Kitty's hacking up a lung as Sophie complains about her burger. Kitty asks if she isn't a vegetarian? Sophie: "Yeah, like a million years ago." Heh. Kids. Jack goes to the bathroom, giving Sophie the opportunity to discuss how flat-chested Kitty is. "Maybe if you get pregnant, you'll get boobs." Hee. I like Kitty's gruff response of "One can only hope" -- it's better than the pearl-clutching we might have expected from the character in Season One. Jack then returns, soaking wet and holding a long piece of metal that really does not look like it should have been removed from the toilet. Kitty and Sophie horrifiedly look into the bathroom and see water all over, and Kitty, exasperated, asks Jack why he did that. Sophie: "Mom says yelling's a sign of weakness." Another one who needs to go to a Walker family dinner. The kids and Kitty snit back and forth until Kitty orders them in no uncertain terms to shut up, and then gets a big fake smile on her face as, on the phone, she tells someone from the hotel that they're having a "plumbing problem." Might want to throw in the word "emergency" there, hon, even if it is a sign of weakness.
Another round of shots goes down, and then Sarah sees Graham entering the bar. The boys ooh and ah over the "messenger," and when Kevin tries to tell them that he's a "stuffed shirt," one of the friends (like I care which one) says that he doesn't seem too buttoned-down to him. Kevin's response is to do another shot, and I hope that's not how he's expressing all his internal eye-rolling or he's going to end up getting his stomach pumped. Kevin stomps off, and Graham explains that he called a messenger, but he wasn't comfortable picking out a woman in an unknown bar. "But I can see that wouldn't have been difficult!' Hee. Sarah signs in all the right place, to a round of applause, and then asks Graham if being a divorcee makes her hotter. Graham's too good to actually say "Duh," but come on, honey. Sarah gets upstaged here, however, as an off-key, drunk, and completely terrified Kevin starts crooning "What's New Pussycat" from the stage, and hee hee hee hee I don't know if I can go on and how I love Matthew Rhys. Sarah and Graham apparently feel as I do, as they fight hard to restrain their giggles, but Scotty and Co. look horrified. My land, is there no pleasing them?
Actually, there is! Because Kevin is now, although half passed out, singing the Willie Nelson version of "Always On My Mind," and Scotty and Co. seem to be taking this as an expression of Kevin's feelings for Scotty, if their patented hands fluttered to the heart, taken straight from the Blanche Deveraux Memorial Playbook, are any indication. Quinn: "Okay, he's not uptight. When he's drunk." Hee. Scotty goes to rescue Kevin with a kiss, and then he helps him off the stage and probably into a pot of coffee. Still: Aw!