Kitty finds The Senator sitting in the dark with a drink. Instead of thinking he is reenacting Night of the Hunter, she promises to tell him everything about the party. But first she wants to apologize. She let her anxiety get the better of her. She shouldn't have gone to the birth mother without him. But she knew how he felt about Kima and she didn't want him to think she was crazy for having concerns. She should have talked to him. She promises him that she is ready to be a parent. She has gotten her heart broken so many times already. She is ready and she promises to fix it with Kima. The Senator tells her he loves her crazy.
Early in the morning, Sarah opens her door to find Thing 1 and Thing 2 overly caffeinated and standing on her front porch. They were on such a high from performing at Magic Manor that they didn't go to sleep. They stayed up all night working on the website and making the necessary changes. They may act like they are stupid, but they aren't. Oh that's what they all say. Sarah looks impressed.
The Senator charges into Kevin's office. He is irate over the morning's paper. It claims that Senator McAllister met with the Governor to discuss Proposition 8 and encourage her to fight the measure. Kevin made the affair go away, but only by promoting his own political agenda. He's fired! Well he would be if Kevin wasn't such a good yeller. He made the affair go away and if The Senator had trusted him with the actual information he wouldn't have had to use Prop 8 to distract the reporter. The Senator rounds on him and tells him that he has his trust, but he can't give him all the information sometimes. Turns out the Governor is having an affair and wanted The Senator's advice on the matter. He just didn't feel that he could share that with Kevin. They hug all Iron John-style (as in verbally) and The Senator is off. By the way, Kevin's little Prop 8 propaganda got The Senator some props of his own with an op ed writer who has always hated him. Kudos, Kevin!
Back at Walker Manor, Nora debriefs with Saul again. Nora knows that Holly was the one who spooked George. She convinced Nora to seek him out and then scared him off. Saul tries to talk some sense into her: Holly doesn't have anything on Nora now and it is all over. Nora doesn't believe it. Even the fortuneteller agrees that trouble is coming! Saul laughs, because the fortuneteller told him he would meet a nice woman and settle down. Heh.
Kitty stalks Kima to the ground. She knows Kima is on her way to the airport, but she just has to ramble Kitty-style about hanging back and waiting and trusting. Kima thanks her, but she already called her adoption worker. Kitty begs, but Kima thinks that life is complicated enough. Kima assures her that there are plenty of babies out there and Kitty will make a fabulous mother to one of them. Just not to hers. Kitty is stunned by someone who actually is immune to the Walker charm. Even though you know it's her fault, you still feel bad for her. Like a puppy that bites its own leg.