It's dinner time in Ojai and Saul and Scotty are in a whirlwind of prep work trying to prepare their sadly unoriginal sounding tasting menu for the Walkers. Saul is an extremely grumpy bunny and Scotty apologizes for pressuring him into getting tested. Saul doesn't want to talk about it, but wants to focus on the frisee salad and poached eggs. He snaps at Rebecca, too, but she deserves it, so who cares? Snap away, Saul! Rebecca then gets snapped at AGAIN when she asks Justin if he wants a sweater, but she still deserves it. You suggest to your new husband a year-long separation, you got to expect some snappishness. So suck it up, sweetheart! The Senator has also just arrived and looks at Justin quizzically, but Justin doesn't want to talk about it so quickly changes the subject to something The Senator doesn't want to talk about: His heart condition. The Senator fills his mouth with cheese so he can't answer. Luckily Nora, Sarah, and Kitty show up still covered in potato chips and smelling like bum wine. Who says Republicans don't know how to party? Kitty wants to talk to The Senator. As she drags him outside, Nora reads over the menu (chipotle meatloaf! lamb burgers!) and chit chats with Rebecca who is NOT IN THE MOOD. So Nora has another drink. Outside, Kitty is explaining to The Senator about the lying liars spreading lies about her on the internets. They aren't a real group and she can't figure out who is behind it. The Senator has a suspicion, but he's not talking. Kitty is really bothered by the stories and The Senator tries to calm her down by pointing out that she is up in the polls and so she is getting picked on. But he shuts up when he sees the tears in Kitty's eyes. She is really upset that they brought up the wig. That one hurt. The Senator looks really sad, too.
Inside the kitchen, things are heating up. Saul is snapping at everyone and Kevin snaps back and Scotty mentions testing AGAIN and Kevin snorts and then Saul loses it. He is sick of Kevin's and Scotty's attitude. It is so easy for them to be gay. They are young and domestic partners and having a baby and getting tested for HIV is just "spring cleaning" for them. Coming out of the closet at 70 is hard and he is struggling and he doesn't need them all up in his business. Besides, he got tested this morning. Then he storms out of the kitchen. I like the intergenerational gay discourse, but I kind of wish it wasn't in the context of an HIV testing PSA. Anyway, Scotty and Kevin stare after Saul trying to wrap their heads around what just happened. But lamb burgers wait for no man!