Dr. Alex is handing out advice backed with science and statistics and things and whenever Nora disagrees, Dr. Alex bats her away. Then a call comes in for Nora, from a man named "Devin" in L.A. Strangely, Kevin is missing from his perch. He's Superman! Swooping in to save the day! Only the only thing he can think to ask his mother is for baking advice. Dr. Alex plucks even this call away from Nora with ease: Devin, who are you baking the pie for? "Devin" admits it is for his husband. In a few short questions Dr. Alex gets "Devin" to admit that he hasn't been spending enough time with his husband because he is disappointed that they can't have children and is suffering from "womb envy". She has a chapter on it in her new book. He should consider buying a copy! Nora dies.
Up in Ojai, Kitty and Jack are engaging in a little afternoon delight. Or they would be, but Kitty can't. She just can't. She rushes out of the room. Then she rushes back into the room fully dressed and frantically packing to return to L.A. Don't forget your baby, Kitty! Jack puts a shirt on, which is probably the wrong way to try and convince her not to flee. Kitty is unmoved by his arguments that they can slow things down and whatever it is teenage boys say in the backs of station wagons trying to convince girls not to run home crying to their moms. Kitty is determined though. She has comfy room at her mom's house and with her mom around to help her she might even be able to get Evan out of storage. Kitty coldly tells Jack that this is never going to work between them because she was a Republican senatorial candidate and he's a hippy handyman. Hey it works for James Carville and Mary Matalin. Jack swears he only wants to get laid, no relationship necessary, but Kitty wants to go home to mother. Now.
At the radio station, they are taking a break and Nora is squarely in the dumps and is begging Dr. Alex for tequila shots. Kevin comes into the studio to give Nora a pep talk, but she beats him about the head with her old lady purse for admitting to "womb envy" on national radio. Kevin apologizes, but perseveres in his support of his mother. He knows she can do this and holds her back as she tries to run out of the room. He shoves her into a chair and gives her a stern talking to: Nora Walker you are not to be intimidated by this woman with her fancy degree and published body of work. You raised five kids and, yes, one of them was Tommy, but Kitty is pretty awesome and counteracts him. Sure Justin was a drug addict, but look at him now! She has held the Walker family together against all odds and increasingly silly plot twists. She did it all without an entourage or a degree or theories, she did it with love. She deserves a radio show. She just needs to believe in herself. He pats her on the back and encouragingly adds, "Go get 'em slugger!" In that heartfelt speech she finds her self-confidence and ambition, but quickly loses it when the producer tells her that the whole building heard Kevin's pep talk. Dr. Alex settles herself into the chair across from her and encouragingly adds, "Go get 'em slugger!" Nora sighs.
Sarah has somehow wrestled Scotty away from earning an honest day's work and has dragged him to the hotel where Luc is having his business meeting. You know, the business meeting that Sarah has decided is whatever the French word is for a booty call. She is wearing a trench coat despite the fact that it is obviously warm enough for all the scantily clad ladies scattered around the pool to be in teeny tiny bikinis. Besides making her look exceptionally frumpy, the trench coat is just a visual clue that she is hot on the trail of something. While Scotty surveys the scenery, eagle eyed investigator, Sarah spots a buxom blonde bimbo enter a closed cabana with a bottle of champers. Sarah storms over and pulls the curtain wide and glares at Luc. Obviously he is surprised to see her. She explains that she just stopped by to drink Cristal and screw a teenager, which Luc is kind of into until he realizes that Sarah wasn't suggesting a threesome, but is accusing him of cheating. Then he is sad. Scotty knows this is all a big misunderstanding, but since he somehow was incapable of stopping her from making an ass of herself or stop her from coming in the first place, he tries to help her save a scrap of dignity and pulls her away. The camera pans and we see that Luc is actually at a business meeting. He introduces the agent and her assistants. Sarah cringes and runs. Which is the smartest thing she's done all day. The agent calls after her, "Don't worry, I understand, I have a husband, too." Scotty makes apologetic gestures at everyone and follows Sarah out.