Kirsten walks into her kitchen to find her husband and her father not enjoying breakfast or each other. Caleb reports that Julie has taken off for a $3000 spa weekend that should juuuuuuust about cover the cost of tearing off one layer of bronzer and making her turn back into the color of people. Kirsten asks if Caleb is only there so that Sandy can bail him out again, and he promises not to drag Sandy into anything. He's really there to apologize to her and let her know that, whatever happens, he did what he did for his family. He stands up and tells them he'll be interviewing lawyers and shredding documents, but Sandy tells him to come back for dinner. He makes a hilarious crack about his wife's cooking, but Kirsten tells him that they'll order in and she'll see him later for Chinese takeout and fortune cookies reading "Do not pass go. Do not collect $200."
Meanwhile, the clairvoyant Miss Rogers decides that Ryan would make a really good architect because she watched him think about it previous scenes of this episode.
Kirsten runs into Jimmy while leaving the office. She tells him that Caleb is coming over for dinner and that she left a message for Hailey, but that she hasn't returned it because Hailey found out that her first client died in the grip of a rage and now has THE GRUDGE because that's just what happens when clueless blonde girls leave inexplicably for Japan. He tells Kirsten that it's good Hailey can finally get what she's always wanted (really?), but that he doesn't know exactly what he wants for himself anymore. He tells Kirsten that it was "fun," and she agrees that it must have been a blast "living on a yacht, drinking all day, sailing off to Cabo." He asks why it sounds like a bad thing coming from her, and I think it's because Kirsten is the voice of reason whose words translate in the air to "you're a shiftless boozehound and SHAVE IT OFF." She tells him that he can do whatever he wants with his life except waste it, and that "Hailey's made her move. What's yours?" No, Kirsten! Every time someone gives this speech to Tate Donovan, he thinks you mean he should try a movie career. Tate Donovan? Leave the movies out of this already.