Over at Justin's, the breakfast of shame is filled with Awkward. Rebecca is acting cold, which she brushes off as due to a lack of sleep last night. Justin tries to high five himself, but misses and instead offers to make her some revolting coffee-esque beverage involving chocolate and cinnamon. Of course THAT is Rebecca's favorite drink. Rebecca's phone rings and when she sees it is her dad she answers quickly even though she ran out on him last night and now is eating breakfast with her ex and has her dirty underwear tucked in her purse. Like, yeah, good time to talk to your dad. David reports that Holly was in bad shape last night after Rebecca left and kept forgetting things and took ten steps back from her recovery. Then, when he woke up in the middle of the night she was gone. Clearly this call was just to make Rebecca feel guilty. Job well done! David says Holly is still missing and he called the police. Rebecca has the sads and no clean underwear. Just sayin'.
Sarah is hosting the Bitchy Wives Club at her house. They are well coiffed with super smooth shiny hair (bitches), white teeth, and have both sweaters sets AND pearls, which seems like overkill by the costume department, because we KNOW they are bitchy wives because their last names are HYPHENATED. They have also apparently completed the master class in undermining, because they are continuously commenting on how "cozy" and "lived in" Sarah's house looks and ogling Luc while praising Sarah for exposing her children to different lifestyle choices. As if living with a French underwear model is not going to look AWESOME on Paige's college applications. Sarah just smiles and takes it because she cares about prep school and Cooper's future enough to just grin, bear it, and not punch anyone in their khaki-covered vagina. Also, Sarah has not finished the costumes, but blames it on her perfectionism. As the bitchy bitches leave, Luc calls one a putain, which if I remember from The Little Prince correctly means either whore, bitch, or field of wheat. Sarah shrugs, she needs to get Cooper into that school and no field of wheat is going to stop her.
Nora finally responds to Sarah's cries for help and has her pinking shears packed and is headed out the door when the doorbell rings. It's Holly. She wants to know if William is there, because she needs to talk to him. Nora calmly explains that it's simply not possible. Holly pushes past her and demands to see William. Nora reminds her that William's dead, she's been in an accident, that she's been trying to get better. Holly gets more and more upset and starts crying in confusion and frustration. She doesn't know what's going on, but she knows she needs help. She begs Nora to help her.