Claire asks Kate why she's trying to outrun the long arm of the law. Kate says, "Would you believe me if I said I was innocent." Yeah, yeah I would. I mean, I'm beating myself up even as I say this, but yes, Kate. I would. Claire says the same -- except she doesn't seem to have the same urge for self-harm. Kate says she should go, so persistently, pervasively imbecilic Claire tells Kate to take her credit card. "There's not much of a limit on it, but it's something." Kate tells her she doesn't have to do this. Claire says, "You didn't have to do what you did, either." And then Kate takes the card, because taking is what Kate does. She tells Claire that Aaron is a great name. When Claire says, "I don't know why I said it -- it's like...I don't know...I knew it, or something," Kate tells her, "I think you should keep him." Claire doesn't know what to say to that, so she wishes Kate luck. Kate returns the sentiment, and they part -- the closest of friends.
Episode Report CardCindy McLennan: B- | 1971 USERS: C+
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