Caitlin and Mia are walking through Central Park and Caitlin's freaking out about the zit on her forehead. She says that the last time her skin looked like this, it was before the 2003 Board of Directors meeting at Lily. Mia asks if she's supposed to tell a zit story now, and Caitlin says that she's just making a point that, when she's stressed, she breaks out. You must have to know yourself really well to make that connection. Heavy. Having zits in her line of work means you should stay at home with a bag over your head and a whole lasagna. Funny! She's also upset that she was mentioned in Regrets Only. "Whatever happened to a woman's right to kiss another woman in public without it being posted all over the internet?" She feels like she can't be free to explore her feelings with Alicia without making some huge commitment. And she hasn't even talked to Alicia in several days. Mia tries to calm her down and tells her to call Alicia. My advice would be to not call Alicia, since she's bland and all.
The Mafia ladies are having lunch together, which is nice and all -- but so totally unlikely. How many meals a week do they share? Zoë tells the story of Katherine, though we don't really need to hear it again, do we? She says that Clayton is her problem, not Katherine, though that's news to anyone who has been watching the show. She is obsessed with Katherine. Mia is carrying the mock-up cover of the magazine with her, and wonders how Jack could have felt that way about her. Zoë says that he loved her, just not enough. Okay. Juliet tells her it's her move. I'm not sure what that means.
Later, on the street, Juliet tells Zoë about Bobby being in town. She says she's having second thoughts about going through with her affair. Zoe gives her several reasons to back out, including the chance of catching an STD (also a risk if having sex with your cheatin' husband) or the "fatal attraction syndrome." I'm not sure who Juliet's supposed to be in that equation, but since all of these women are perfect and everyone else sucks -- I'm assuming she's saying Bobby might be Glenn Close. Juliet thinks that Davis's fling with Cilla was bigger than Davis said it was, because of the vitriol in Cilla's blog. It reflects the wrath of a mistress scorned, which I must admit is a form of wrath I've never heard much about. She's going to have a sit-down with Cilla and put an end to the blog.