The cheap wine is actually good. Everyone is in shock, especially Saul. They decide to launch the wine overnight and enter it into the wine festival. Even Luc the Frenchman from wine country likes it. And then it wins the table wine class. Everyone celebrates, but the big win is dampened by Ryan's traitorous phone call. He sets up yet another meeting with Dennis York, who explains that if he's going to buy Ojai, he needs that wine to fail. So Ryan comes up with a sure fire plan to kill the wine's impending success -- he dumps it on the floor.
The Senator has the hots for Sue Sylvester, but since it's really just Kitty in a wig and there's no chance of any Glee-style musical numbers, it's just a little unnerving. Under duress from Nora, Kitty sheds the wig and The Senator manages to love her anyway, but he does ask her to wear a track suit.
Luc is getting on Sarah's last nerve. Then he gets on my last nerve by calling her "babe." Against his will, she commissions him to create the label for the cheap wine, but his artistic temperament flares and he snaps. He doesn't like the pressure to design labels and he definitely doesn't like the pressure to label his relationship. Seems like Sarah has finally realized she's dating Joe's French doppelganger. But she kind of likes him. And his hair is better than Joe's. After a heart-to-heart with Nora, she decides to fight for Frenchie. So the next morning she makes him le petit dejeuner, but her accent is so atrocious he breaks up with her anyway.
Nora has gone on several dinner dates with Dr. Motorcycle, so she can't really say no when he invites himself to the wine festival. But she does not wear her cougar mantle easily and, despite constant reassurance from the doctor, she manages to alienate him into leaving. After he storms out and rides off into the sunset, she realizes she deserves a fling with a hot younger man. So she convinces him to come to Walker Manor so she can yell at him, compare him to her dead husband, and finally convince him to give her a second chance. This, even though she is wearing a total grandma shirt.
Scotty and Kevin are unable to narrow down their criteria for an egg donor. After the first 80 candidates fail to live up to Kevin's high standards, Scotty abdicates his responsibilities. Kevin wanders the wine festival with his video interviews of various candidates trying to get someone to weigh in. Saul finally puts the kibosh on the process by reminding Kevin of the adventure of surprises. So Kevin throws darts and lands firmly on nurture over nature.
Rebecca is still pregnant, but she hasn't been able to find the time to tell Justin, who is knee-deep in mid-terms. So she tells her dad, who promises to be supportive. When Justin finally struggles home, he explains that he won't be there for her while he's in school, which is not exactly what she wants or needs to hear at that point. So she still doesn't tell him. Which is annoying.
Rebecca has finally accepted that she is pregnant and is now calculating her due date. The second she figures out that her bouncing baby Walker will be arriving around July 11 she calls Justin. She still hasn't told him about their impending child, and now he's in the middle of midterms, so she can't bug him now, right? Okay, I have one question: WHY IS REBECCA SO STUPID? Just tell him already! He'll be thrilled and you will be one hair less annoying. Not telling him about this is some strange and off-putting type of martyrdom that I for one don't enjoy watching. Like, oh I don't want to bother Justin with this little thing right now. SHUT UP AND TELL HIM. I have a really ancient television, but I understand that on some of the fancy new models you can reach through and throttle someone. Will someone else please do that? Thank you. Anyway, Rebecca asks Justin to call her back. Which I guess is the first step.
Scotty and Kevin are huddled over their computer excited at the prospect of picking their egg donor. Scotty giddily remarks that this picking their baby mama online is so strange for him, because he never even hooked up with somebody online! Kevin scoffs and then quietly agrees, but Scotty's not that dim and Kevin finally confesses to maybe hooking up with somebody like once maybe. My thought is that Scotty is super hot and never needed to use online dating to find a tasty morsel, unlike, say, Kevin. Scotty rolls his eyes and they get back to the matter at hand. They count down and click the mouse and...the screen fills up with well over a 100 women dying to donate their eggs. Kevin and Scotty are stunned, but I am not. Egg donors get paid A LOT of money, at least according to the advertisements at the movie theater, and in this economy you know that is tempting. Although you do have to fill out a lot of forms . Also, you have to be willing to do this to yourself, frequently, which I am not. And there is something called "egg harvesting" but disappointingly I couldn't find a YouTube video of it. (#InternetFAIL) Scotty and Kevin just can't seem to whittle down the donors. In fact, the only criteria they can agree on is that maybe the donor should be tall. Everything else is completely open and subject to Kevin's notion of "the best". Scotty doesn't look hopeful.