Rebecca and Justin are making simultaneous search and rescue phone calls. Rebecca is talking to David trying to figure out places to look. Justin is calling the police again, which I'm sure they really appreciate, when Nora calls on the other line. He almost hangs up on her in exasperation when she blurts that Holly is there. But! They can't come fetch her, because she made Nora promise that everyone would give her some space. Nora's going to call David, but for now Holly is just sitting put and drinking some soothing organic chamomile.
Up in Ojai, Kitty is helping Jack screw things. In the least exciting way possible. But let's see how many more construction-based double entendres we can squeeze into this storyline! Kitty is screwing up the sanding and Jack (who even in a beater t-shirt is no Senator) comes over to show her how to use nice long strokes instead. Kitty feels uncomfortable so close to a sweaty man who clearly has a thing for crazy people and suggests he talk to a friend who has a shop in Soho (bullshit) that sells handcrafted wood products. It's right next to Prada, between Top Shop and Muji. Like, shut up, writers, no one in Soho sells hand-carved wood products. She also thinks he should talk to her friend the book editor. Jack gets all deep on her (ew, no) and asks if she is trying to find herself or find him a new line of work. She mutters something about finding herself and then he kisses her. She looks wide-eyed for a minute and then goes back to sanding. Jack, she's been widowed for TWO WEEKS. TIMING!!
Sarah has somehow convinced Kevin, Saul, and Saul's not-boyfriend REVEREND CAMDEN (!!) to work in her sweatshop. They have all gathered around Sarah's dining room table in a sewing circle, because ALL GAY MEN KNOW HOW TO SEW. This is proven true when Rev. Camden gently suggests that Kevin use a cartridge stitch when affixing velvet, while Kevin protests that his basting and gathering approach is working fine. Rev. Camden tsks tsks and mutters under his breath about working in the costume department at the Paris Opera. Saul totally saw that opera! They have SO much in common that even their socks match. Then tragedy strikes: Cooper declares he is quitting the school play! Noooooooooooooooooo.