Social Worker: Is there a plan in place if Charlie doesn't recover?
Bailey: Hey, he's gonna get better.
Julia: He really is.
Social Worker: I'm sorry, but you don't know that. I know you don't want to hear this, but I believe these kids are being neglected.
Bailey: But that's...come on. It's not like they're living on the street, or they're not eating.
Social Worker: No, but frankly, I think the two of you are in way over your heads, and look at the cost. You've got a 15-year-old who practically dropped out at school, and nobody noticed! That's neglect. And as far as I can tell, she's the one who ends up looking after Owen a lot of the time. Now, this is a girl who has not yet demonstrated that she can take care of herself, let alone a 4-year-old. And does anybody make time for that little boy, or is it just about shuttling him to and from daycare? Because that's also neglect.
Julia: Look, we're really trying.
Social Worker: You know what I see? I see a family that is one step away from complete disaster, and I will not let that happen.