The next day Justin and his paramedic partner are putting in some long hours... at Walker Manor. They are feeding and walking Lily, Brody's dog, who Nora has rudely left by herself while she spreads conspiracy theories in D.C. Didn't Brody say Lily had never slept by herself before? Why is Nora leaving her alone in a strange house while she recuperates? Will someone call PETA please? Justin is off his game and frantically meandering around the kitchen he grew up in looking for spoons. His partner asks if the homeless dude is still sleeping at his house. Justin glares at him for being discriminatory towards homeless people or vets or for using the word "dude." His partner says that his girlfriend's building is looking for a building manager and the dude can have that job if Justin wants to offload. Justin's not sure that getting his own apartment that he pays for with his own two hands and hard work would be good for the guy. As opposed to living for free off of a stranger.
Kevin went back-to-school shopping for Olivia and for some reason only Luc is available to gawk at his purchases. You know, Luc is just far too attractive to be staring at three-ring binders and compasses. It just doesn't make any sense. He should be dancing, or sitting around looking attractive. NOTHING ELSE. Kevin offers Luc some unicorn stickers for Paige, but Luc doesn't think they will help. He wants to call Sarah and ask for advice, but Kevin thinks that would be emasculating or something. He thinks Luc needs to figure out this parenting thing for himself. Then Sarah texts and tells him to give Paige the money and she'll explain later. Luc stands on Kevin's office chair, whips out a French flag and starts singing some song from Les Miserables about freedom from persecution. What? All French people do that ALL the time. It's a law or something.
Sarah and Nora are milling about a grocery store where Nora is flailing her arms and gesticulating wildly about how her life is terrible and her Democratic Party Card is going to be revoked because her daughter has been co-opted by the CIA and she has seen an episode or two of Burn Notice, so she knows what's up and gun-toting terrorists and neo-con conspirators are going to show up at Walker Manor and break her windows if not her kneecaps. She has no interest in reprising her Sharon Gless role, although maybe the Emmys would notice her again. *Sob.* Sarah notes that there are probably other CIA operatives with overly clingy and dependent families so maybe Nora can find a support group? Nora, I don't think Sharon Gless would be in a support group, just saying.