Anyway, Brody goes to fetch the ladies some wine. (Sarah begs him to make it a double, because she is a Walker and don't you forget it.) Nora is all chipper and giggly, but she doesn't tell Sarah that Brody called her his girlfriend or that she is moving to Fresno for half the year and, thus, is unavailable for babysitting. It's good anyway, because Paige is almost old enough to take over babysitting duties for Olivia and Invisible Evan. Girl has to earn some money to buy her own strapless bras and avoid uncomfortable convos with the hunky stepdad. I mean, babysitting sucks, but not as much as awkwardness.
Elsewhere at the opening, Kevin and Scotty have unsuccessfully ditched Olivia to a DIY arts education and are talking about Michelle, again. Scotty just thinks it is too weird that she has cut ties with everyone she knows. I think it's odd that they are making such a big deal about hiding this from Olivia, but insist on having the conversation three feet from where she is standing. Yet they look surprised when she guesses that they are talking about Michelle again. Instead of telling her they're just worried about an old friend, they try to cover it up, so naturally Olivia assumes they are going to have another baby and get rid of her. Then she runs out and Scotty sighingly admits he has to stop fixating on Michelle. Although, I would suggest just telling Olivia he's worried about a friend and be done with it, I mean, what's the big deal? Anyway Scotty and Kevin are off and running.
Meanwhile, Nora finally tells Sarah about the Fresno Gophers. Even though she is hyperventilating in excitement and uses the word "proposal" and is obviously giddy in glee, she pretends she isn't even considering it. Except that she totally is and it's unclear why she is bothering to pretend. Sarah has been orbiting around Luc all evening and finally sees another opportunity to land and try to make peace. She tells him she is so proud of him and that Olivia thinks he is going to be famous. She wants him to stop everything he is doing and talk about their relationship, but he is just a tetch busy trying to make a name for himself as an artist. Sarah looks all pouty and promises (passive aggressively) to go home right that second and put everything back exactly as it was. Luc stares at her in exasperation, because, good lord woman, he's busy right now! He shakes his head sadly, is all, you don't get why I'm mad, do you? Sarah sticks out her lower lip and says, no, she doesn't get it. And that sound? That is the sound of a thousand face-palms going on across America. I mean, come on! That's ridiculous! Luc gets called away again and Sarah just watches him go. Good grief, go home, Sarah, eat some bran flakes, and try to get that brain tumor out of your system ASAP.