At a posh Westside mansion, Kate and Ramon talk to Helene The Real Estate Agent, wondering if she remembers the condo she sold to Karl a while ago. "I'm not sure if I can help. My husband and I sell a lot of property," Helene says, but she promises to try…and she does in fact remember this particular transaction, although she wonders what a lawyer is doing digging into it. "It's a civil fraud case," Kate explains briefly. Helene tells Kate and Ramon that Karl was with a slightly older woman, and it appeared to be her cash they used to purchase the condo. She doesn't know how to reach the woman, but her name was "Bridget something." Helene remembers this, she says, because she was reading Bridget Jones's Diary at the time. The mysterious Bridget lived in Encino and drove a vintage Mercedes. That's all Helene remembers. Kate makes her Scrunchie Confused Face.
Back to the office. Judy is sitting at Kate's desk and yelling at her son on the phone. She hangs up and explains to the newly arrived Kate that he always makes her "completely meshuggener." Kate smiles nicely, but does ask that Judy give her chair back. "How was your lunch?" she asks. Judy complains that Michelle picked a fight with her during dessert. Apparently the fight was about Joanna: more specifically, about the fact that Judy thinks she's way out of Michelle's league. Kate's like, "What's wrong with you? Why would you say that to your daughter?" Judy rolls her eyes. "Kate, let's be realistic. Joanna is a glamorous lipstick lesbian. She is vice president of a movie studio. She's friends with Ellen. Michelle's a bohemian. Trust me, a month from now, Joanna is gonna be dating a beautiful young starlet with perfect breasts and Michelle is gonna be back on Zoloft. I'm just trying to spare her some heartache." Kate makes a sad face and argues that Michelle is an adult who ought to be allowed to make her own choices about her love life. "You're right," Judy says. "I'm too honest. It isn't always easy for people to hear the truth." She gets up and wonders if she'll see Kate "at the opening tonight." Kate puts on her hard-ass face and says she's going to smooth things over with Michelle, but Judy has to give Joanna a chance. "Deal?" Judy groans, and agrees.
Back at the office, Jerry eats fruit. Kate swings into the kitchen and tells him that Judy is impossible. Jerry is like, duh, but asks Kate to cut her some slack. "Her husband left her for a girl her daughter's age. I think she's just lonely." Kate muses that she ought to set Judy up. "That's an excellent idea. She needs a man. Just not me," Jerry says. Kate wonders if her father has an appropriate single friend. "Let me think about it. No," Jerry says, and takes off, his FDA suggested serving of fruit taken care of for the day.