Daniel: I like living at your house. I like having you as my grandpa.
Daniel: (Pause.) You win. (Walks away.)
Honestly, you can't really say that the Cannon is a bad influence. Sure, he takes a van of 10-year-olds to a maximum security prison where three kinda terrifying inmates and two kinda rabid dogs intimidate the fear out of them. The Cannon is good friends with the warden, a familiar face who once wreaked havoc at a different kind of prison.
Oh, and Terry had her own story about trying to get a job and choosing the high road and it was all very whatever. She's not bad. She's a good character, and once she finds her rhythm, may even become a great character.
She really stepped up in the scene between her and her father. The Cannon shows Terry why he has kept the master bathroom locked, and it's a heartrendingly simple reason. He misses his wife as much as Terry misses her mother. Though their relationship is fractured, their root problem is the same. It wasn't heavy-handed and it was a simple exchange from two people who do not know how to talk to each other. It was believable. It was relatable. It was a good balance to the comedy, and that delicate balance has me excited for the next episode.