Well. The season finale! Although ABC Family has weird seasons. This was technically 2B, but Season 3A starts in June? Anyway, here's a quick rundown.
Callie had dinner with the Quinns, meeting Robert's obnoxious father (played by Patrick Duffy!), who was a dick but did ask a relevant question of Robert: why is he trying to take Callie out of a loving home after everything she's been through? This led to a good heart-to-heart between Callie and Robert.
Callie: It's not that I don't love you. I do. It's just... the Fosters. They're home, they feel like home. No matter what, just know that I want you to be a part of my life, to be my Dad. Whatever happens, you can trust me, just know that. Honest.
Interrupted by a call from the lawyer! AND NOW ROBERT QUINN KNOWS SHE'S TRYING TO GET EMANCIPATED. Stef's FOOLPROOF plan has been thwarted! How could that have gone wrong, right?
Jude and his blue nails (seriously, they were like his version of putting on armor to go out into battle for self-actualization, it was flippin' awesome) went to the hospital and Connor's father still told him to scram and called Lena in on the case.
Connor's dad apparently doesn't care that Lena's son is gay, he just doesn't want his own son to be, but apparently just one significant look from Lena convinced him to relent and let Jude visit Connor at the hospital in a private room with a closed door. Eh, seems true. It would likely work on me!
Brandon was super-late to his twentieth-chance audition for Idyllwild because he was making out with Lou. And yet, he still got to play. They're still carrying over the results of this audition until next season. We'll all be rushing back in June, primarily for that!
Lena and Monte got a little tipsy on wine that Monte brought to celebrate a big grant the school got (wine in a public school seems definitely against district policy). Lena has basically changed her mind AGAIN about adopting Ana's baby (this is what happens when you decide to do something life-altering like ADOPTING A CHILD just because one of your teenage children wants you to and you don't want her to be bummed), and after getting a bit weepy about that and her messy marriage, Monte planted a big old kiss on her.
LENA KISSED HER BACK FOR 2.5 SECONDS, I COUNTED. Thankfully that was it. But that was enough.