Back inside, the fakeout continues apace, with Kitty saying she "just couldn't go through with it...without telling you the truth" about Cole and the blackmail. Indeed, dear viewer, we've been had. They're still getting married. Boo! We don't even get the satisfaction of seeing Robert's reaction to her revelation, which I guess is just as well since it amounts to "...Whatever."
Outside, Garry Marshall grouses to a fellow McCallister (who kind of looks like a pre-death Rod Steiger) that "first the brother dumps Jason, now this. What did we ever do to this family?" ...Well, I already mentioned On The Lot once, I really shouldn't do it twice. Elsewhere, Holly (who seems to be here in a professional capacity as co-owner of the winery) flits around with a "more drinks for everyone" edict. Lady knows her customer base. Kevin, Justin, and Tommy have a kind of pointless scene where they wonder what could have possibly motivated Kitty to run off like that, but no one has any possible answers. Thanks, guys! Meanwhile, Sarah chugs wine and Nora frets that her words could have led to this. We should be so lucky.
But we're not. Robert isn't even mad about the blackmail, saying Kitty was simply doing her job. It's convenient and all, but it's wildly out of character for Mr. Hands Above Board At All Times here to suddenly be okay with Kitty blackmailing a former soldier. He speechifies that no matter what goes down tomorrow or the next day or the day after that, he wants her with him, and they can deal with whatever's going on once they're married. That's good enough for Kitty, and one soft fade later, they're both back on the altar, and she's saying her vows. I'm not going to give a transcript of this either, but Kitty extols the many facets of Robert McCallister: diplomatic, romantic, grumpy, asleep. Seriously, those are the four. Let's hope the campaign staffers in charge of bumper stickers are in attendance and paying attention. And then: married! Everyone smiles and claps and throws rose petals, and one ends up sticking right to the middle of Kitty's forehead, which is pretty funny.
After the break, Isaac's holding court with Robert, Kitty, and Travis, bringing them up to speed on the Daniel Cole situation: Cole has approached several news outlets with the story, but the good news is that he's holding off on details until he gets a lucrative enough offer. Travis bitches about just learning about this now, but that's trumped by Robert learning about this in the middle of his vows, and fair enough. Kitty can't believe any news organization would run this story without proof, but Isaac says Cole claims to have it, in the form of flight logs and transcripts. He suggests their next move be to go to the news outlets themselves with "the truth." Travis scoffs that the truth is not exactly in their favor this time, then says, "You know what they're going to do? They're going to Swiftboat him." Okay, sorry to get all bullet-pointy but: (1) The Swiftboat people were full of shit; as far as we've seen Cole is telling the truth about Robert. (2) Excuse me while I squeeze out one perfect tear and save it in a tiny crystal jar at the thought of a Republican presidential candidate (however fictional) getting deep-sixed by dirty Swiftboatian tactics. And (3) Can someone tell me why Travis is saying "Swiftboat" like it's some obscure term no one's heard before? Gee, Uncle Travis, what does that mean? Say it slower and with more precise enunciation so we can properly enter it into the Wikipedia search field. Kitty corrects Travis that they mean the truth about Cole -- how he's a deadbeat, a perjurer, and an extortionist. She also says that any news source who runs with the story is "gonna be dragged up to the Hill." Good to see everyone's willing to politicize this and abuse Congress's power in order to silence the free press. Robert thinks it's a solid plan and thanks Isaac for his help. And then he apologizes for being a self-righteous twat towards Isaac a few weeks ago now that it turns out that he's not exactly as squeaky-clean and honest as he's always claimed to be, but oh wait that doesn't happen at all.