Kevin is not happy. He has returned to his loft-like condo and looks melancholy while Scotty and Kitty try to Be There for him. Kitty decides to make it about her and reminds them that she had cancer and she had to get a test this morning to determine whether or not it is back. Clearly because of, you know, physics, if she gets a call saying that she is in remission, then someone else will get a call saying their cancer is back. It's Newton's Third Law of ThermoStupidity. Kevin and Scotty both scratch their heads over that one and then Kevin starts crying and Kitty comforts him while Scotty makes concerned eyes in his general direction. Scotty gives great "concerned eyes". You know he aced that part of acting class.
Up at Ojai, Nora is filling in Justin on the situation with Kevin. She doesn't know if Kevin will ever forgive her. Justin reminds her that he did a lot worse when he was using and after about 72 interventions and a stint or two in rehab, everyone forgave him! Nora sighs unhappily and then someone knocks on the front door. It's Sarah and Tommy. They drove up to Ojai at The Senator's request to try and talk some damn sense into their car-stealing mother. DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA WHAT THIS COULD DO TO KITTY'S CAMPAIGN?? Justin is shocked that Nora stole a car, but not as shocked as you would think, besides Sarah and Tommy are too busy yelling at Nora for Justin to get a word in edgewise. Nora swears that she and Holly just need a little bit more time to get to the bottom of this Narrow Lake business. She doesn't care if they sell Ojai anymore --she just needs time. Sarah is not amused or interested. She can't get excited about a stupid imaginary lake filled to the brim with pirate booty (which I imagine is a lot like Johnny Depp's in Pirates of the Caribbean). Everyone is yelling and Justin is fed up because they are ruining his honeymoon. Didn't anyone wonder amid all that hollering why Justin and Rebecca were up there to begin with? Everyone stares at their feet, because, well, no. Justin announces that they got married and instantly everyone forgets that they were fighting and it is all smiles and some bluebirds drop down to fly around the happy couple's heads. A knock on the door ruins the moment. It's the cops. They arrest the two car thieves.
Nora and Holly sit in jail. (OH MY GOD I HAVE WANTED TO WRITE THAT SENTENCE FOR SOOOOOOOO LONG.) What are they talking about? The fact that Justin and Rebecca got married without them. They promise that whenever they get sprung from the join, they are going to throw those two the biggest party ever with at least five white pianos. Nora says that Holly can move her dining room table anywhere she wants, because they are friends now. Yeah, you serve time in the clink with someone and it really forms a lifelong bond. Or at least, that's what Oz led me to believe. A lot of life long bonds being formed there. At the word "friends" Holly flinches, because THAT MEANS THE WALKERS HAVE WON. But really she is flinching because she should have told Nora that the leggy blonde William was flirting with at that party back in 1973 WAS HER. Shocker, right? Nora blinks a few times, looks around for something to make a shiv, can't find anything, and shrugs: She's so over it. Which is good, because I think we all are, too. Nora settles on the bench next to Holly and sighs that she new William was a womanizer, but she wanted to keep her family together anyway. Holly points out the silver lining: She has proof that William wasn't with her that weekend in '73. Maybe he really was looking for land! Nora has enough of a sense of the absurd to laugh that she is surprised her husband told her the truth for once. Just then a certain U.S. Senator shows up in person to spring the jailbirds. I know that Rob Lowe needs more screentime, but wouldn't he just send a staff member and keep himself away from such unsavory publicity? Not that I am complaining about Rob Lowe being on my television screen. Before he has the guard let them out, he snaps a few photos for the scrapbook.