Over at Walker Manor, Kitty is looking for her keys, while Nora is looking for the paper work she needs for her meeting. She has a benefit tonight for the Nora McDonald House and she is going to be late for the final board meeting. Kitty reminds her that perfectionists have far more stress than normal people and Nora is like, "And?" because that is really not surprising in the least. Nora rants and raves about the amount of work she has to do and Kitty shakes her head no no no NO. Nora must lose the stress and reserve her adrenaline. Nora snorts that she doesn't need any more adrenaline. And I am glad that Nora, like SkyNet, is self-aware. Kitty shrugs and announces that she will be back in a few hours. Nora says goodbye, thinks about it for a second and chases Kitty down to remind her that she has a doctor's appointment today. Kitty replies that she cancelled her appointment because she wants to go dress shopping instead of getting filled with chemicals and prodded with needles. Can't really blame her, right? Nora presses further and realizes that Kitty isn't planning on going back to her doctor at all and instead has opted for the finest positive thinking that money can buy. Kitty announces that she is quitting chemo. Nora's jaw drops and she starts sputtering like a motorboat, but Kitty stops her and reminds her that she is the one going through this and it is her choice. The only one who can help her is her. And maybe Deepak Chopra. And maybe Oprah Winfrey. Kitty turns her back on Nora and walks out.
Kevin and The Senator have a lot of work to do, but Kevin is late due to the whole Scotty's caped crusader of a father thing. The Senator is in no mood to chit-chat because a far right conservative candidate has entered the Republican primary and The Senator doesn't abide no racists. Consider his mood dampened. Apparently the candidate, Henderson, enjoys politics, Glenn Beck, long walks on the beach, single malt Scotch, and race baiting. The Senator is not in the mood for this chucklehead, but they are both going to be at an event later. Kevin warns The Senator to not engage, at the risk of alienating the asshat wing of the Republican party. But, really Kevin? Like far right-wingers would vote for The Senator anyway. He pals around with gay people and Democrats and the Walkers, so he can probably feel free to alienate them on principle if he feels like it. The Senator thinks the debate will be like a Vegas cage match, which sounds like AWESOME TELEVISION, (do you think The Senator will be shirtless again?) but Kevin reiterates his whole do-not-talk-to-crazy-people thing and The Senator thinks that would apply to, like, 90% of Kevin's family, and Kevin gets huffy and wants The Senator to let Gov. Kerns's campaign take care of Mr. Right Wing, because he is a bigger threat to her run. The Senator points out that vicious vitriol is a threat to the entire nation. Ooh I like The Senator when he's wearing his righteous indignation suit! When Kevin calls The Senator on his inability to play it cool, boy, cool, The Senator reminds Kevin that he wanted to drop out of the race, but Cancer Girl wouldn't let him. Kevin and The Senator both think Kitty is doing as well as can be expected. I guess they haven't gotten a frantic phone call from Nora yet.