After commercials, Rebecca and Nora are easing a whimpering Justin into his bed, Nora reacting like she's watching one of the deaths from Saw IV. The women leave him to rest, and Rebecca follows Nora to the kitchen, correctly gleaning that Nora's tight-lipped face and refusal to look at her mean she's angry. Nora says that Rebecca took Justin out, without his wheelchair, and that when she asked Rebecca to talk to Justin ("Operation Nora," or so Rebecca calls it), she was thinking more like the living room rather than a downtown excursion. "What were you thinking?!" Nora snaps. Rebecca says she was trying to get Justin's mind off his problems and remind him that life isn't all just crippling leg pain. Nora essentially says that until Justin agrees to take the damn drugs already, his life is just going to be crippling leg pain. Rebecca's like, "Sorry for trying to help in an unsanctioned manner. Maybe you should write me a script next time." Nora doesn't think that's fair, but Rebecca doesn't think it's fair to her either. "None of this is my fault," she says. "Yes it is," Nora snaps, and Rebecca's jaw drops and she crosses her arms all, "I am shocked." Heh. Nora quickly downgrades to "some of it is," before admitting that none of it is Rebecca's fault; Nora's just angry. Angry at the war, at Justin for enlisting in the first place, at dead old William for not discouraging it when he was still alive. She just doesn't see any reason in Justin's suffering, and the only good that will come out of this whole situation is when his pain finally stops. Rebecca, finally looking like she gets where Nora's coming from, nods glumly.
At the fancy-schmancy restaurant we were talking about earlier, Kevin walks into the kitchen to find Scotty doing all sorts of justice to a plain white tee. He also seems to be cooking something. Kevin wants to know what the deal is, with the sneaking in through the back door in the middle of the afternoon. Turns out Scotty works here, as a sous-chef, and he's prepared a delicious meal (lobster ravioli? Sold) for the two of them before Chez Priceypants opens. Scotty explains that in an hour, the dining room opens and they'll be insanely busy until midnight. He explains that he wasn't drunk when he got pulled over -- he really did just have one glass of celebratory wine after his first month on the job. He was just happy to have been changing his life. Kevin toasts to "changing our lives," which you totally know is going to get him into trouble. Thank God.