Back at Walker Manor, Simon is wooing Nora with a dozen red roses. She plants one on him (tongue, too!) and then promptly rips all the heads off the roses in some weird flower beheading ritual required for the capturing of younger men. (I saw it on Charmed so I know it's real.) Nora offers to reimburse Simon for the flowers, not with money but with an invitation to THE event of the Pasadena social season. He demurs because he has to be in Portland hustling the ladies up there for some money for his Nigerian...er, Guatemalan charity. Er...not charity, rather Unique Investment Opportunity. While he doesn't make a profit personally, his elite investors make a tidy sum off of the interest of his loans to Guatemalan children. He breaks all the kneecaps himself so his select few investors never have to get their hands dirty or risk extradition. Doesn't that sound like a great investment? If only Nora had a measly $100,000 lying around unused somewhere and not invested in her own charitable organization. If only she had that then she could join the upper echelon of benefactors taking part in this Unique Investment opportunity. Limited Time Only! If she doesn't pony up the cash, he's off to Portland and she's going stag to her son's wedding. Oh the shame...At the mention of the $100K, Nora makes a face like...wait, I DO have a hundred grand that I'm keeping under my mattress instead of investing in my own charitable organization. But, Simon doesn't want to mix business with pleasure unless she is really serious, then he'll show her his prospectus (nudge nudge wink wink). They start frenching again at the thought of financial comingling and are rudely interrupted by stupid old Tommy who has come to California for the impending nuptials. He has Elizabeth in his arms and Nora basically knocks Tommy down, grabs her granddaughter and wanders off leaving the menfolk to introduce themselves.
Brothers and Sisters
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Brothers and Sisters