks a collage that Kerry had made of Paul for the dinner.
Paul tries to come up with names for this menace, unaware that the criminal is Rory. In his memory, clips of his past two years on the show are shown, ending with the message: "John Ritter 1948–2003 We will never forget you".
On what begins as just another morning in the Hennessy household, Cate receives a phone call.
Cate teaches sex education at Bridget's school and gets suspicious when she reads a submission where a girl's older boyfriend was coming from Maryland and she felt pressured to have sex.
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.
However, Bridget breaks up with Donny on the video, which leads to a feud between the Hennessys and the Doyles.
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Meanwhile, Rory worries that he is taking advantage of a girl he has a crush on who is offering to help him catch up with his school, but Jim advises him that she's the one taking advantage and to let her.