Julie is going all eBay on some framed pictures in the house, selling them to help make ends meet. So not only is she squatting in Dr. Neil's house, rent-free, but she also had the audacity to let Taylor live there without asking him and NOW she's selling off his artwork? That is balls, Julie. Kaitlin doesn't see why her mom's worrying about money since her boyfriend is a billionaire. "No, he's not," Julie immediately says, which makes Kaitlin suspicious. She asks Julie if she's seeing someone behind BULLIT's back, but Julie just says she can't be cheating on BULLIT since their relationship ended when he went to Dubai (and the writers of the show decided to introduce some more conflict into the show by having her date Ryan's real father despite their total lack of chemistry). Kaitlin says she and BULLIT have exchanged a few emails, and he seems to think that he and Julie are still together. Julie doesn't seem too concerned that her underage daughter is discussing relationships with an old man. This is the kind of parenting that gives the world fourteen-year-olds putting naked pictures of themselves on MySpace.
Kaitlin answers the doorbell to find a flower delivery guy. He hands her a bouquet for Julie with a note that says "can't wait 'til tomorrow night. Miss you already." It doesn't say anything about butts though, so who knows what the flower sender's intentions are? Kaitlin isn't taking any chances, though, and throws the flowers in what I'm pretty sure is the paper goods recycling bin. If Bright finds out about this, he's going to murder her.
And Kirsten is looking sad and sighing, although this time, she's opted for a change of scenery and is in her doctor's office. "For the last few weeks, I've been feeling weak. Just drained of energy," Kirsten tells her doctor. Last few weeks? More like last few seasons. My diagnosis is lazywritersitis. Kirsten also says she's been feeling queasy and light-headed. The Doc asks if she's been drinking. Duh, no. That would require Kirsten having some sort of storyline. The Doc says she'll take some of Kirsten's blood for tests. It's kind of weird how they're having this whole conversation in the doctor's private office and not, like, in an examining room.