Tommy and Julia's ultrasound appointment. They both ooh and ahh at the monitor at various things, like the face and what Tommy insists is the penis. The doctor (who looks like Padma Lakshmi's younger, more alert cousin) is all, "No, that's a foot." When Tommy brings up the rather simple point that this would be the third foot on the screen, Dr. Padma says that's right, and points out the fourth foot. Julia wordlessly freaks while Tommy cackles. "Twins?" Julia squeaks. Well, either that or the kind of four-footed freak child that they only grow on Brazilian soccer farms. Tommy and Julia smile at each other. America, from their position in front of the open doors of their refrigerators, collectively says, "Awww."
Kitty answers a knock on the Walkers' door to find Rob, who comes bearing leftovers from a charity dinner all wrapped up in a tin foil swan. He thinks this is time to make out, but it's actually time for Kitty to bitch about the polling some more and point-blank ask Rob why Noreen the question-asker hasn't been fired yet. Wow, Kitty's sure to stop polling as cold, calculating, and overbearing if word of that gets out! Kitty continues to wig out about being called, among other things, "aloof." She sarcastically says she's probably too blonde or too rich or "maybe I'm just too damn thin!" Oh, Calista, we kind of like you now! No need to dredge up the past. Bygones! She and Rob bicker some more, and Rob opens the door to leave, only to find Nora and Justin there, looking like they just got caught with their hands in the eavesdropping jar. Nora stammers that she just got home and found Justin "lurking" at the front door. Justin protests that he wasn't lurking, but he couldn't exactly walk in while "Kitty was yelling at the senator." Nora scampers to get out of their way and takes a look at the table and goes, "Ooh! A swan!" Hee. Rob takes off, and Kitty tells her mom to mind her own business. Kitty pulls Justin aside and asks if he finds her aloof. Justin refuses to answer, which is kind of dumb, considering that Kitty may be many things, but she's really not aloof. Unless "aloof" suddenly means "stuttering."