Earlier Luc mentioned that Sarah was out of town, but he failed to state that Sarah was in Washington DC with Nora basically reenacting Watergate. They broke into Kitty's house and Sarah is scouring Kitty's email for clues. Nora gives us our first time post: Kitty was supposed to stay in DC for two weeks and stayed for six. Never forget that Walker time is basically a wormhole. Sarah reminds her that Evan's birthday is a really good cover for breaking and entering. The only thing she finds in the computer is a lot of calendar entries for "Langley." Nora looks doubtful that it is a clue, but maybe the kale in the refrigerator is? Sarah gasps, "Kitty hates kale!" Then she runs upstairs to snoop in the bedroom while Nora postulates something actually reasonable like maybe Kitty is restarting her political career? Sarah's not sold on that idea and yells "Bingo!" She found a bottle of men's cologne on the nightstand so obviously she is seeing someone. Proving Sarah's theory is that this one time in the past Kitty went AWOL over a man, although in all fairness to Kitty, Walker AWOL is probably pretty different from any other family's version of AWOL. Like, miss a family phone call? AWOL! Skip a dinner party? AWOL!
Just then Kitty and Evan come home to their big surprise. I don't know about you, but to me it seems like a bad idea to sneak into the home of a proud member of the NRA. But instead of dropping a few caps in their asses, Kitty just drops her jaw. BORING! Later, Nora and Sarah are sitting around the dining room table (very much alive) sipping wine and trying to figure out why Kitty is not drinking. I mean, is there any greater sign that something is really really wrong than a Walker not drinking? Sarah blames it on the mystery man who has taken over Kitty's life, stolen her from her family, and usurped her free will. Sarah declares that the guy "must be a real health nut," which is Walker code for "lunatic fringe." Nora puts up a good show of pretending that she is the voice of reason (hahahaa, right?) and points out that maybe there isn't a guy and the cologne came free with the sublet of the house. In this economy, it's possible!