Robert's on the big, fancy campaign jet, talking to Kitty about the YouTube video of her argument with Nora that he's just now watching. Kitty laments that they're going to have to deal with "bridezilla" jokes for the next news cycle. Rob asks Kitty why she doesn't just tell Nora that she did ask Rob to check up on Justin, and that Rob's the one with the ethical issues. Kitty, quite sensibly, says that she can afford to have Nora mad at her. That's both old news and tempered by the fact that they're family and Nora has to love Kitty. She doesn't have to love Robert, and she won't if she finds out. Robert asks her if there's anything he can do to "make it up" to Kitty. She says he can find out where Justin is, but he says he can't. Kitty tries to trade on his sympathy for both her birthday and the anniversary of her father's death. Robert calls her on this, but Kitty's only interested in Justin. She presses Rob again, and he cites fairness as a reason, saying that there are hundreds of families who don't have Kitty's connections. Well...exactly. What good are those connections if she can't use them? It's not like she's marrying Rob Lowe for his...oh, right. Though with that skin tone, I don't know.
Ojai. Tommy's on the phone, fruitlessly trying to help Julia to quiet their damn loud baby. Sarah stops by because she really, really wants to tell someone that she slept with Joe. And I do mean really, because: Tommy? Kevin and/or Kitty are merely a phone call away, Sarah. You know Tommy's no fun when it comes to gossip. And indeed, Tommy's brain is too overstuffed with family and the winery to give a good goddamn that Sarah and her wayward husband regressed and had a nooner. Sarah's all excited, thinking that maybe this means they're going to get back together, but Tommy really doesn't want to hear it once "washing machine" enters the conversation. His lone opinion is that Sarah should discuss this with Joe, and Sarah gets offended that Tommy's too busy to care about her life. It's kind of self-centered of her, but you have to figure growing up Walker meant growing up with everyone in your business, all the time, so having a sibling not be all up your butt for the details would seem like a pretty big insult.
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.