Rebecca's in her room, or rather Kitty's room, pawing through clothes (her own, I hope) when Kitty stops by to make snotty comments about Rebecca keeping a messy room. Rebecca, as always, remains perfectly polite and slightly scared of Kitty, who moves on to bitching that her enormous shoe collection has disappeared from her closet. Okay, does Kitty live at the Manse or doesn't she? Is she on an extended vacation with the campaign? I suppose it doesn't matter since they live in a damn mansion and Nora could have put Rebecca in any other room in the house, but chose Kitty's room to stick it to Kitty, no doubt. Anyway, Rebecca boxed up the shoes, and she also found a small wrapped box addressed to Kitty. Kitty stops dead and recognizes the box as William's birthday present for her from last year. She grabs the box away from Rebecca and snots that she'd appreciate it if Rebecca didn't go through her stuff. Rebecca looks wistful for the days when she never had to see Kitty at all.
Kevin's. Jason returns, looking glum and dressed up in his high-collared minister gear that, because it's Eric Winter and he'd look like an underwear model if he were wearing Eskimo clothes, can't help making him look like a highly inappropriate stripper. Kevin immediately jumps to the conclusion that the bishop told Jason to break up with him. Jason's like, "No, but he did tell me that new Church doctrine says that the Earth does not revolve around your face." No, he's nicer than I am. He says that the bishop instead assigned him to a mission in Malaysia. Kevin's all, "Malaysia?" "Yeah, I know it's far," Jason says in this hilariously deadpan way. Yeah, Jason, I guess Malaysia is far. Kevin looks like he's going to boot as he asks Jason whether he explained that, being in a committed relationship and all, he can't exactly go halfway around the world right now, but Jason says that's not the way it works. Now Kevin gets mad, going off on God and missionaries, and when Jason's like, "I'll be building a school," Kevin gets bitter that he can't even make a case for himself, seeing as he's pitted against needy children. He doesn't exactly cover himself in glory when his response to Jason's "Some people need help," is "Yeah, people like me." Kevin, Kevin, Kevin. (Ah, it's good to have this show back!) Jason then returns fire, saying that Kevin's the one who's always refusing to define their status as a couple: "You can't expect someone to just organize his life around you when you can't even say 'I love you.'" Kevin spits, "Well good thing I didn't, because look where I'd be." And if that doesn't sum up the twisted psyche of our Kevin, I don't know what does.