Kevin is yelling at Gov. Kern's communication director, Travis (a.k.a. Travis the Traitor) over proper protocol when a visiting dignitary comes to California. The Senator is the ranking representative of the great state of California when it comes to visiting dignitaries and...oh who cares. It's a fake Very Important Phone Call fabricated just so Scotty can prove a point. While Kevin talks etiquette (and doesn't the gay man always win when it comes to Emily Post?), Scotty sits at the computer and somehow finds a crying baby sound effect file that he cranks up to 11. Kevin begs him to turn it down, but Scotty just sits and smirks until Kevin hangs up the phone and gives Scotty a big old WTF? look. Scotty explains that he's just trying to show how difficult it would be to have a baby while they both have careers to manage. Wow Scotty, you're sort of being a dick about this considering Kevin said he'd give you time to think about whether you want a kid. Why get so passive aggressive about it? Kevin walks out on him and he totally deserves it.
Holly and Saul make the rounds of a wine auction. They swish and spit and blither about a smoky after taste. Holly is planning on bidding on the wine, and so long as it stays under $5.25 a gallon that cheap wine (or overpriced grape juice?) will be mixing its dirty grapey bits with Ojai's finest. Saul assures her no one would bid on that swill. Swill? Nay! Holly swears that if you blend that wine with Ojai's ten-thousand gallon surplus you will get a beautiful mélange of flavors. Saul is unimpressed. He still doesn't think much of Holly and Rebecca's plan to sell Ojai's surplus as cheap wine with a pretty label. Hold the presses...who is that? Why it's the judge from The Wire who was getting fed confidential company information from Ryan Lafferty, who for someone who wants nothing to do with his good-for-nothing sperm donor dad, is pretty quick to follow in his father's embezzling footsteps. Saul pales when he sees the guy causing Holly to coyly ask if it's a former lover. For Liza's sake, Holly, give the guy some credit! Saul could definitely score a tastier morsel than that guy. Saul explains him away as a former co-worker. The man spots Saul and feigns surprise and claims to have heard a rumor that Saul's family had entered the wine business. Hmm, a rumor that stemmed from the files you stole? Saul fake smiles and introduces Holly to the man: Dennis York, gentleman farmer, cattle rancher, wine dabbler, fraudster. Holly smiles like her life depends on it (seriously, you can see her molars.) But her smile falters when Dennis opines that William would have approved of a woman running his company. Interrupting further enlightening discourse as to who the heck this guy is, the bell rings signaling the start of the auction. Or, lunch.