Back from the break, it is Thanksgiving, and Kate is vacuuming for the big party. Mama Fox strolls in, admonishing Kate for leaving the front door unlocked. Kate points out that Mama is three hours early. Wow, that's quite the floaty orange top Mama has on. Mama says she was thinking she and Kate could shoehorn in a little wreath-making before things got underway. Kate demurs, saying, "I'd love to, but I have to bail my rapper out of jail." Heh. Mama argues that Shatner could deal with that problem, but Kate points out that he's in Vegas. Mama wants to know how he'll be there for the party if he's out of state, but Kate assures her that he'll show up. Kate scurries out of the room.
The next time we see Kate, she's in her car again, yapping with Shatner on her cell some more. He's still in Vegas. They check in about the events with B-Plot. She asks him whether he's still on track to make it home for dinner, and he tells her that he's actually down a little, so he's still playing to try to get even. She cautions him that he'd better come home, whether he makes his money back or not. He tells her that he can't stomach coming home this far in debt. "It's the principle," he says. She gives him a stern lecture about the importance of showing up, and can presumably only hope it will take.
At the jail, Kate leads B-Plot out through a maze of waiting journalists. Nick tries to get through with a "no comment," but B-Plot jumps in, saying he's no felon, and no kidnapper, and he's a victim of oppression and so forth. Kate pulls on him to get him to shut up until he gets a chance to appear in court. He complains that he's being tried in the court of public opinion, and that no one's being fair to him. "When are you going to stop pointing the finger and take some responsibility?" she asks. "You violated the court order. You sent Ronica into a panic. You caused your little boys to spend three frightening hours in a police precinct." He threatens to get Johnnie Cochrane. Snerk. Oh, sure, everybody threatens to get Johnnie now. I have a feeling Johnnie's a little busy with Michael Jackson these days, if you know what I mean. And unfortunately, you probably do. She tells him to feel free to just get Johnnie. "If you don't want to listen to our advice," she says, "we don't want you." He snaps back that she wouldn't be alone in not wanting him, considering that he's standing outside a jail with no family and nobody who cares about him. "Well, I'm having people over," she says, still a little angry, "you could come." He hesitates. "What time?" he asks softly. Hee. That was sweet.
As Nick and Kate walk to the car, he praises her for being so darn hospitable. She points out that at least B-Plot cares, unlike her father. Nick says that Shatner is a "wild man," and if you want him somewhere, you have to take him there yourself. This gives Kate an idea. She asks Nick to go to Vegas, fetch Shatner, and bring him back. She offers to pay him for the time and travel, and she ultimately agrees to handle his paperwork for two and a half months, plus provide free matchmaking. Considering the quality of Kate's matchmaking, I hope she's also going to throw in free psychiatric counseling when it all goes horribly wrong. All Nick has to say is that he flies first class.