Kitty March is 30 years old.
Kitty Walker is 38 years old.
Paige: Mars is my favorite planet. It reminds me of you, grandpa.
William: Why is that?
Paige: It is the god of war. He was a warrior.
William: That's me all right.
Nora: I think you should take that job if you want it.
Kitty: I think I do.
Nora: We fight. We...fight! It's not the end of the world. Just come home.
William (to Kitty): We're here all together, and I must announce with some depredation, you're no longer grounded.
Justin: When she was fourteen, she was grounded indefinitely.
Jonathan: What for?
Kitty: Oh, it had something to do with cigarettes and surf wax.
Tommy: ...And shoplifting and a boy named Pablo.
Justin: Hey, can I ask you a question?
Tommy: The answer is no, you can't borrow my surfboard, no, I don't have any money to lend you and yes, girls still think you're cute. I'm kidding.
Kitty (to Nora): Tommy and dad think the same things I do, and you've managed to reconcile forty years of loving somebody who fundamentally disagrees with you. But you can't love me. And I don't know what it's about.
Sarah: How is it that everyone in this town knows you?
William: Well, I've been around long enough.
Kitty (after finding a ring in her drink): Jonathan!
Jonathan: Of course I didn't want you. Of course I didn't make it appealing. But I think maybe there's a better job. Stay in New York. Start a family with me.
Kitty: You know it's just that I've seen the show, and for me, politics is not about show business. It's... I'm very passionate about my views.
White Peyton: What makes you think we don't want that?
Kitty: Well, the fact is that radio... it works for me, I get to meld off, and then I go to the movies, and I'm not out there.
White: Yeah, in another words, you can hide in satellite radio. Peak out, just enough to not make a difference.
Noah: It's not gonna be us anymore because you abandoned me, remember? You quit.
Sarah: Apparently, just in time.
Kitty (to Nora): You don't want to talk, really? What kind of a relationship is that?
Nora: It's the only kind of a relationship we can have right now.
Sarah: You know, I thought when I quit my old job that I would gain in time what I lost in salary. But being a working mom is like being a currency that never has enough value.
Kitty: Oh my god, I'm gonna steal that line.
Sarah (about Fawn): Who is that?
Kitty: She's with Justin.
Sarah: Nice rack...
Kitty: I don't think I'm TV ready.
William: Oh, don't be so sure. Bet on yourself. Never forget, bet on yourself.
Nora (about Kitty): You look wonderful. Just wonderful.
Nora: You could use a little sun, maybe some raisins or something... How's the hotel?
Nora: Good, good.
Kitty (to William): Raisins?
Justin: You didn't bring Jonathan?
Kitty: No, I didn't want dad to challenge him to a boxing match or a horse race or something...
Justin: Oh god, I'd love to see that.
Kitty: Oh my god! Oh my god, you're actually here.
Justin: Yeah, it's a miracle. I can hardly believe it myself.
Kitty: Well, you are unreliable, and you are very skinny. Justin, really, what is that?
Kitty: Hi, mister.
Jonathan: Oh, you have the kitchen crisis face.
Kitty: Aw, is it that obvious?
Jonathan: That and the floating smoke.
Kitty: What am I going to do, Kevin? Help me...
Kevin: Okay, is there any chance you may have garlic, pasta, frozen peas and chicken broth?
Kitty: No peas, but oh, you know what, I do have a little sage leftover from the dead chickens.
Kevin: Okay, good. Then you can have a delicious meal ready in ten minutes that anyone in Milan would die for. And that was too gayish sentence even from me.
Sarah: Just call her [their mother], Kitty.
Kitty: Sarah, she knows I'm coming, she could've called me, and you know what, I don't have time for this.
Kitty: I am not the person you think I am. That's what you people can't seem to understand. I'm not a bitch. I am not aggressively plotting to make our mother feel bad.
Sarah: Then why are you staying in a hotel?
Kitty: Because the show is putting me up, and it's going to be like a gorgeous groom.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic - Patriarchát (Patriarchy)
Running by Eliane Elias (played as Calista's character was running on the beach)
Be Your Love by Rachel Yamagata (when Sarah is sitting in the car crying)
Under the Weather by KT Tunstall (the song at the end)
Ron Rifkin, Patricia Wettig and Balthazar Getty all had roles on Alias. Ken Olin, executive producer of Brothers & Sisters as well as director of this episode, was also a director and producer of Alias.
It's not the first time Josh Hopkins and Calista Flockhart are on a show together. They both appeared in the fifth season of Ally McBeal.
Tom Skerritt and Matthew Settle are credited as special guest stars.
Kitty: They're so Ron and Nancy.
Kitty is referring to former US President Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy whose romantic relationship was very known to the American public (i.e. leaving each other love notes).
Slang type term for liberal political viewpoints. The opposite of "righty" or conservative.