Mitch and Mary are wrapping things up with the detective. Mary asks what CFB's last name was and if he had a family. The detective tells her that he's had a history of mental illness and had attempted to commit himself a couple of times. He said they had to turn him away. "Not enough beds. You know, same old story." I love it when Get Real gets all preachy.
Outside the detective's office Kate takes a post-homicide nap on a bench. Mary asks if she can talk to her. Mary asked why Kate didn't call. Kate says she was tired. Mary tells Kate how CFB had tried to commit himself. "So?" asks Kate. Mary says that means that he knew he needed help, he just couldn't get it. "What do you expect me to do with that news?" Kate asks. "I don't know," Mary says, knowing full well she needs Kate to confess guilt so the Green family can continue to be immortal creatures of the night. Mary says she thought Kate would like to know. "What? So I feel bad about myself? Because I don't, okay?" Mary stammers that the kid was troubled. Kate asks if she should have given the kid a hug. She goes on about how John Lennon was shot by Mark Chapman five hours after giving him an autograph. "The guy was a psycho. He deserved what he got. I don't need you to tell me he was troubled. I need you to say to me, 'Hey, Kate. Thanks for saving my life.'" Don't hold your breath. The five-note jingle takes us to commercial.
Kenny says good morning to Mary but she starts laying into him about how he never cleans up anything around there. He asks how she's doing. She says she's fine. He asks about Kate. She says she hasn't heard from her and she doesn't know where she's staying. Kenny asks if there's anything else he can do. Mary says that everyone can clean up and stop cluttering the place. "Our clutter," Cameron says. "The woman has fifteen years of photos stacked in the kitchen." "Oh, shut up," Meghan brats, as if she's never said a harsh thing in her life. Mary is yelling at some publisher person on the phone who doesn't know where Kate is staying. She slams the (cordless) phone down and jostles her coffee. I don't see a spill, but she curses and starts cleaning. Mitch walks over and says that Mary needs to calm down and that if Kate wanted to see her she'd get in touch with her. He said that Kate made things pretty clear. "So, what? Are you suggesting that I never talk to her again?" Mitch says that she should give Kate a little room. Mary tells him to leave her alone. She says that Mitch wasn't there but Kate was and she needs to talk to her. Mitch says that the whole family (his stress, not mine) can see "how much pain" she's in and that they'd "like to help." The phone rings, and Mary finds out where Kate is staying. The Center of the Universe can control all personal assistants.