Believe it or not, this sunny attitude fails to keep Kevin and Rebecca from hightailing it out of there to start their day, leaving Kitty and Nora and Nora's palpable dislike for her daughter. Kitty asks what "reservations" Rebecca was talking about, and Nora offhandedly mentions that they're trying to organize a birthday thing. Kitty says she'd rather go shopping with her mother. Nora's not interested, so she begs off by saying that Justin might call. Kitty introduces Nora to the exotic concept of a "cellular telephone," so Nora actually kicks it up a notch and just stops acknowledging Kitty's presence altogether. That is some hardcore child-hating, Nora. Kitty says that she needs to find a wedding dress. Nora: "[Silence]." Finally, Kitty literally begs, and Nora relents, like there never was a problem, and says she'd love to. Okay, I recapped Martha and Alexis Stewart, and this is still the worst mother-daughter relationship I've ever seen.
Sarah's doing the laundry at home and updating Joe on the playground goings-on. Seems Cooper's juice-stained shirt was a result of Sarah stabbing a juice box rather than stabbing "Monica." Joe helpfully reminds us which one Monica was by doing his spot-on "Oh, we don't eat processed foods" impression. Sarah approves, and Joe tells her that Monica has a "masseuse" named Tad who gives her a "happy ending." Oh Joe, you gossipy bitch. Sarah apparently hasn't had time to read her Defamer these days, so she appreciates the dish and asks for more. Joe says that some woman named "Amy" has had "two mommy jobs." Sarah still thinks that means an actual job, until Joe clarifies: "Tummy tuck; boob job." Sarah's all, "Gross. Although maybe I could use a lift..." Joe assures her that she's still crazy hot. She demurs, but Joe is serious, and after talking up her hotness a little more, he and Sarah both stop and look at each other. "You know we shouldn't," he says. Oh, come on -- this was a done deal five minutes ago. Sarah hops up on the washing machine and the estranged-spouse afternoon delight commences.