Over at Graff-and-a-Half Manor, Patty arrives just as Amber is finishing up a Tarot reading, and offering to lend Angela a Tarot book. Rickie lets Patty in, probably hoping to buff his tarnished image, so he's standing behind Patty during the pleasantries (The usual: "Hi." "Hi." "I do Tarot. It's just a hobby"). Thus, when Amber offers Patty a drink, and she declines through another of her patented forced smiles, Rickie's face falls in chagrin, because he was probably hoping no one would ever say the word "drink" around Patty while he's there ever again, which is a very nice touch. Amber goes to find Angela the Tarot book, while Patty looks around in condescending confusion at the décor.
Retreating to find the book, Amber gives Rayanne her evaluation: "Angela is so cute, you could smack her. And her mom is, like, from a commercial. For something really clean." Word on the latter, but it's not my policy to smack cute people, at least not in the face. Ba dum bum. Rayanne says that she's thinking of sending the early-grave-prediction money back to her dad, but Amber pretends not to hear her, and wanders off in search of the book, which I guess is elsewhere in her extended library.
Patty tries to hurry Amber along by talking loudly about the errands she has to run, and the party she's preparing at their house. "At our house? I thought it was at some restaurant," says Angela. Patty laughs ruefully. As if to say: Aha ha ha, why must God hate me so? Meanwhile, Amber has found the book and, upon bringing it to Angela, opines that throwing a party for her parents will help Patty to work through her issues about being adopted, and helpfully adds, "I saw a special the other night. Did you catch that?" Patty says, "No," but she means, "Shut up, you lunatic." Amber goes on, "It really got me. I mean, I was bawling. I think I may have given up a baby in a past life." Patty clearly wants to sprint for the door at this point, but Amber has an extended and very motherly good-bye with Angela ("Here are the cards, you can practice with these. But promise me you'll treat them with respect," et cetera). Patty looks on, wondering, "Who is this crazy person? Why is she so close to my daughter? Why doesn't Angela ever look that happy when I hug her?" But Patty's got that fake smile on her face, which is the answer to some of those questions.