Outside, Jack asks to see her home. Jackie laughs and tells him to go back inside, that if he wants to be President, he better get started with all the important people in there. Jack looks at her as if "Consorts-R-Us" had finally delivered after all, and huskily asks, "Will you come to the Cape? I want you to meet the rest of the family." Jackie pauses, then asks, "Will Ethel be there?" Jack laughs. Har-dee-har-har. You won't be laughing so hard when it's your suits and premature ejaculation she's making fun of, buster. Hyannis Port. Rose Kennedy goes outside and starts unscrewing lightbulbs from the porch lights. On the porch as well are Jackie and Ethel. Jackie is giving Ethel a pin as a party thank-you for all her trouble. Ethel says it's too much. Jackie says it isn't, then explains that she had to leave the party because it was freezing, that she couldn't take another minute. Ethel nudges her chin in Rose's direction and explains that that's all Grandma Kennedy, who's kept her and Bobby on a strict budget, and that the Kennedys are notoriously rich and even more notoriously cheap. Jackie then subtly grills Ethel like a cheese sandwich. Ethel is only too glad to spill, and tells Jackie about her wedding night with Bobby. Apparently she had no experience, since she was training to be a nun -- oh yeah, casting Lauren Holly is definitely some sort of weird joke -- and that "Bobby was finished before [she] even got into the room," but that eventually they got the hang of it. Rose, eyeing them suspiciously, walks over and asks what they were talking about. Jackie, all wide-eyed innocence, says, "Well, Ethel was telling me how well Bobby sleeps!" Rose smile/grimaces. She's not buying a word of it. Out of nowhere, she grasps Jackie's chin and turns her face from side to side and says, "So lovely." It is not quite a compliment. Grandma Kennedy sees a lightbulb that has escaped her regime and hustles over there. Over Jackie's head, a big neon sign that says "I'M the pretty one" appears as the words WE GET IT are burned into the front lawn by the gaffers. Okay, so that doesn't actually happen, but it sure feels like it does. Man. Jackie asks if the rumors about Joe Kennedy are true. Ethel confirms that they are -- that he's not exactly a modern, kind, or gentle guy, and that his sons are like him in that they want to win, at everything. I'm bummed that they didn't cover the more salacious and interesting parts of Joe Kennedy's history -- hell, he's like an Irish Caligula. Oh, well. It probably wasn't in the book. Lauren Holly's eyes get so big in this scene that they look like enormous hard-boiled eggs. She says, "It's like being at the center of everything!" She and Jackie giggle and link arms.