Rebecca has made David a solid home-cooked meal as any daughter should do for her estranged father. After all, the way to a man's heart is through his dinner plate. She chugs a big glass of wine and then takes another big gulp for good measure (all that time as a Walker was not wasted or, rather, it was) as David finally asks what brought her to New York. She claims she just wanted to get to know her dad, but he isn't buying it. If she wanted to get to know him she could have called or emailed and didn't need to hop on a plane. Rebecca fidgets and for some reason just won't own up to having any issues at home that she is trying to escape and David is starting to get a bit irritated. She just keeps claiming that she wants to get to know her dad and isn't that enough? Which is pretty hard to respond to if you are the oaf who had a kid he didn't know about and then left once you did know about her. He points out that she is ignoring her phone call, her mom doesn't know she's here and she is bullshitting him. He won't take it anymore. He doesn't know what her deal is but he wants her to try and be honest. I'm with him so far, but then he starts on about how he left LA for her and the least she can do is tell him the truth, which I think is a bit over the top to bring up. Rebecca is really kind of an idiot. She seems to honestly think that just showing up on her estranged father's doorstep should be greeted with nothing but gumdrops and sunshine and nary a question. She stands up to leave, yelling at David for only caring about himself. If I were him, I'd be happy to see her go.
Well this is unexpected. Holly stops by Saul's house and while he was surprised to get her call, he's happy to help her out. She slept with your sister's husband for over twenty years and more or less chased you and your family out of the family business and you're happy to help her? Are you dim-witted or just masochistic? That is kind of indicative of the weird leaps of faith the writers expect you to take on this show. Aside from workaday stuff with Tommy and parental hellos with Justin, Holly has lost her reason for any Walker interactions. And since this show is all about the Walkers they have to find a role for her, but this scene with Saul and last week's mortifying encounter with Nora are just too illogical and out of character. I know she is married to the executive producer, but if the plot doesn't really require her continued interactions with the family, why force it? It is just unbelievable and thus irritating. Holly is apologetic for the intrusion, but she wants Saul to look over a contract for her. Well, I guess it wouldn't have been a booty call, but a drive-by contract review? That seems an unlikely reintroduction of these two. Holly is confused by the contract because it has a "notice of change" or some such addendum that identifies Omni Inc. as a party to the deal, but she has never heard of Omni Inc. Saul looks a little discomfited, takes a swig of wine, and asks her where the deal is in the negotiation process. She explains that it is with the lawyers, but doesn't explain why she is not asking one of them about this Omni Inc instead of harassing her ex-employee, ex-friend in the middle of the night. Saul doesn't really answer, Holly finally realizes that she is asking a lot and gets up to go and ask her crack legal team, but Saul stops her and flips through the contract. He tells her that Omni Inc. is just a holding company for Crawford and that's who her deal is with, no big deal, no need to worry. He asks how she paid for the acreage and she tells him all about the shares she and Tommy proffered for the vineyard. Saul looks grim, but just drinks his wine.