Zoom over to the high school, where Henry is walking down some hall with some extras. Catherine comes by and calls him over. Apparently, out here in the courtyard of the school is the perfect place for the two of them to have a discreet discussion about a mysterious search that Henry doesn't want anybody else to know about. Nobody's going to see them talking here. Catherine whips out the Christmas card and shows it to Henry. She says the woman's name is Page Carter. Catherine says she doesn't know her all that well, but has invited her to the party they're having for George. Catherine invites Henry too, and looks genuinely happy to be of assistance to him. I don't know what to make of it. They're either very good actors or very bad ones, and I'll be damned if I can figure out which.
Robert hangs out at some bar table somewhere. Jayleen walks in to meet Robert and tells him, with an "I'm not putting up with any more Greeley nonsense" tone in her voice, to start talking because she has things to do. Robert tells her he wants to hire her back to The Sun, and even offers her a promotion and a raise. Jayleen assumes he wants her to drop the lawsuit as well. Robert apologizes for the way he treated her. He says that he loves his sister (and if there were a Pasadena drinking game, that would inspire a drink), and when Will asked him to "get rid of [Jayleen]," he may have gone a little overboard. I think the Greeleys are all going to get cancer from having to wear asbestos pants all the time. Perhaps Meredith is being kept cryogenically frozen, and her skin is being harvested for grafts to cure all the "Liar, Liar, Pants On Fire" burns. Jayleen's shocked to hear that Will asked Robert to get rid of her, not noticing the smoke rising from Robert's bottom half. Robert pretends to be surprised that Jayleen didn't know. He tells her that there's no reason why Will's mid-life crisis should affect her career. He says he wants her back, and gives her his most winning smirk.
At the Bellow(s)es, Henry is dressing up for the party when Tom "Oral Fixation" Bellow(s) wanders in (again without knocking) to help Henry with his tie and to make a desperate grab for a subplot. He succeeds when Henry asks him to give him a lift to the party. Henry asks if they're ever going to talk about "her." For God's sake, stop with the mystery pronoun! We know you mean your mother. That ambiguity, at least, has been resolved. Tom is predictably pissy and doesn't want to talk about Mom. Henry wonders if there's a possibility that there's a reason that she left them. Tom says he's wondered for the last fifteen years where she's been. He's decided that he doesn't want to wonder anymore, so he's come to the conclusion that their mother must be dead. Tom obviously hasn't watched soap operas before.