But wait, there's more. Zoë reads, "Which newly anointed magazine publisher left stiletto heel marks all over her fiancé on her way to the top job, trashing her engagement?" Why are these blind items so opaque? Mia is sure it's her they're talking about. Whatever, self-centered. She says that maybe she'll just direct her parents to the blog. Caitlin's seems stunned that Mia hasn't told her parents about her breakup with Jack. Mia says she's not ready to have that conversation with her mother, because she'll just turn it around and make it sound like it was Mia's fault (though that wouldn't necessarily take much turning). It's also evident that Mia is holding onto a little hope that she and Jack might get back together. It makes her seem a little sad.
Caitlin says that the blog is the work of Cilla Gray -- she's already "out there taking credit for it." I guess everyone wants to have the attention of others at some level, but it seems odd that a woman as rich as Cilla would spend much time writing a blog. Juliet is really annoyed that Cilla would drag her friends into what she sees as a vendetta against her. Mia asks her what she has in mind and Juliet replies, "She needs to be whacked." Zoë and Mia giggle with Juliet, but Caitlin says, "I've got a cousin in New Jersey who could take care of this. I mean, if you're serious." It seems like Bonnie Somerville has inspired the writers to make her character a little rough-and-tumble. I like the depth her character adds to the show. It's unfortunately easy to add texture to this show at times, because everything has been sketched in such a two-dimensional way. In any event, Caitlin makes more and more sense as a character all the time and I like that. Juliet says that she won't need the services of Caitlin's cousin: "Don't worry, I'll handle it."
We see Zoë rolling her suitcase through her office. She stops at Katherine's desk and asks if the "RPS buy-out model" she asked for is finished. "Of course," replies Katherine, and hands her a report. Well, it's really not an "of course" situation, since she wanted the model two days ago. Katherine says that she expanded the model, so she thinks it will be worth Zoë's wait. Zoë points out that Katherine is wearing a different shoe on each foot. Katherine says she can't decide which pair goes better with the suit she's wearing, which is low-cut and short. Zoë suggests that she go with the pair with the shorter heel, which is good advice. They're both three-inch heels, so she's going with the black pair. Zoë's contempt for Katherine is so obvious. You'd think that maybe Zoë would just speak to HR or somebody and either have Katherine fired or reassigned to another director. It would be one thing if she didn't want to admit that she didn't like her, but she clearly has no problem with that. And does Zoë have to hate on some other "type" of woman in every episode? Juliet already mentioned that Zoë is a little judgy. Wonder if that's going to bite her in the ass.