So Emily and Doug come back out to the group, with Doug smarmily calling court to order, acting like this is the Nuremberg trials. Kalon stands accused of calling Ricki baggage: What say you, sir? Kalon's all, "Hey, I'm trying to reclaim the word baggage!" He explains that he just means that Ricki is a huge responsibility, and you're thinking, "Well, surely Emily would agree with that, because a child is an immense responsibility, in most cases the biggest responsibility any- oh, no, my mistake. She's a blessing, is what she is."
Kalon tries to interrupt her, but this time she's not having it. "I love to hear you talk, but not until I'm done," she says, reminding him that she got that line from her. Nice job, Emily! Anyway, she lays into him about how un-baggagelike Ricki is, and asks him to deny saying it. Uh, I think it's already been established he said it. She tells him to get the fuck out, which is a little too surprising to him, given the preceding thirty seconds (and I can't help but think would have been a little more effective had we not been shown the clip every commercial break up to now) and then she tells him that she's most disappointed because his mom was a single mother, and he's all, "Yeah, exactly," and she's all, "Yeah, exactly," for two completely different reasons. She calls it disappointing, and he's all "I'm sorry you feel that way," a terribly non-apology.
He continues to try to defend himself (the other men have wisely not said a WORD since this all got underway -- not even Doug, America's Dad), and she calls the conversation inappropriate and insulting and refuses to continue, getting up and walking away while Kalon stands there like an idiot with his arms folded. I'm not sure what part of his brain thought it was a good idea to bring up the fact he always figured his first kid would be his own, even if it's true, and not just for Kalon. Emily tells us the only thing he could have said that would have made her think differently about him would be if he'd said, "No, I didn't say that." Not, "I'm sorry"? You wanted him to lie?
As Kalon eventually walks out, she calls him a terrible human being, and he's just lucky she didn't have a voice. In the ride on the way to be dumped into the Thames, Kalon is sticking with his "I didn't mean 'baggage' in a bad way" explanation, which isn't going to start working for him any time soon.