Walker Manse. Nora's still full steam ahead on the I Love Warren Train. A sweaty Justin walks in and drones: "I just mowed the lawn, and then I was stung by a bee, but calm down, I'm fine." Hee. Nora, incredibly naively, makes a big thing about how no one's been in the pool, so Kitty has to reprise Joe's role from the earlier scene, and the laws of television writing dictate that someone's going in that pool before the episode is over. Of course, given that it's about ninety-seven outside right now, that someone just might be me. Sally Field overacts the chagrin as she asks why no one told her about Paige. Kitty: "What we don't tell you, Mom, could fill a Library of Congress." Hee, again. Nora's solution is to throw a pool party, and she ignores Kitty's and Justin's casual snark before asking Justin to drop off some papers at Saul's office on his way home, and also to tell him that she might want to keep that little house in Silver Lake. Justin blanches as Nora goes on that she met the tenant of the house, causing Justin to stutter, "You...you met her? When?" If this is how smooth you are in a crisis, kid, our troops are in even more trouble than I thought. Nora, however, appears to miss Justin's discomfort, breezing that she was going to give the house to Kitty, "but then there are so many interesting people in the neighborhood, I thought you wouldn't feel at home!" Hee, yet again. Snappy, snarky dialogue this scene. Kitty even gives her mom sincere-sounding props for that one, which scores her some points in my book, and then chases out after Justin. She notes that he's shaking, and he asks, "So?" He has a point there, hon. Not an unprecedented event. She follows along with my thought, asking if he's high, but soon he's telling her what's really going on. Kitty doesn't take long to believe him, and advises him not to tell anyone else. Justin: "I didn't even want to tell you."
Brothers and Sisters
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: B+ | 600 USERS: C+
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Brothers and Sisters