Dillon tries to enjoy a game of chess with his grandmother, but it seems that Ana isn’t beyond using her insanity to her advantage…
Ana: ”Arghhh! Hoogabooga!”
Dillon: ”Y-you’re right… The knight can totally move like that…”
Dillon: ”Uhm… Grandma?”
Dillon: ”I-if this is another one of your tricks… it’s… rather elaborate.”
Tyler: ”OH MY GOSH!”
Dillon: ”Come on, grandma! It’s your turn! Look… I’m moving my pawn…”
Dillon: ”Oh my god, no! No no no! Grandmaaaaa!”
Luckily, the gathering crowd managed to convince Grim that it wasn’t Ana’s time yet, so she was brought back to life!
…and promptly headed off to work!
Ana: ”Yeah, I know I’m awesome. Okay, bye all.”
Taking a break from the deathly drama in the house, Robyn invited Manu on a little fishing trip to the park.
It appears Manu’s quite the natural, and Robyn tried to not act impressed. She only kind of succeeded.
Meanwhile, Neil was having a close call with the trusty old cow plant. Go get him! …errr… I mean ‘oh noooo, run away Neil!’ Yeah.
Tyler: ”Come on, Grim! Isn’t there something you can do? I’m too young to be reminded that it’s our time soon!”
Grim: ”Listen, guys… I get it. But I’m just doing my job. I was nice last time, but seriously, it’s time. She’s lived a long and happy life, yada, yada…”
RIP Ana Ivey
The family wasn’t too comforted by Grim’s final words…
Even Manu heard the news, and came moping by.
Manu: ”I know how you feel. It’s just me and my sister left… It’s going to be a tough time. For a while. But that’s okay. We all have to deal with grief as we see fit. I hope you find your way. All of you. I know it’s a cliche, but time really does heal all wounds. All you have to do is figure out how much time you need.”
Time did, inevitably, pass. It was a very bittersweet birthday for the twins.
They both grew up with the family oriented trait